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Excited to share a special Giveaway opportunity with you all! ๐Ÿ™‚ย ย 24 Special Educators have joined together to help you start your new year out with a BOOM! Shift your way through these fabulous blogs and snag a bunch of great freebies. Then enter to win the giveaway which has some amazing classroom essentials!ย These 24 special educators:



We have created 3 different giveaways as well as shared some amazing freebies. The 3 giveaways are: Early Childhood, Primary, & Intermediate. So be sure to enter at the correct grade level. Read on to see what you could win ๐Ÿ™‚


Here’s a look at everything one teacher will win in the Early Childhood Pack:


Enter to win the Early Childhood Pack!ย 


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Here is what you can win in the Primary Pack:

Enter here to win the Primary Pack!


Check out what you can win in the Intermediate Pack:


Enter to win the Intermediate Pack!

You can also winย ย a copy of this e-Book for their iPad.(This e-Book is compatible ONLY for iPad, so if you do not have an iPad do not enter!) Enter here!



You can also win a copy of the Brigance CIBS II which is a $339.00 value! Enter here!



And now it’s time for a Freebie Hop ๐Ÿ™‚

The Autism Helper

Opposite Bingo is now free! I LOVE bingo to target a wide range of literacy skills and concepts, expressive/receptive language, social skills, and problem solving abilities. This game works on identifying opposites! This is a great way to target academic skills for even lower level learners and help build associations! Download free here:ย opposite bingo.

This game is part of my Literacy Bingo Series! An amazing way to focus on specific literacy and grammar skills in a fun & interactive way! This is perfect for your lower level learners who struggle to engage in academic based tasks. Beyond excited for this resource! Check out all the other versions!

The Autism Helper




Keep grabbing some freebies:



  1. OMGosh Girl! Love what you did with the post! The slideshows are awesome and love how you linked our giveaways! You’re in trouble now. I’ll be calling on your help the next time we do this….haha!

    The Bender Bunch

  2. I have a self-contained classroom in a middle public school. I actually work for a collaborative. Most of my students are on the spectrum but I also have visually impaired, cognitively impaired, and multi-handicapped students. Data is always being taken, assessments are scheduled, behaviors are a given, job tasks are enjoyed by all the students, the i Pad is used constantly as both a reinforcer and as an instructional tool. I have wonderful paras who mean the world to both myself and the families. I was so happy to see a give away for special educators. Thank you!

  3. Love this blog hop! I use self made assessments and the ABLLs to assess my kiddos!

  4. I love your blog and have purchased a few items and more are on my wish list.
    Question: Is there a blog for teachers who teach a self-contained classroom primary grades (K-2 or K-3)?

  5. I teach in a Resource Program. Thanks for your FABULOUS ideas!

  6. This is my first year in self-contained…kinda is shock right now lol

  7. I just learned about your site. So much great information.i am an ABA tutor/therapist and these are great resources.

  8. Haha! Thanks Traci ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Love this comment! Thanks for reading ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Haha – it gets better! ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Thanks for reading! ๐Ÿ™‚


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