Interactive books for preschoolers
Fun Food Friday - A Place for Cooking in the Classroom - Mrs. D's Corner
Cooking in the Classroom with Mrs. D's Corner. Video post with a sneak peak at my classroom "kitchen", how I make it work in my special education classroom, how and when we cook in the classroom with delicious no bake recipes, and other food related fun stuff your students are sure to love too! Only at Mrs. D's Corner.
Free Life Skills File Folder Activities for Special Education
Life skills file folders to practice community skills in your special education classroom. Covers skills like dollar up, shopping from a list, and safety sign matching. Includes visual supports perfect for students with autism.
How to Use Prompts Effectively and Efficiently - The Autism Helper
Prompting is an essential teaching tool. Sometimes we can forget its meaning & important purpose for our teaching, so today let’s review the types of prompts & how to use them! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
Start Here | vsstrategies
This would be great for transitioning students from desk work to circle time. Students will learn what is expected of them in order to start the lesson. Very cool idea and makes it easy for teachers and students to be on the same page.
Setting Up Independent Work System Stations
Do you want to use independent work systems (TEACCH systems) with your students with autism but aren't sure how to work them into your classroom? This post includes different models and things that work for me. via @drchrisreeve