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Shapes & Sizes (Special Education Math Unit) Hands on instruction and tasks
The perfect unit for special education students who need more hands on practice than typically offered in math curriculum. These are the visuals and work tasks that my students need in order to learn and generalize math skills. Perfect for my kiddos with autism and multiple disabilities!
Independent Work Tasks for Early Childhood & Special Education: Colors
You can never have too many independent work tasks, and simple color matching tasks are will make your life as a special education or early childhood teacher so much easier. Click through and checkout the preview to see the file folders, task cards, and
AM or PM Task Card and Sort FREEBIE
These FREE materials will help you teach your students what A.M. and P.M. mean. Use the task cards and picture sort to practice and generalize the concept. This resource is great for work tasks, task bins, math centers, early finishers and for special education classrooms. Follow shopmrspspecialties.com for more hands on resources.
Special Education Thematic Unit DISCOUNTED BUNDLE (Autism Resource)
Are you a busy special education teacher? Then look no further!! Thus bundle will save you so much time!!! These theme units are designed for hands on learners that need a high level of practice and visuals in order to learn to read, number concepts, adding, subtracting, telling time, sorting, sequencing, counting, vocabulary, tens frames, science and social studies concepts, holidays and more!!! This bundle saves you money and time!!
Developing Number Concepts in Special Ed.
Special education students need to develop a strong understanding of numbers and how they relate to each other. This deep understanding will hep them learn life skills and be functional in their community. Here are some of the materials and activities we use in order to develop strong math skills in my special education classroom. These ideas are ideal for self-contained settings and students with autism.
Cue Staff With Visuals....Adults need Visuals, too!
Visuals aren't just for students! Staff need visual cues, too. Here are 3 different ideas for using visuals for classroom and therapy staff. These ideas are ideal for special education programs especially those designed for students with autism.
Direct Instruction Work Centers
Direct Instruction Work Centers: a peek into how we organize and run direct instruction centers in our self-contained special education classroom. These ideas are perfect for students with autism, multiply disabled students, and other students in special education.
Visual Reminders for Special Education Classroom Staff*Autism*LifeSkills
Great visuals for helping all special education (autism classroom) staff, paraprofessionals / aides and teachers, to remember reinforcers, prompting strategies, and instructional targets in the classroom. Great way to help us all be highly engaged with the students.
Managing Prep Work as a SPED Teacher
How to get it all done?! Some great ideas to keep up with activities prep in a special education classroom. If you teach in a self-contained special education classroom you will want to read this post. Awesome information. Go to: www.autismadventu...
Special Education - Paraprofessionals in the Classroom
Special Education wouldn't be what it is today without our paraprofessionals. Getting a group of adults to work together can be a challenge but once everybody is on the same page, it can be very productive and rewarding. The purpose of this product is to help jumpstart some team cohesiveness.