Special Education Classroom Starter Pack

Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
Special Education Classroom Starter Pack
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Whether you're new to the world of teaching self contained special education or you're a seasoned pro looking for fresh resources for your classroom, you found the right product! This starter pack gives the essential behavior management, communication, and organizational visuals to set up your classroom and your complex students for success!

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Pgs 3-8: Wall sized classroom rules with visuals
Pgs 9-10: Mini-sized classroom rules with visuals for desks, work stations, key rings, etc.
Pg 11: Stop sign visuals to add to classroom door, teacher laptop, areas of classroom that are “closed” (ex: add to a sheet that covers play area when toys are off limits)
Pg 12: Wait cards – used as visual supplement when students need to wait.
Pg 13: Break cards – used to teach students to give to adult as a replacement to negative escape behaviors
Pgs 14-16: “I’m Working For” visuals to motivate students to work for a preferred item.
Pgs 17-18: “First, Then” board – assists student in knowing what activity is coming next to help with anxiety and motivation to complete tasks.
Pgs 19-20: Visual key ring – assemble on a lanyard or key ring in size order to quickly find the visual you need in an instant.
Pg 21: Yes/No answer board
Pgs 23-28: Visual labels – add to all supplies in the room to increase student independence in retrieving and cleaning up commonly used classroom items.
Pgs 29-44: Activity labels – add to specific areas of the classroom to increase organization, give visuals for students to increase transition independence, and print words increases the skill of reading for information.
Pgs 45-46: “Where are We?” – sign to add to classroom door when students leave the classroom as a signal to others. Also assists in the skill of reading for information and helps with sight word acquisition!
Pgs 47-48: “I need” signs – to be hung on door to assist in/facilitate student communication
Pg 49: Recess Boards – visuals to show if class will or will not be going outside for recess

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