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The 12 Days of Valentine’s with Free Book Companion!

The 12 Days of Valentine’s with Free Book Companion!

I just found a new Valentine’s Book to use with my students this week!  The book is The 12 Days of Valentine’s and it’s by Jenna Lettice.  I created some visuals to pair with the book along with visual questions.  If you are interested in a Free copy click...

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Introducing: TAH Teacher Spotlights

Introducing: TAH Teacher Spotlights

The hardest part of my first few years teaching was feeling so incredibly isolated. I had such a hard time finding inspiration, ideas, and resources that really applied to my classroom. Working with the junior high team didn't really fit the needs of my...

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Voting in the Classroom

Voting in the Classroom

Making choices can be challenging for children with autism. To practice this skill, give your students regular opportunities to practice this skill and make a choice. A great way to work on this is through voting with the classroom. You can have students...

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Possessive Pronoun Grammar Cards

Possessive Pronoun Grammar Cards

Need to work on possessive pronouns?  Check out these Possessive Pronoun Grammar Cards!  This set contains 72 cards which require the student to select the correct possessive pronoun to complete the sentence. Teaching grammar is not easy and I...

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Teaching Protesting: Why & When It’s Okay to Say NO

Teaching Protesting: Why & When It’s Okay to Say NO

There is one important word that we often completely forget to teach our students. Or maybe they know it but we don't focus on teaching when and why they can use this word. This word is so critically important that if you or I didn't have this word in our...

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Focus on Five: TAH’s Life Skills Bundles!

Focus on Five: TAH’s Life Skills Bundles!

January's theme is life skills and I wanted to highlight TAH's Life Skills Bundles and share how I've been using it in my classroom. There are two different editions: Household Edition and Community Edition. The pictures for this post are from the All About the...

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Keeping it Age Appropriate

Keeping it Age Appropriate

There is literally nothing that makes my blood boil more than walking into a high school special education room and seeing a big ole' 17 year old sorting plastic colored bears into color coordinating cups. You know which bears I'm talking about. They are...

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Valentine Round-Up

Valentine Round-Up

With Valentine’s Day coming up I thought I would share some fun Valentine activities you can use with your students.  I paired the adapted book “Cupid, Cupid What Do You See?” with a Valentine Heart Craft. “Cupid, Cupid What Do You See?” is an adapted book...

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Self-Monitoring

Self-Monitoring

Self-monitoring is such an important and critical life skill that we should be targeting to some degree with all of our students. Whether you are getting more advanced and complex and teaching students to monitor their own behavior choices or just...

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