Special events like class parties can sometimes be challenging for students with autism or special needs. However by using a structured routine, visuals, and a schedule, students will know what to expect - even during a class party!
This resource has everything you need to setup a successful St. Patrick's Day party in your classroom.
Learn how to setup structured stations and have students rotate around activities. This resource is print and go! No laminating needed :)
What is included?
- directions including shopping and material list
- overall list of centers
- schedule and group list to organize rotations
- visual student mini schedules
- visual directions for each station
- materials for each activity
- 4 station and 5 station options
This resource includes setup for a 4 station party or a 5 station party depending on how many groups you want to group your class into. The station activities range from crafts, games, cooking, and sensory activities. All cooking activities are no bake (no appliance needed of any kind) and all activities can be easily adapted for all levels. The game station includes two options so you can have an appropriate level of difficulty for your students!
Check out the entire resource:
St. Patrick's Day Party Setup Kite Product Preview
Grab the bundle to have your class parties planned for the year:
Class Party Setup Kit BUNDLE
for more resources, tips, and materials to help you help children with autism please visit The Autism Helper