This packet includes over 100 classroom labels to support expressive and receptive language in students with autism. Simply print, laminate, cut out, and use!
I don't like that.
I don't want to.
Special Education, Library Skills, Oral Communication
These worksheets were originally created for students in an upper autism class to teach basic characteristics of visible light and how it behaves. Key concepts included opaque, transparent, and translucent. The first worksheet is an observation
Teach your students how to label the axes on a bar graph with this fun and interactive activity! Enlarge a blank copy of the graph to use while talking about what type of information you might find on a graph. As the students list their ideas (i.e.
This packet contains 16 guided reading prompt cards for various grade levels. Green cards (K), yellow cards (K-1), blue cards (2), pink cards (3 + and higher level thinking). Also included are 10 reading strategy cards for primary
Students learn to spell CVC words first by matching individual letters to a model and then by writing the letters independently. Students also strengthen receptive and expressive language, as each word is paired with a picture. Students then
This packet includes over 60 labels to support expressive and receptive language in students with disabilities. These labels can be used to organize a general education classroom, as well. Simply print, laminate, cut out, and use.