Preschool Special Education
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Preschool Special Education. Get inspired and try out new things.
Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism
Courtney Barter saved to ECSE
I am always curious to see how other preschool classrooms are set up. So I wanted to show you all how I set up my classroom. I am going into my 4th school year as a preschool special ed. teacher and I’ve done things differently every year. I really liked my setup last school year […]
Lis M, Everyone's Librarian saved to ECSE
Using Basic Skill File Folders to Build Independence (with FREE Errorless File Folders) - Teaching Special Thinkers
Since file folders are my go-to for my independent work stations, I decided to create a line of file folders that covered those foundational skills. This way, my learners that were still working on basic skills could get used to working with file folders and velcro pieces. I love using these Basic Skills File Folders for students that need to work on building independence with activities they can do on their own. #FileFolders #BasicSkillsLearning
Kimberly M saved to SPED
Special education prep work is daunting! Time spent laminating, velcroing, and organizing materials takes up way too much personal time for special education teachers, self-contained teachers, speech therapists, homeschool moms, parents, autism parents, preschool teachers. Reclaim your time and energy and alleviate stress with these 9 SPED prep hacks to help you streamline your prep and prioritize your to-do list.
Ann Teaching saved to 2022-2023
Teaching our students to play independently is such an important functional skill! First, if a student can play independently at school, the...
As adaptive skills increase, challenging behaviors typically decrease. This blog helps teachers understand the different formats and types of visual supports they can implement in their classroom. Today’s guest blogger, Dana Howell, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who taught regular education, and special education. Dana has also been a paraprofessional and a speech-language pathology …
Andrea Arms saved to Counseling
Building Functional Pretend Play Centers in an Pre-K Classroom
Katlin McLaughlin saved to SLP visuals
Visual schedules are a great way to help students manage their school day and see what is coming next. Free flip schedule template only at Mrs. D's Corner.
From developing fine motor skills, letter and number recognition, sight words, sorting, sequencing, reading, and math, these task boxes for autism tasks will help develop important life skills and beyond!
Linda Dukes saved to Pre-K work box activities
Learn how errorless work tasks can be used in your special education classroom. Adapted books, worksheets, and file folders can all be made errorless. Errorless learning activities are a great way to increase student independence in independent work stations!
Jennifer Harris saved to SDC