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.
How the Barn Owl Lost Her Hoot is an original story designed to introduce some Cognitive Behavior Thinking / Therapy topics including:
• Diversity and being comfortable with differences
• Taking initiative to solve problems instead of complaining
• Perseverance in reaching goals
• Problem solving and looking outside of the box for solutions
• Conquering boredom
• Focusing energy on importa..
IEP Goals: Given a story containing only text, STUDENT will ________ (read or be read aloud to) the story and draw pictures representing up three important details in order to demonstrate comprehension, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (Delete)
"In the Small, Small Pond" for Autism
This resource includes:
*Rhyming words and rhyming words matching board
*17 2x2 Labeled Vocabulary Picture Cards
*17 2x2 Vocabulary Picture Only Cards
*20 2x2 Word Cards from the Story
*Match the pond animal to an action word and matching board
*Show me phrase strips and Ispy Pond Page
*Simple Sentences Reading Strips.
IEP Goals: Given an activity related to a story, STUDENT will read and match pictures and words to complete the activity with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP end date).
Five Senses for Visual Learners (Autism/Special Education):
This newly released activity includes a variety of worksheets, task cards, and strategies to help visual learners understand the five senses (smell, sight, hearing, taste, touch). I had read books to my students and followed each lesson plan, but my students needed more to help them understand the "five senses" concept. I use..
IEP Goals: Given visuals and a variety of strategies (flashcards, worksheets, "hands-on" activities) of the 5 senses, STUDENT will identify and name each of the 5 senses with correct examples or responses,
with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Arctic Animals Fraction Circles for Autism:
Included in this resource-
*These Arctic Animal Fraction Circles demonstrate and teach 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4. Blank and labeled circles are provided for extra visual support. A page of whole Arctic Animals provide the more advanced student a challenge to cut the fractions out without black line prompting. These can be cut out, laminated, and velcro applied..
IEP Goals: Given sorting boards and math manipulatives for fractions representing 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4, STUDENT will place each fraction on the sorting boards and state what the fraction is (1/2, 1/3, 1/4), with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Have your student use the map as a color prompt to match name label to picture or picture of continent to label. Also provided is a page of flashcards of the continents for repetitive visual practice. There is a page of black word labels for the more advanced student.
Continents Color Match for Autism by Inspired by Evan..
IEP Goals: Given a color coded guide and matching cards related to a topic (continents), STUDENT will match, name, and label each card, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Have students use the variety of map boards to sort/match continents. Students will create a completed map of continents after completion of task. Prompts of color matching, identical matching, shadow matching, and blank map template boards are included. Flahcards with labeled picture of each continent are also provided to supplement for total learning and memorization of all 7 continents.
IEP Goals: Given a variety of sorting strategies related to a topic (color matching, identical matching, shadow matching, and blank map template boards) and sorting cards (continents), STUDENT will independently complete each matching/sorting task within an allotted amount of time,with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
20 2x2 picture squares of a variety of baby animals.
20 2x2 picture squares of a variety of adult animals.
Sorting Board for both categories.
Complete the sentence interactive templates to use with 2x2 pictures.
Print two copies for a memory game or identical matching task. Print one copy of each to have the student match the baby to the correct adult animal.
Place a 2x2 baby picture of your..
IEP Goals: Given a sentence template and picture cards related to a topic (baby/big animals), STUDENT will complete the sentence by placing the correct picture in place with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a sorting board and picture cards, with two related categories (baby animals/big animals), student will sort the pictures with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
TURKEYS: This set of 20 PRINT AND GO Turkeys Talking Picture Cards are filled with real-life pictures and facts. These turkey picture fact cards can be used as writing prompts to encourage language skills, or to learn about science and nature. A couple of facts related to Thanksgiving are mentioned, but this activity focuses on fun turkey facts. Place them on a key ring or index card box for easy ..
IEP Goals: Given informational text and pictures related to a topic, STUDENT will answer (#number of) comprehension questions in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
A full page representation of the four layers of the Earth's atmosphere. I have created multiple ways for students at a variety of academic levels can interact with this task. The easy tasks would include matching the colored labels to the page with the layers that have empty color coded boxes. You could also present the student with the color bar template and then cut out color labeled layers and..
IEP Goals: Given a topic (ex. atmosphere) and matching board containing facts and a picture, STUDENT will match the correct picture with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Introduce your students to the things that change the land fast: Volcano, Earthquake, and Floods with the full page representation. Also provided is a page of labeled pictures displaying (4) of each:Volcano,Earthquake, and Flood. Use the page as flashcard, label to picture matching, or with the included sorting board.
Then introduce students to a simple rock weathering sequence board. It shows th..
These large modified food chain sequence boards allow your student to create there own food chain. Have the student cut out each animal circle and place in the correct order on the board. Blank circles and sequence boards are provided for the student who wishes to draw pictures or find pictures out of a magazine. A three animal board and a five animal board are provided for students who may need d..
Have the student cut and paste planets onto the black outline backdrop solar system. As an added challenge, have the student label each planet with the correct name. Flashcards of each planet are provided for students who may need a visual clue.
Planets Match/Cut & Paste for Autism by Inspired by Evan..
A full page color "Look" and learn page of the Earth's Layers. After the student looks then they can cut and paste each layer on a template page. The student has an option to color in the Earth template, glue, and match labels. There are direction prompts on top of each page. There is a full page globe cut and paste also included. Also provided are 3 sets of 2x2 flashcards squares that r..
IEP Goals: Given a cut and glue worksheet related to a topic to complete independently after a lesson has been presented, STUDENT will complete the worksheet with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Included are 20 2x2 picture choice squares with representations of resources. Also provided is a large sorting board where resource pictures can be placed in three categories: Renewable, nonrenewable, and Inexhaustable. A second large sorting board with dashed placement squares is include for students who may need a more exact visual prompt on where to place picture choices. Lastly, picture/defini..