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I’ve added a bunch of clipart to the Custom List activity. You can see the full collection here.
It’s Monday, so here’s another fun way to sneak in some learning. This Count On It game turns a car ride into a science experiment if you predict ahead of time which items you’ll see the most often on your … Continue reading
A visual schedule can be a great way to teach a new skill. My niece used this list to learn how to pack her own lunch for school every day. You can edit print it as is, or edit it … Continue reading
Mornings may look different for a lot of kids who are returning to online or partially online school this fall. Having a morning routine that helps transition kids from ‘home mode’ to ‘school mode’ may be more important than ever. … Continue reading
For special needs kids, a visual schedule, or a social story, can be a good way to help them understand what’s coming and what’s expected of them. Here is a social story for going to a birthday party. You can … Continue reading
I continue to get lots of great suggestions for more clipart – this week I’ve added some images to the School Schedule activity.
A teacher in Texas contacted me this week about making a set of Animal BINGO boards for her students. I thought that was a great idea, so I made it easier by adding an animal filter to my bingo board … Continue reading
There are learning opportunities even in mundane tasks like going to the grocery store. Click through to find suggestions for how to use the grocery trip as a teaching opportunity, as well as free printables to keep it fun!
Continuing my 2020 theme of supporting special needs families, I added some clipart to the social skills activity and created this visual support to help kids learn about how to interrupt. You can print it for free! Or make your … Continue reading