Felt Button Chain Busy Bag for Toddlers & Preschoolers!
Felt Button Chain - Simple Busy Bag developing fine motor skills, colour recognition & learning a practical self-care task! Perfect for Toddlers & Preschoolers! www.acraftyliving.com
Teacher Tip: Morning Work Buckets - For An Extra Few Minutes In the AM
Use Morning Work Buckets with students to practice skills, without the teachers assistance. Ideas for morning work and for when students come into class.
Everything you need to set up morning work binders in your special education classroom. Includes templates to customize for your classroom.
Kitchen and Bedroom Sorting
The student selects a photograph of an object from the right and places it on either the Kitchen image or the Bedroom image, in the appropriate place (i.e. the jug of milk on the fridge, the picture of the bed on the bed, etc.).
Community Helper Playdough Mats
My kids love playdough time! Add these educational play doh mats to your sensory center during your community helpers unit! You students will enjoy working with letters, numbers, tens tables, shapes, scenes and creating faces for our community helpers.
Tutorial and Photos: Independent Work Task System - The Autism Helper
Fill the baggies with pinto beans according to how each bag is labeled (some say 1/2 lb, 1 lb, 2 lb)
Fine Motor Knot Tying Activity
Fine Motor Knot Tying Activity. Read more about this great way to work on those fine motor skills. An easy center to set up in your special education classroom. Read more at: http://handsonaswegrow.com/fine-motor-knot-tying-activity/
Task Boxes 6
Functional Task Boxes In our classroom we use a lot of task boxes, here are some of the box ideas we use. All of the boxes...
Theme of the Month: Academic Independent Work - The Autism Helper
Last month's data-collecting goals still ring true, but this month we're focusing on academic independent work. Find out why we love these skills on the blog!! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper