Conversation Starters for Kids
Are you looking for conversation starters to use with your students? If so, these prompt cards with visuals are perfect to use with your students to work on their social and conversation skills.
Special Ed Classroom Schedule
"What should my special ed classroom schedule look like? Do you have an example of yours?" I can't begin to tell you how often I get sent that through my
Free Virtual Field Trips for Kids
Are you looking for some fun and free virtual field trips to use with your kids this school year? From pumpkin picking to checking out Santa's house in the North Pole, this blog post has a bunch of free virtual field trips that your elementary students will love.
Autism Classroom, Set Up Your Classroom
These resources are perfect to set up your Autism Classroom or just to improve on visuals and classroom management. #Autism #AutismClassroom #ClassroomManagement #AutismResources #BehaviorManagement #Communication
Virtual First Day of School Lesson
Are you looking for a fun and engaging lesson to complete with your students for the first day of school during distance learning? Read all about my virtual teddy bear picnic lesson for meeting the teacher and having our first online lesson of the school year.
Keep Students Active While Distance Learning
One of the biggest challenges we face with our autism and special education students when teaching online is keeping students engaged. One of the best ways that I have found to be able to keep my students engaged is to also keep them active.
September Task Boxes for Special Education
Are you looking for hands-on and engaging task boxes to use with your autism and special education students this September? If so, you'll love this collection of task boxes that are perfect to use with your students.
How to Build Relationships with Students
Building relationships with our students is one of the most important things we can do as educators. But how do we do it through online and distance learning? Let me help you.
QUESTIONS TO ASK FOR SCHOOLS RE-OPENING
This school year is probably going to look different for all of us. But one thing I’m seeing is how anxious a lot of us are about schools re-opening. So today on the podcast I’m sharing questions to ask for schools re-opening.
Back to School After Closures
In this podcast episode I am sharing my top 10 best tips for helping you and your students prepare for returning to the classroom after school closures.
Editable Digital Teacher Planner
Do you wish that your teacher planner could be made digital? Are you looking for an editable planner that will keep you organized and is just what you need for distance and online learning? Check out this blog post to find out more.
Stop Attendance Rewards
Do you use attendance rewards with your students? Encouraging full or high attendance? Today I'm telling you about why you should stop those rewards - and reward your students for things that ARE in their control.
Movement Breaks Cards
Brain breaks are great to use your classroom or homeschool room to give your kids a break and get ready to learn again. They're also great for indoor recess. Your preschool, kindergarten and elementary students will love these brain breaks. #BrainBreak #ClassroomManagement
Conversation Starters Task Cards Social Skills
Have your students work on and improve their conversational skills with these prompt task cards. #Autism #AutismClassroom #SpecEd #SpecialEducation #Conversation #SocialSkills #Speech #Conversation
Coffee Cart Set Up Life Skills in the Classroom | Editable Coffee Shop
Coffee carts are being set up in classrooms all around the world. And this one is perfect for your special education classroom. Teach your students important life, work, communication and money skills with this coffee cart set up pack. #SpecialEducation #JobSkills #CoffeeCart
Autism Classroom Setup
Are you looking for tips, ideas and strategies to setup your autism or special education classroom? From visuals to schedules to behavior management and classroom management - this has it all! #TeachingAutism #AutismClassroom #SpecialEducation