Do you have students who struggle with sensory regulation? Are you an occupational therapist looking for an easy strategy for classroom teachers to implement? Are you looking for a way to alert or calm students throughout the school day?
These Sensory Folders are a simple way for students to choose regulation strategies for calming or alerting. Each folder offers a variety of activity options.
Who is it for?
- Students struggling with sensory regulation
- Students working with autism, sensory processing disorder, or related needs
- Students with behavior concerns that may be sensory-related
- teacher-friendly: all activities include a color and black & white version, set-up tips, implementation steps, differentiation ideas for accommodating and extending, and reminders for staff.
- picture-supported: using PCS from Mayer Johnson (used with permission)
- varied: 36 different activity icons are included to allow for a variety of options for staff (based on availability) and students (based on preferences).
- tested: I have developed and used these activities over many years of teaching in a special education classroom
What's Included? (see preview for details):
- Folder labels in color and black & white
- Sentence strips for requesting activities in color and black & white
- Calming activity icons (18 options) in color and black & white
- Alerting activity icons (18 options) in color and black & white
- Set-Up Instructions
- Implementation Steps
- Differentiation Tips for Accommodating and Extending implementation to meet student needs
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