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Color-Coded Visual Support System for your children with Autism, Emotional Behavioral Disturbance, Intellectual Disabilities, ADHD, Communication Disabilities, and more.
 Pictures are cute, engaging, and easy for children to understand. They are not the Meyers-Johnson board maker illustrations. This
Many of our students attend inclusion for a vast variety of services. Social skills, academic, specials... it's truly endless. But how do we, the special education teacher, make sure that our students who attending inclusion [without us] are getting their full service time and receiving their accomm
Looking for a way to promote inclusion and diversity in your classroom?Display these posters to help ALL students feel represented and supported! This set includes 8 non-editable posters with the following phrases:be kindbe yousmall hands change the worldlove wins togetherall are welcomebetter toget
Special Education CoTeaching (inclusion) is a very rewarding opportunity for a special education teacher and a general education teacher to teach along side each other in a heterogeneous setting. This Ultimate Co-Teaching Start-Up kit is perfect for those that are new to co-teaching or are co-teach
Easily Write Individual Education Programs for Special Education Students in Inclusion AND Severe/Moderate Students in a Self-Contained SettingWhen I first started writing IEPs (Individualized Education Program), I spent hours trying to perfect the language within them. I found myself constantly ope
The Invisible Bly Game Show is an interactive, quiz-show style classroom guidance lesson focused including others and empathy. Based on Trudy Ludwig's book, "The Invisible Boy".Now includes both Google Slides™ and Power Point Presentation files, which allows you to use for SEL distance learning, tel
Diversity/ Inclusion Hexagons Classroom DisplayThis is a simple yet effective way to promote a safe and inclusive classroom. I plan to use this with my grade six class next year, but I think it could be used in ANY grade and in ANY classroom :)This product includes 7 Hexagons that say:- In our class
Looking to support your student's understanding of inclusion and hospitality in your K-2 classroom? This book kit includes reading/writing printables, a STEM activity, anchor chart support and craft that will lend to a discussion on inclusion and providing a welcoming atmosphere to ALL! Not to men
Resource, Inclusion and Speech teachers who organize IEPs and teach students in General Ed settings (resource, full-inclusion, pull-out, etc.) will use this EDITABLE PowerPoint resource (or upload to Google Slides) to ensure confidentiality, manage paperwork/schedules, take quick data collection, ch
These printable/ digital social justice discussion sharing cards provide discussion topics to spark conversation about diversity and inclusion. This resource contains 48 Diversity and Inclusion sharing card prompts for Grades K-2 and 48 Diversity and Inclusion sharing card prompts for Grades 3-6. Th
Special Education Co-Teaching (inclusion) can be confusing for parents that have never experienced it. This trifold brochure is perfect for educating parents about what co-teaching is and how it will benefit their child. Included on this brochure is: Definition of co-teaching Benefits of co-teac
As many of you know, my son has Autism and our life has its ups and downs for sure. But this year has especially been a challenge, as Garyn is a 5th grader. He has been facing bullying and name calling from his classmates. So this resource is one way for me to deal with the heartache both he and
Digital downloads included: *35 task cards, 8 activity ideas, and instructions, and CCSS and ASCA Standards met.*PPT lesson for overhead display or upload to Google Slides TM and Google Classroom TM for digital or distance learning.* PDF for print display*PDF of activities (for discussion deck creat
Looking to establish a positive classroom or school community where everyone feels welcomed and included? These activities will help your K-2 students understand the importance of including others and identify practical ways to help others feel welcomed and appreciated. This resource is based on the
This kit is designed for general education teachers or service providers or for special educators who work on supporting students in the general education environment. It also would be good for students with autism who are homeschooled. This bundle includes 7 paid products from my store, a white i
Easily Write Individual Education Programs for Students in an Inclusion SettingWhen I first started writing IEPs (Individualized Education Program), I spent hours trying to perfect the language within them. I found myself constantly opening old IEPs to see how I worded a particular page or how many
Managing all of the paperwork and forms in the special education classroom is a daily struggle. Tried, tested, and true in my classroom, I've created and use all of the tools below to help write IEPs for students to succeed. This set includes a range of tools for educators to use to insure meaningf
Supporting Indigenous Resources for Inclusion Learning for Elementary and Middle School Students For Distance Learning - Teachers can assign the Reading Response Booklet to students using Google Slides or PowerPoint (for Microsoft Teams.) The booklet is editable, and students type their responses i
Picture set of 6 (similar to that featured in the CELF) with 55 directionsTerms include:Inclusion/exclusion terms (All, except, all but, and)Location terms (Between, separated, left)Sequencing terms (First, second, last, next, third, fourth)Temporal terms (After, before, same time, then)If you enjoy
Make documenting Special Education inclusion services a breeze with this organized, easy-to-use, PRINT and GO resource! NOW EDITABLE!Included:→8 different binder covers →1 inch, 1 1/2 inch, and 2 inch binder spines →2-page inclusion documentation forms in 7 different formats→EDITABLE forms for the
This bundle includes three mini-units designed to help students use empathy and compassion to promote inclusion both face-to-face and online. If you'd like to improve school connectedness and a sense of belonging in your classroom, or if you have students who are socially isolated or in need of supp
Co-teaching and paraprofessionals go hand-in-hand in a special education inclusion classroom. Save a few dollars by purchasing these must-have resources together instead of separately! To see more about these resources, please visit the individual resources. This Bundle is a part of the #SPEDSumme
I am so excited to have this new set of QR codes for my listening library! Included you will find QR codes linked to 43 read alouds that encourage our students and classroom to accept differences amongst each other and promote multicultural literature! All the OR codes are linked to a SafeShare.tv r
This file has been updated! This data collection tool is intended to be used in a co-teaching /inclusive setting. This could be used when one teacher is leading the class and the other teacher is observing. Use this checklist on a clipboard to tally data about positive (made a connection, answere

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