This is a great activity for those students who have limited language and echolalia, early age and children with autism. They kids are given the choices to answer the "what" question that will help to make a short conversation about their weekend.
There are 6 pages to be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one icluding picture names in border bo..
IEP Goals: Given a sentence starter related to an event, community outing, or activity in which STUDENT interacted, he/she will complete the sentence using a picture/word or picture card and stating what has occurred, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
FREE RESOURCE Social Story Code Red – A Calm Explanation For Special Needs Students
I teach and live in Parkland, Florida, and want to share a booklet that I made for my students. I have not focused on the tragedy, but on a calming explanation of what “Code Red” means in our school district.
Staff members were told that we would be having an active shooter drill in February. Last week, I had..
IEP Goals: Given a social story related to a real drill or emergency, along with visual prompts as needed, STUDENT will follow directions without protesting, in order to demonstrate understanding of the importance of the situation,based upon teacher observation, by MONTH, YEAR.
40 morning routine visuals
put shoes on
put coat on
color coded emotion board
choice boards for each emotions (except Happy)
count to 10
ask for help
take a walk
laminate each board
add 4 velcros onto each emotions board
cut and laminate choices and add velcro
bind them together to make a booklet
I also add..
Going to the Doctor: Office & Urgent Care Visits. If your child is fearful of the doctor, the examination, or the procedures, these visuals will help decrease anxieties by letting your child know what to expect. VIDEO PREVIEW
Perfect for children:
Who are on the autism spectrum
Who are anxious
Who have difficulty following verbal directions
Who don’t know what to expect
Who have proble..
IEP Goals: Given visuals (picture word cards) to prepare STUDENT for an event or activity which may cause anxiety, STUDENT will review the process with an adult prior to the event in order to decrease anxiety, as based upon parent/teacher observation, in 4 out of 5 presentations, by MONTH, YEAR.
Use this visual tool to help your child/student communicate what they would like to get for Christmas!
Enjoy and Happy Holidays from Inspired by Evan Resources!..
IEP Goals: Given a choice board to reinforce a routine, behavior, or sequence of events, STUDENT will complete the board in order to receive a preferred item or activity, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
*THIS FREE ACTIVITY HAS BEEN PROVIDED COURTESY OF Inspired by Evan Autism Resources.
AUTUMN Write and Wipe FINE MOTOR Vocabulary for Special Education
FREE Autumn Write and Wipe writing board for fine motor skills and fall vocabulary!
HOW CAN I USE THIS IN MY CLASSROOM?
• Just print (preferably on white card stock paper for longer durability), laminate, and it’s ready to use in your classroom TODAY! No trimming necessary!
• Print autumn vocabulary, spelling words, sight ..
IEP Goals: Given a visual model of a word, STUDENT will copy the word using proper upper and lowercase letter formation, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
THIS FREE PRODUCT IS RELATED TO OUR BLOG POST "YOUR PARAPROFESSIONAL: Bestie or Beastie?" to be added on August 7th, 2017. Be sure to read it by clicking on "blog" at the upper right hand corner of our home page!
Use on your lanyard for:
* Paraprofessional/Classroom Assistant Quick Reference
* Teacher Quick Reference
* Keep and extra lanyard for substitutes!
IEP Goals: ***THIS IS A FREE RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS AND PARAPROFESSIONALS (CLASSROOM ASSISTANTS)courtesy of AutismEducators.com Please read our blog post "YOUR PARAPROFESSIONAL: Bestie or Beastie?" related to this product (available August 7, 2017)
The Anna Rockets go over the rules at the start of the school year. I made these flashcards for my son to have an idea of each rule and memorize what each letter stood for.
R.O.C.K.E.T.S. Rules Flashcards for Autism by Inspired by Evan ..
IEP Goals: Given a set of school rules, STUDENT will recite the rules and use as a reference for daily classroom work, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Are you getting ready to head back to school? Do you need high-interest, visually pleasing work tasks for your students?
Please read these simple directions on how to order your very own "Task Box Filler" Custom Bundle order.
IEP Goals: Please download and read the simple directions on how to create your very own Custom "Task Box Filler" Bundle and use in your classroom today! EASY to set up and use, these "Task Box Filler" Task Card sets are perfect for homeschooling, tutoring, or practicing at home with your own child. INCREDIBLE SAVINGS!
Upper Case & Lower Case Letter Matching Activity, Alphabet, Back to School
The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut the cards out following the given directions and you`ll get 26 small boards for mathing the letters on each of them.
IEP Goals: Given an uppercase letter of the alphabet, STUDENT will independently match each lowercase letter, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Please read our blog post on STRUCTURED RECESS to be available on Sunday, April 30th.
We'll share our thoughts and ideas for productive structured recess to increase social skills!
SUGGESTED IEP GOAL Alignment:
Given a structured, teacher-led play activity and up to three verbal or visual prompts, STUDENT will participate by following the rules of the game, with 80% accuracy, as document..
IEP Goals: Given a structured, teacher-led play activity and up to three verbal or visual prompts, STUDENT will participate by following the rules of the game, with 80% accuracy, as documented by teacher observation, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a structured, teacher-led small/medium/large group play activity and up to three verbal or visual prompts, STUDENT will use turn taking skills by waiting without protest for his/her turn, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 5 groups of items. The student will match the correspon..
IEP Goals: Given a sentence to complete, STUDENT will count how many, name the color, and determine what the object is, by selecting the correct response cards, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
T O I L E T : T R A I N I N G : V I S U A L : S U P P O R T
Includes assorted charts that assist with toilet training and outline the steps taken to complete hygienic routines such as handwashing (home and community) and toileting (boy and girl). Assembly is easy. Simply print and cut apart the picture cards. To ensure longevity, I recommend printing on heavyweight cardstock and laminating. Aff..
IEP Goals: Give visual reward system used in order to complete a 3-step bathrooming process of using the toilet, wiping with toilet paper, and wash hands, STUDENT will earn one token upon successful completion, with 5 opportunities per step, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.