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Postersbadges to wear saying - My school lights it up blue for autism awareness - two different styles A page on how to light it up blue writing promptsReminders for the students to take home reminding them to wear blue on April 2nd - there's three different styles bookmarksA bulletin board project
Did you know that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with ASD (autism spectrum disorder)? You probably personally know one or more individuals with autism, especially being an educator! April is Autism Awareness Month so make sure your class knows all about ASD. This document is packed with age appropri
Did you know that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with ASD (autism spectrum disorder)? You probably personally know one or more individuals with autism, especially being an educator! April is Autism Awareness Month so make sure your class knows all about ASD. This document is packed with age appropri
Bring Autism Awareness Month (April) and World Autism Awareness Day (April 2) to your classroom learning with these five Autism Awareness Hundred Chart Mystery Pictures. Your students will practice number identification and counting skills while building awareness of Autism and the colors and symbol
World Autism Awareness Day is on April 2nd each year. This day is dedicated to raising awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Each year people wear blue and put “Lit it up Blue” on social media platforms to show their support and to spread kindness.This product contains:- Information about Autism-
How Many? What Color? What is it? These are common questions every child is asked. Teach your students be able to answer these simple questions with this fun- interactive emergent language book. This adapted book works on counting, colors, and sentence structure. The repetitive nature of the bo
Phonics with pictures that interest children with autism, enabling the child to get excited over their learning. These are also helpful for kids learning ESL.The sample is a chart for the child's school desk that has been made up with a light blue background to help eliminate visual stress.You can p
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Help your students learn to self regulate their emotions with these movement and sensory break visuals, created using Smarty Symbols this listing is perfect for students with autism. Sensory and movement breaks can be used for both alerting and calming students in your classroom. Suitable for spe
❤ AAC ULTIMATE Social, Behavior, Communication and Visual Supports Mega Bundle! ❤ Ready for back to school? This set will have you off to the right start!!! It includes everything you need to support your special education classroom!! ❤ Check out what is included – ❤ PICTURE COMMUNICATION STATER
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Why is the Sky Blue? An application of light waves - A Grade 8 and Up Science Reading Article. This resource is suitable for high school students as well as strong middle-school students. Tackle literacy and science by having your students read and answer questions from a scientific article. Questio
This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day's row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on t
Light It Up Blue! April is National Autism Awareness Month. These posters and activities are a perfect way to promote Autism Awareness and begin the dialogue with young children. Contents: 1. Cover Page 2. Autism Awareness Header 3. Until All the Pieces Fit Poster 4. Heart Poster 5. Girl Puzzle P
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PreK - 3rd
You have just purchased the “Let’s TALK About It Visual & Verbal Prompts!” for talking about/describing pictures of action pictures, animals, and things. I have also included 36 pictures to use with these prompts. This is a great tool for those students who have difficulty describing things.
The word to picture matching activities are a fantastic resource for any classroom, although especially with non-verbal students. It can help to encourage and promote reading and recognition of vocabulary related to the theme of sight words. This resource is a great strategy to encourage students to
This activity is a fun, interactive and engaging way for your students to work on their color recognition / color recognition and fine motor skills skills during the run up to St Patrick's Day. Students need to match the same color pom poms to the leprechaun on the task card.Your students will love
7 great Traditional Jewish Songs presented for easy playing on the piano, boom whackers, desk bells and more. Set middle c as red, d as orange, e yellow, f green, g light blue, a dark blue, and b as purple and go for it!Song list is: Dreidle DreidleShabbot ShalomDeyenuZum Gali GaliBurn little Candl
Visual Class Schedule Signs with Individual Check-in Pieces are an essential tool for a special education classroom. These schedule signs and color-coded check-in pieces are visuals that were developed specifically for helping students with special needs or on the autism spectrum. They are designe
#1 Color Theory Unit Using Tempera Paint:This is my high school color theory tempera painting unit. I have been teaching this packet for twenty years to my introductory art students. We paint directly on the handouts during this unit. Included in the packet are color wheel, light bulb (shades, tints
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This resource contains a PowerPoint presentation on the month of April.The presentation focuses on:How April got its name, things associated with March – flowers sweet pea and daisy, Zodiac signs, birthstone – diamond, April quotes by William Shakespeare, Robert Browning, Christopher Columbus, Mark
Teaching multiple meaning words is an effective strategy to improve vocabulary and language comprehension in students with language impairments. Understanding multiple meaning words is a higher order language task that may need to be directly to taught to students with receptive and expressive lang
Down Syndrome Awareness day is March 21, 2021. #LotsOfSocks campaign promotes conversation about Down Syndrome.This package contains:- Sock Template to design socks- Information- Question SheetsKeywords: Down Syndrome, Awareness, #LotsofSocksWorld Autism Awareness Day is on April 2nd each year. This
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2nd - 6th
Here are the 10 songs: 1. Five Green and Speckled Frogs 2 pages with 6 lines.2. Alice the Camel 2 pages with 4 lines.3.Baby Shark 2 pages with 4.5 lines4. I'm a little Tea Pot 2 pages 6 lines.5. I'm a Nut 2 pages 5 lines6. I 'm being Swallowed by a Boa Constrictor 2 pages 6 lines.7. Oats and Beans a
This adapted transport binder contains a variety of different activities for students to work on a variety of skills such as counting, colour / color recognition, shapes, vocabulary, sequencing, directional skills and so much more.★ 32 activities included. ★ Comes with both spelling options - color/
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