In the Arctic – Adapted Book is designed to help students learn to read commonly used words especially “I see”, reading comprehension, writing skills, and Arctic animals.
This interactive book requires some prep work, but then the materials can be used for multiple lessons. The activities are especially designed for students with special needs but would also be helpful for all students who are ..
IEP Goals: Given a repetitive sentence presented in a fill-in-the-blank format, STUDENT will choose the correct visual word card to complete each sentence with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Arctic Animals - Bingo is designed to help students learn arctic animals, matching, and how to play a game. Bingo is a great way to reinforce a concept. There are two different size game & calling cards for differentiation. Cards can be laminated and used with chips or they can simply be printed and students can use daubers or chips.
For beginning students or students with short attention s..
IEP Goals: Given a small group setting and an adult-led organized game, STUDENT will independently follow the rules of the game, in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.
This free small group Listen and Learn Bottle Cap activity requires large bottle caps from plastic water bottles. Most brands work well (Poland Springs, Zephyrhills, etc.). The small bottle caps are not suitable for this activity. Place a collection box at your school, or collect your own. Just cut around the dotted circle, laminate, and press into the bottle cap! By laminating for durability, yo..
IEP Goals: Given a small group setting and a one to two-step direction to follow, STUDENT will complete the direction with 80% accuracy in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Valentine's Day FREE: Enjoy this free Valentine's Day interactive "WH" reader with your Pre-K, Kindergarten, or Special Needs students! Real-life pictures in this Valentine's Day interactive reader will have your students giggling, as they flip the page to see just who has the candy!
With chocolate smudges and lots of love, this Valentine's Day interactive reader contains Pre-Primer D..
IEP Goals: Given repetitive text containing high frequency words to aid in early reading skills, STUDENT will repeat the text to read the story, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a short story containing repetitive text and picture responses, STUDENT will answer up to three "WHO" questions, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
This free download contains a wallet size card for the person with autism & their carer, and a larger card for your car.
After searching unsuccessfully online to find an Emergency Alert card to carry when out and about in the community with my teenage son, I made this product. I strongly believe such cards should be made available FREE to people with autism, their parents and carers.
IEP Goals: This is a resource for families. There are no IEP goals associated with this free product.
FREE Resource for Autism - PARENTS Daily Diary
Just like many of us, writing our feelings on paper can help relieve the stress and anxiety of the day. It also helps us to remember each of the amazing things, both big and not so big, that our kids with autism accomplish on a DAILY basis. Please use this diary by downloading it and printing as many writing pages as you would like. Staple the cove..
IEP Goals: This is a resource for parents. There are no IEP Goals associated with this product.
This Number Strip was designed with adaptive learning in mind. It features large easy to read numbers (0 through 20) for simple, frustration free counting. It is great for counting out manipulatives and counting forwards and backwards.
This Number strip can be laminated and used anywhere! Or tape it directly to the students work space for an accessible visual aid.
This number strip is featu..
IEP Goals: Given a number strip containing numbers 0- 20, STUDENT will independently use the strip as a counting strategy to count, add, or subtract as a means to solve a problem, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Safety is one of the most important skills to teach a student.
This packet helps students to memorize personal and emergency phone numbers.
This packet is packed with fun and interactive ways to teach students their personal phone number as well as important emergency phone numbers.
Included in this packet:
-Clear instructions to aid in teaching students about emergency and personal pho..
IEP Goals: Given strategies (writing/reciting)to learn how to dial/tap personal and emergency phone numbers, STUDENT will demonstrate mastery by independently writing/saying up to two phone numbers (ex. 911/personal number) with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
FREE Halloween "WH" Questions File Folder Game!
Happy autumn! Here are TWO free Halloween theme file folder games to add to your classroom collection! Using real-life pictures of dogs in costumes, the leash will lead to the matching child! Your kids will have fun answering the suggested "wh" questions, plus you can add more of your own!
* Print page 2 twice. This is the f..
IEP Goals: Given up to 6 pictures related to a theme or category, STUDENT will choose the correct matching picture out of a field of 6 (no distractors), with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Use these communication boards and picture choices to allow your student or child to share some information about there school day special classes and what kind of day they may have had at school.
Communication Cards for Autism by Inspired by Evan..
Alphabet Books – Letter Aa is designed to help students learn words that begin with each letter of the alphabet. The sentences are different in each book and give students reading practice for commonly used words and simple sentences.
There are two different versions of each book: black & white and color. The books can be used for letter practice by having students circle or trace the lette..
IEP Goals: Given pictures of objects that begin with an initial letter sound, STUDENT will repeat each beginning sound heard in the word, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.