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A collection of ideas for special educators to teach the skills in 'Expressing Self 2: Expressing Self through Writing' from the Every Student English Framework www.everystudent-sws.nsw.edu.au
Spelling our Names - 10 Fun Ways to Practice from Play to Learn Preschool

Spelling our Names - 10 Fun Ways to Practice from Play to Learn Preschool Author: Jamie White Pinned By: Kenzi Butcher

DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE

DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE One paint stick per color. Lots of clothes pins in each color for sorting and fine motor practice!

Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can!

Simple preschool color matching activity that also works on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an empty coffee can!

name writing practice

Disregard the horrible arrowed letters at the bottom. Use wikki stix pieces or play doh at top, stamps in middle and broken crayon to write. No need to worry about writing lines until formations are mastered :)

Four interactive books for color vocabulary. Great summer activities for kids with autism, special education and early childhood.  Part of a set of materials for practicing color ID.

Summer Color Activities for Generalization {Autism, Early Childhood}

Another pinner: Four interactive books for color vocabulary. Great summer activities for kids with autism, special education and early childhood. Part of a set of materials for practicing color ID.

Practice Identifying Attributes with this fun adapted book!  Answer: How many?  What color?  What is it?  while creating complete sentences.

Adapted Book and Easy Reader Crayons Set

Practice Identifying Attributes with this fun adapted book! Answer: How many? What color? while creating complete sentences. - Can be expanded for a commenting activity!

School Bus Name Activity with free printable.  This is a great classroom activity for the first week of school but can be used any time to help your child learn their name! The first page of the printable includes the front and back of the school bus, and the second page contains the middle sections.  Just print, cut out the pieces, and write the letters of your child's name. Download at:  http://www.totschooling.net/2015/09/school-bus-name-activity-free.html

School Bus Name Activity with Free Printable

This FREE School bus name puzzle from Totschooling is a perfect way to start the new school year. Children can learn how to recognize and spell their name while completing a picture of a school bus. This free printable is suitable for names of any length.

Special Education, preschool, or pre-k Station: Great ideas for Morning Work Binders for morning work

Special Education Station: Morning Work Binders totally doing this for morning work!Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys.

Interactive Receptive Language Tasks for all levels of learners! found at theautismhelper.com

Interactive Receptive Language Tasks

Interactive Receptive Language Tasks - The Autism Helper

Help your early language learners to build sentences! This post gives tips on how to use the core language to expand utterance length, increase motor automaticity, and provide basic literacy skills. This post is a must for anyone who works with low language or beginning AAC users.

Building Basic Sentences with AAC

I work with three classrooms of minimally/non-verbal students. My ultimate goal for all of these students is SNUG: spontaneous novel utterance generation. Novel utterance generation of and combinat…

Super Power Speech: Building Basic Sentences with AAC. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

Building Basic Sentences with AAC

I work with three classrooms of minimally/non-verbal students. My ultimate goal for all of these students is SNUG: spontaneous novel utterance generation. Novel utterance generation of and combinat…

Simple Schedule Pecs  Abstract/Verbal: Completes a visual sequence,  Constructs a visual sequence

DAILY PICTURE SCHEDULES Kit w/72 PECS-Speech-Autism-ABA

Daily Picture Schedules Kit w 72 Pecs Speech Autism ABA

pecs four step error correction - Google Search

Imagini pentru pecs four step error correction

Writing is challenging for many students--especially for those with special needs. I created these visuals to use with my students with autism. These visuals are designed to help students develop an understanding of "who, what, where, and when" as well as give students ideas about what to write about using visual representation.

Writing Posters

Writing is challenging for many students--especially for those with special needs. I created these visuals to use with my students with autism. These visuals are designed to help students develop an understanding of "who, what, where, and when" as well as give students ideas about what to write about using visual representation.

How do you teach safety awareness to your students? Great tips for nonverbal or students with Autism!

How do you teach common signs? Edmark was a little too tough for my kids at first. So we start with matching sign to sign binders- then word to sign ! It's a little more interactive and keeps things engaging!