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Who Am I? Adapted Book

Who Am I? Adapted Book

Sometimes as teachers we get too dang excited working on those big, lofty, complex skills that we forget to spend the time focusing on the basics. Those foundational pieces are oh so important and will completely sabotage our work on the big skills if don’t... read more
Valentine Treats!

Valentine Treats!

Need something fun this week to do in your classroom or with your therapy groups for Valentine’s Day…..what about making Valentine Shakes, Valentine Freezes, or Valentine Floats?  All 3 recipes are easy to make and taste delicious. Valentine Shakes &... read more
Parts of Speech Literacy Centers

Parts of Speech Literacy Centers

I love using sorts to work on a wide range of literacy skills. Sorts are interactive, engaging, and require no velcro! Sold yet? These sorts are some of my favorites. Grammar concepts can be tricky for some learners to fully master and these hands-on resources help... read more
Cupid, Cupid What Do You See?

Cupid, Cupid What Do You See?

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Cupid, Cupid What Do You See? is the perfect adapted book for the upcoming holiday.  Cupid, Cupid What Do You See? targets color concepts and number concepts 1-6.  The book is easy to set up.  Place one piece of hard... read more
February Resources & Links

February Resources & Links

February is here! January seemed to have flown in and out in a blink. February is one of my favorite months because of all of the adorable materials! It’s cuteness overload! High Level Free Resource Links Valentine Idiom Activity  Following Direction Valentine... read more
TouchMath: Why It’s Great & How You Should Use It

TouchMath: Why It’s Great & How You Should Use It

Are you familiar with TouchMath? Known as The Alphabet of Mathematics – this visually based approach to math can be perfect for our learners. It embeds prompting and utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves! If you have students that are struggling to... read more
Making Inferences {Flashcard Game Series}

Making Inferences {Flashcard Game Series}

Making inferences is hard! The answers aren’t concrete. Abstract thinking is really challenging for some of our learners. But just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it’s not important. It means it is even more important to work on! Don’t be... read more
Sledding Fun!

Sledding Fun!

Where are the Children Sledding? is the final book in the Winter Adapted Book Series I created for this season.  Where are the Children Sledding? focusing on following directions, using he/she pronouns, and identifying different locations.  To set the book up place a... read more

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Setting Up a an Easy-to-Use Program Binder

A program binder will guide your instruction and help you keep track of both academic and behavioral data. However, there is a lot that needs to go into one binder and the organization can be challenging. If you have a high-needs student, you cannot waste time trying... read more

Classroom Schedules

You need loads of schedules for your class. I have schedules coming out of my ears. You need a student detailed schedule, an adult detailed schedule, and schedules for your students. You should have a schedule for each child in your classroom. Just do it. Don’t... read more

Ultimate Guided Reading Resource for Special Education

I made this massive resource a few weeks ago but haven’t had a chance to post about it yet! I absolutely love teaching reading. I think literacy for children with autism is an extremely under-researched area with very limited supports, curriculum, and resources.... read more

FAQ: Dealing with Aggression

Welcome to a week long (or more!) set of posts dedicated to your frequently asked questions. I pulled these reoccurring themes from emails, comments, and facebook. If a bunch of people have the same concern – there are probably more of you too! Figured I’d... read more

Life Skills Room

The Life Skills Room is one of those things that has been looming near the bottom of my to do list for weeks now. We had partially set it up – enough for some of our kids to use on a daily basis – but it wasn’t set up to my OCD like standards. We... read more