Asking for a break Social Story cards
-You can cut, laminate and hole punch upper left corner.
-Put it in a 2" or 3" ring and carry it around when your students get frustrated.
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Its a new school year with different needs. I have uploaded another version of parent log.
This includes newest section: How students transition from one activity to another and log on bathroom use.
Not Grade Specific
Printables, For Parents, By TpT Sellers for TpT Sellers
At the end of the day, you and your student can fill out this log so that they can take it home and show parents what they did during the school day. Parents seem to appreciate this more when its hand written by their child :)
Would so appreciate
Schedule created using an Excel format. It is color coded and easy to modify! In our classroom, we always incorporate the use of independent work, computer, working 1-1 with teacher and a group activity. Hope this helps to lessen frustration when
This year, I am working with several students who are nonverbal and does not yet have a communication device. In order to accommodate and meet the needs of my students, I have created this communication board. There are total of 3 pages (Needs,
Do you ever wish you had an organized way of doing your morning calendar routine?
Attached is a booklet that you can make as a way to hold your morning meetings and for students to be an active participant. If including your own
With the expectation of having an I Can statement around the room, here is one used for independent workstation. Students frequently need reminding of what they need to do at their independent workstation area. This visual can be used rather than
Students in a self-contained classroom have limited interactions with their general education peers. This product allows the student in the self-contained classroom to choose the activity they want to participate in with their general education
Not Grade Specific
Activities, Activboard Activities, By TpT Sellers for TpT Sellers
Do you have fast readers in your classroom?
This chart can be used for students to track how many times they can/must read their book (can be used during independent workstation or small group instruction while you are working with another
Do you need to keep track of whether your students are maintaining or regressing over a short break? This data collection sheet will help you to collect the data you need to help you fill out your ESY paperwork at the end of the year!