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5 Engaging Special Needs Books for Parents, Teachers & Therapists

5 Engaging Special Needs Books for Parents, Teachers & Therapists

Special Needs Moms need encouragement. They need uplifting & humorous quotes. Special needs moms need strength. But most of all, they need a squad. They need support & help from one another, because we can't do this alone! If you're a Special Needs Mom you need to read this! #SpecialNeedsParenting

Special Needs Moms need encouragement. They need uplifting & humorous quotes. Special needs moms need strength. But most of all, they need a squad. They need support & help from one another, because we can't do this alone! If you're a Special Needs Mom yo

PLACE VALUE * Functional and differentiated skill work that covers place value mathematics standards-aligned topics for grades K-3, this Place Value adapted work binder is the perfect addition to any elementary special education classroom. Includes 1:1 correspondence, Describing objects in sets, Mathematical language, Compare and order numbers, Create sets of numbers, Create models to make numbers, Standard and Expanded form, Using a number line. Adapted Work Binders only at Mrs. D's Corn

Place Value Adapted Work Binder

PLACE VALUE * Functional and differentiated skill work that covers place value mathematics standards-aligned topics for grades K-3, this Place Value adapted work binder is the perfect addition to any elementary special education classroom. Includes 1:1 correspondence, Describing objects in sets, Mathematical language, Compare and order numbers, Create sets of numbers, Create models to make numbers, Standard and Expanded form, Using a number line. Adapted Work Binders only at Mrs. D's Corn

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Literature Guide - TeacherVision.com.  This is a great site for looking for activities to do with "The Very Hungry Caterpillar."  Check it out!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Literature Guide

As I have shared in a few other posts, in my classroom we work on a different theme for science every month at our "science" station ( see t...

As I have shared in a few other posts, in my classroom we work on a different theme for science every month at our "science" station ( see t.

We’ve got a Runner! A closer look at elopement and wandering for students with Autism.

Elopement and Autism- Classroom Strategies

My Aspergers Child: Part 4-Teaching Strategies for Students with Asperger’s and High-Functioning Autism – Problems with Generalizing. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

Part Teaching Strategies for Students with Asperger’s and High-Functioning Autism – Problems with Generalizing

social skills, point of view, facial expressions, autism, sarcasm, social groups, speech therapy, real photos emotions, emotions, upper elementary, middle school activity, perspective*50% off for 48 hours! Download the free preview to try before you buy!

Social Skills Interpreting Facial Expressions Body Language Real Photos

Students on the autism spectrum or early childhood practice giving a reliable "yes" "no" response with this bundle of 7 resources. Topics include beach; body parts; community helpers; food; household words; toys; and letters in my name.#autism #autistic #teaching #SpecialEducation

Yes No Questions Bundle 1 Autism Special Education Speech Therapy

Students on the autism spectrum or early childhood practice giving a reliable "yes" "no" response with this bundle of 7 resources. body parts;

Advice to remember when my babes are teens:  "Listen. Shut up and listen. You have to hear the whole teen drama before you will be respected enough to be permitted offer any input. Be available. They always need to talk when you are dead tired or busy. Clear time because you won’t get another chance."

Advice to remember when my babes are teens: "Listen. Shut up and listen. You have to hear the whole teen drama before you will be respected enough to be permitted offer any input. Be available. They always need to talk when you are dead tired or busy. Clear time because you won’t get another chance."

Do you have a hard time letting your child try things independently? A speech language pathologist has some tips on learning how to step back.

4 Steps to Fostering Independence in Children with Special Needs - The children’s book on perfectionism and anxiety, Pearla and Her Unpredictably Perfect Day, is a guide for parents along with discussion questions to foster this relationship.

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