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Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education

Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education
Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education
Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education
Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education
Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education
Quick Transitioning Tips for Teachers and Parents in Special Education
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Contains 2 sets of "Quick Transitioning Tips for Any Age and Ability"
1 set for teachers and 1 set for parents.
Each set is 2 pages.
Applies to any age from elementary to secondary level.

Extremely useful at the start of the school year! All children have some anxiety when starting in a new school building, program, or classroom. Children in special education may have just a bit more anxiety than children in general education. These tips will help all members of an anxious child's school team including teachers, therapists, and parents. These tips are particularly useful for children with Autism.

*I've used these tips as handouts at the Special Education Parent Teacher Association meetings at the start of the school year.


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