This FREE activity will be a great addition to your Writing or Reading Center, or an independent work task. Short sentences with familiar words will prevent frustration and make this task lots of fun! For best results, set your printer to "landscape" setting before printing this download...
IEP Goals: Given question and statement sorting boards with short sentence or question cards, STUDENT will place the card in the correct category in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
This holly jolly Pre-Primer Sight Word activity contains 2 festive file folder tasks for your students to enjoy. Match the sight word that Santa Claus is holding to the beautifully wrapped "gift word"! This set has a complete set of 9 downloadable pages.
IEP Goals: Given Dolch Pre-Primer/Primer sight word cards and a matching board, STUDENT will read and match sight words, in 4 out of 5 consecuitve opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
A moo, moo here! This fun downloadable "On The Farm Counting" activity will provide farm animal counting to practice one-to-one correspondence skills up to 10. Perfect for the developmentally early learner, this work task can be used at Math Center or for independent work time. For best printing results, please use the "LANDSCAPE" setting to print...
IEP Goals: Given counting manipulatives (objects) and number cards, up to 20, STUDENT will touch and count each object and stop when the number shown has been reached in order to demonstrate one-to-one correspondence, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Which witch was that? This colorful Halloween theme File folder activity is wonderful practice at your holiday Reading Center! Also useful as an independent work task, this activity will keep your students focused. FOR BEST PRINTING RESULTS, please use "Landscape" setting. Laminate file folder and word cards when assembled.
IEP Goals: Given reading strategies to aid in learning homphones, STUDENT will read and identify the difference between the two words, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
This 5 page, easy-to-assemble Common Core Martin Luther King, Jr., activity is perfect for Kindergarten students, those with developmental delays or Autism. Easy to understand, this holiday activity provides meaning based upon an everyday experience for young children -going to the park! Your students can work in small groups or during Center Time and complete this activity together, or they can..
A free checklist reminder for your students to become better writers. Learn to check class work before turning it in and reduce errors in a whimsical way! You may laminate for frequent use and have students mark their answers with a Vis-a-Vis marker or you can photcopy this activity...
IEP Goals: Given a checklist with reminders for writing rules, STUDENT will refer to this checklist before turning in an assignment, when assigned a writing task, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Easy to touch and count with pictures from 1 - 9 that resemble each number. This is the perfect way to practice one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, and early addition. Ready to use in your classroom TODAY -just print and cut!
This activity is perfect for Pre-K, Kindergarten, students with Autism and Special Needs.
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IEP Goals: Given a picture to count how many objects up to 10, STUDENT will count and match touchpoints in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
This FREE merry checklist will keep your students on task during independent work time! Set in a jolly format, your students will be reminded to write their name and date, make sure all questions on the test/assignment have been answered, recheck and erase, and turn paper in. Enjoy!
This FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. writing activity is perfect for Kindergarten through Second Grade. Your students can create their very own birthday wish using visual prompts if needed. Add this to your list of January activities!..
This FREE Earth Day Recycle Matching File Folder activity will help your students identify and sort the objects that need to be recycled and place them in the correct bin. It is EASY-to-assemble and use in your classroom TODAY! This is a wonderful Earth Day activity for students in Kindergarten and First grade, those with Autism or Special Needs, as well as ELL and ESL students. Let's help keep ou..
IEP Goals: Given similar pictures related to one topic or subject, STUDENT will match the correct picture, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Adding with touch points, dots or any type of visual, increases a young child's ability to learn the concept of addition or adding on. This whimsical "Fishy Counting" file folder activity contains 10 pages of addition practice. For best quality, print using "Landscape Setting" on white card stock paper. This FREE file folder set includes:
* Counting with dots visual guide
* 16 visually enhance..
IEP Goals: Given touch points on numbers to use as a counting strategy, STUDENT will independently count and add to solve each addition problem, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
IEP Goals: Given a picture/word combination visual and the opposite picture/word combination card, STUDENT will match the opposite card to the correct picture in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
A simple piece of paper that could make a huge difference. Use this board to help with transitions. Laminate, apply velcro dots, then place pictures or words on each side to show the student what they need to do first before getting their next activity or before getting their preferred item. Studies show that visual reminders are often more helpful for children with autism and related special need..
IEP Goals: Given a first/then transition board with preferred and non-preferred activities (work tasks, transition, etc.), STUDENT will demonstrate compliance by following the directives for the first activity without displaying behaviors, within a period of 9 weeks, by MONTH, YEAR.
The Behavior Badge Card, created by Jenna Leopard, is a visual support for students with behavioral needs, such as those with Autism. The behavior badge card is worn by the instructor for an individual who needs a silent visual reminder of where his behavior is in relation to where it needs to be. Laminated, the behavior badge card is worn on the instructors id with a paper clip. The paper clip ac..
IEP Goals: Given visuals and strategies to help manage anger, STUDENT will use a more socially acceptable means of conveying anger, by quietly telling the teacher or other authority figure what is causing the anger, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.