Reflections can be very difficult for students with special needs. Throughout the year at holidays (like Thanksgiving and New Years) and various milestones, we are asked to reflect on things that are important to us and things we are thankful for.
Help your students better understand these abstract concepts and participate in reflections and discussions in a meaningful way. This functional craftivity can provide structure and clarity for your student as well as foster important choice making and social skills.
-Instructional Guidelines for Teachers
-Picture-text Directions for Students
-Instructional Materials (Information about what being thankful means & examples)
-Writing Materials (Planning tool & Craftivity template)
UPDATED 11/29/16 - Now includes 4 visual choice pages (Person/people, Items, Activities & Places)