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Preschool Special Education

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Hands on Learning for Special Needs Kids: 30+ Task Boxes for Autism

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!

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Scarf Play Using A Plastic Bag

ABC’s Of Movement Kinesthetic Literacy Learning Activities  Kinesthetic Learning? Preschoolers begin school  ready to learn and fully energized. My research proves that children learn best through movement! 34% of children entering kindergarten cannot identify letters of the alphabet by name (NCES, 2000). Kinesthetic learning is hands on, active learning. By combining movement experiences with the […]

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50 Epic Classroom Ideas That Will Change Your Life - Chaylor & Mads

Discover new classroom ideas for classroom management, decor, organization, fun and more! Plus, incorporate the final idea and it will change your life!

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Kids ❤️ Spinner Games

ABC’s Of Movement Kinesthetic Literacy Learning Activities  Kinesthetic Learning? Preschoolers begin school  ready to learn and fully energized. My research proves that children learn best through movement! 34% of children entering kindergarten cannot identify letters of the alphabet by name (NCES, 2000). Kinesthetic learning is hands on, active learning. By combining movement experiences with the […]

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Early Learning with Streamers

ABC’s Of Movement Kinesthetic Literacy Learning Activities  Kinesthetic Learning? Preschoolers begin school  ready to learn and fully energized. My research proves that children learn best through movement! 34% of children entering kindergarten cannot identify letters of the alphabet by name (NCES, 2000). Kinesthetic learning is hands on, active learning. By combining movement experiences with the […]

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Task Box Independent Work Station

Looking for a way to organize independent work time for your special education classroom? Students gain more independent and personal responsibility skills with an organized Especially Education Task Box Independent Work Station. Read for ideas to organize task boxes for independent time or for work time. Today’s guest blogger, Rachel Glassman, is a second year …

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Hands on Learning for Special Needs Kids: 30+ Task Boxes for Autism

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!

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Using Visuals to Manage Behaviors in the Classroom

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 …

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Customizing Visual Schedules in the Classroom

Does the thought of visual schedules make your head spin? Are you tired of finding stray PECs scattered about the room? Then Especially Education's Visual Schedule Flip Book and Token Board may be your solution! This post will walk you through the ins and outs of this visual schedule, providing tips and adaptations to meet the needs of every single student in your classroom!

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5 Types Of Visual Schedules Help Students Succeed

Visual schedules are all the rage in special education classrooms. They promote independence by allowing students to know the sequence of the day’s events. However, choosing the best visual schedule for each student can be a daunting task. This blog post helps teachers navigate 5 types of visual schedules commonly found in a special education classroom, including object, wall, notebook, flipbook, and checklist schedules. #visualschedules #autism #visualschedule #firstthenboard

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