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This free interactive book is for children who are working on going potty, specifically pooping on the potty, who need visuals and a song to help them sequence the activity. Works well for students who may have a sensory aversion to toileting. Great for regular and special education teachers, SLP's,
This is a potty training social story for a boy. It focuses on independence with poop/ bowel movements. This story can be used with children both typically developing and with disabilities. It reinforces pro-social behavior related to pottying: keep hands out of diaper/pants, no touching poop, no fe
This is a step by step visual story to support children going poop in the potty. It can be used as a daily story to read or given to the child while he/she is sitting on the potty to guide them through. It has a checklist to the right so he/she can make checks with a dry erase marker (must laminate
Make potty training and restroom use a breeze with picture guides! This packet includes printable posters for the steps required to use the toilet, steps required for washing hands, social narratives for students with bathroom concerns, a sign to remind students to pull up their pants in the bathro
Use this simple sticker chart to help your child or student potty train. They earn one sticker for just sitting on the toilet and trying to go, one sticker for going pee, and one sticker if they poop.
This story depicts a boy learning to go potty like a big kid using a toilet."It's Potty Time!" tackles some of the most important aspects of potty training:understanding what it feels like to wear a wet or soiled diaper;understanding the body's signals that one needs to use the restroom;asking to go
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This story depicts a girl learning to go potty like a big kid using a toilet."It's Potty Time!" tackles some of the most important aspects of potty training:understanding what it feels like to wear a wet or soiled diaper;understanding the body's signals that one needs to use the restroom;asking to g
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Potty Training!! This potty training token board is perfect for children that need to be "potty" desensitized. Use this potty training token board to help with compliance and behavior management. This potty training token board can be used for reinforcement pee-pee and poop. :) This potty training t
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If you work on toilet training with young children (neurotypical or with autism or developmental disabilities), you NEED THIS!! As I searched for toileting visual supports for my classroom and to give to parents, I quickly discovered that good resources were lacking. I'm SO excited to finally rele
This was created for toddlers that are having a tough time transitioning from pooping in their diaper to on the potty.
In this resource you will find 2 different options for visual supports for the steps to washing hands. One is a horizontal visual strip and the other are individual cue cards. Help children learn the steps with a visual cue vs becoming dependent on a verbal cue. This helps SO much in the classroo
This product was created a visual support to be placed in the restroom to help those with or without Autism to understand the steps to pooping on the potty. As a teacher working with students with autism, you could work collaboratively with parents and train them on how to use the same tool at home.
I had been searching for a simple potty training story that had clear and basic steps for years! I couldn't find exactly what I needed, so I decided to have custom clipart made and create my own. These 2 simple stories show the steps to using the potty. It is not as easy as just sitting on the toile
I had been searching for a simple potty training story that had clear and basic steps for years! I couldn't find exactly what I needed, so I decided to have custom clipart made and create my own. These 2 simple stories show the steps to using the potty. It is not as easy as just sitting on the to
This is a social story for girls about going poop in the potty. It goes through the sequence of steps necessary for having BM's in the toilet. Each page contains enlarged, clear graphics of the following steps: feel the need to go and hurry to the potty, remain seated on the potty, make poop go into
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Do you need a fun and engaging activity that allows you to get a tonne of trials with your little ones with Apraxia of Speech? This repetitive story is fun and engaging for even your littlest preschool learners. This story is repetitive, interactive, and features plenty of early word shapes! On each
Use this chart to add some motivation for your little one as they start using the potty. Track with stickers and earn a prize! Whether your child is just starting to use the potty or has been for a while, going potty will now be a lot more fun! *It is recommended you laminate or put the chart in a p
This simple story shows the steps for pooping in the potty. It is not as easy as just sitting on the toilet and pooping! Children with autism and other special needs may have difficult understanding and/or coordinating the various steps. The steps included are: pants down, underwear down, sit on toi
This simple story shows the steps for pooping in the potty. It is not as easy as just sitting on the toilet and pooping! Children with autism and other special needs may have difficult understanding and/or coordinating the various steps. The steps included are: pants down, underwear down, sit on toi
Kids will love the active games/activities/snacks that go with books #1-10 from the award-winning Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne. Use it to kick off your school year, or celebrate reading each month with a different game. Use several as a reward party for students meeting their goals o
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Looking for a creative and memorable way to teach persuasive writing? This resource includes a modelled persuasive writing text structure based on the example 'Holidays are better than being at school.'For my classroom I found a hamburger bun template and edited it (featured on front cover).Bun: Int
Use this set of cute gift tags to easily create memorable and special rewards or testing treats for your students. Simply add names, print, and attach to trinkets such as pencils, candy, glow sticks, bubbles, etc. Perfect for milestone achievements, testing, behavior incentives, special days, celebr

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