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Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)

Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
Making New Year's Resolutions with Visual Supports (Autism; Special Ed)
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This freebie is designed to help preschoolers and kindergarten students, students with autism or special education needs, or students with limited language to create New Year’s Resolutions.

*UPDATED FOR 2017*
It includes a word bank and choices to facilitate choosing resolutions. You can make a book from the title slide and pages 3-7. You can read the book with the class to talk about what resolutions are and discuss examples. Then students can complete page 8, What Is Your New Year’s Resolution? On this page, the students circle one word that they want to base their resolution on. If you want them to write more than one, they could circle more than 1 word.

Based on what word is circled, give the student the sheet from 9-14 that corresponds to that word. These pages can be used in a variety of ways. Each page has resolutions that correspond to the word in the sentence. Two of the choices can be edited in Adobe Acrobat. The students can cut out the resolution they choose and paste it in the sentence above.. You could also cut these off and give them other choices. Students who can write, could use the choices at the bottom as a word bank or you could cut these off and have them write without the cues.

Hopefully these templates provide a jumping off point for classes to discuss making new year’s resolutions.

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This product is copyrighted to Christine Reeve 2017 for use in one classroom. They may not be copied for additional classes without purchasing extra licenses. For bulk discounts, please email me at drchrisreeve@gmail.com.

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