C3 Engaging in Routines and Interacting

A collection of ideas for special educators to teach the skills in 'Communicating 3: Engaging in Routines and Interacting' from the Every Student English Framework www.everystudent-sws.nsw.edu.au
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Adapted books - way to incorporate non-readers in literacy!

Freebie Friday: Literacy for Nonreaders

I like this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students don't loose them. Usually they end up all over the place.

Our autism consultant made this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students dont loose them. Would be great for a chore chart for any kid.

Sensory Hacks for Fidgety Child | Simple solutions that I am going to try today! Such great ideas for the classroom and home!

Sensory Hacks to Focus a Fidgety Child (That don't involve a Fidget Spinner)

Sensory Hacks for Fidgety Child Simple solutions that I am going to try today! Such great ideas for the classroom and home!

Create a daily tactile schedule for children who are deafblind or visually impaired!

Tips on how to create a tactile schedule for a child who is Deafblind. You could adapt it to include cards for various medical procedures in a hospital setting.

This website helps people learn about all the ways adapted switches can be used to help people (this site has a focus on children) interact with the world around them.

Single Switch Activities- These activities are good for showing cause and effect and teaching AAC users that in using their switch they can communicate what they need. Posted by KME

Visual picture schedule with concrete objects to give extra support.  Awesome post with more pictures.

Visual picture schedule with real objects for extra support. Great way to transition from object to picture schedule.

I like the finished box at the bottom. maybe add on to the stations. My classroom daily visual schedule

Typically would have this for each student with their schedule of in and out classes and who they are working with

20 Visual Timers for students with ASD and special needs

Learning Resources Time Tracker Mini visual timer has 2 dials. Set one for the total alarm time and the other for warning time. Time can be set in 5 minute increments. Volume can be adjusted or turned off.

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