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Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education

Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
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This contains both daily calendar activities AND visuals to practice personal information for students with special needs. This resource can be adapted for writers and non-writers for easy differentiation in your diverse classroom!

Included in this resource:
- review of classroom rules/behavior expectations
-feelings check-in (color-coded visuals)
-today is, yesterday was, tomorrow will be...
- the month/year/ weather is...
- i am a boy/girl
- my eye color/ hair color is...
- my height (in feet) is...
- my birthday month is...
- today I am wearing (options for top, bottom and shoe type)...

All instructions for use/ assembly included in download!

Brought to you by autism elementary!



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autism, special education, early childhood, early intervention, differentiated instruction, reproducibles, morning work, emerging readers, life skills, personal information, calendar
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Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education
Adapted Calendar and Daily Morning Work for Special Education