Glittery calm down bottles to help focus and calm your child #sensory || Gift of Curiosity

Glittery calm down bottles

An activity that allows the child to create a calm down glitter bottle that can help. This can be stored in their sensory kit and help with self-regulation.

First/Then and First/Next/Then visuals for Special Ed & Autism - free downloadRepinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Print out these visuals on cardstock, laminate, and add velcro to use with a picture schedule or picture communication system. If you don't add velcro you could write on these with a dry erase marker.

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Visual Schedule. I like that you can cover up each thing after you do it. Will have to find a way to make something like this

Chore Chart

Visual schedule with pull down flaps + magnets. When item is completed, close the flap, and the word "done" is on the outside. I like this as an idea for a visual schedule during the school day for my kiddos.

Our autism consultant made this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students don't loose them.

Our autism consultant made this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students dont loose them. Would be great for a chore chart for any kid.

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