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Dollar Store Work Tasks: Put-In and Sorting

Dollar Store Work Tasks: Put-In and Sorting

The Dollar Store is one of my favorite places to shop for materials to create work tasks.  Not only is it affordable, but it also offers a variety of objects to get creative and make some work boxes that don’t take much time. Put-In Tasks: Various containers and cups...

3 Items I’m Never Without

3 Items I’m Never Without

In my classroom there are 3 items I constantly find myself reaching for and using. I teach a K-2 self contained classroom and keeping my classroom safe, functional and happy is my top priority. I've found that these items help keep my days running smoothly, for both...

Summer is Here!

Summer is Here!

Summer is here!  As extended school year begins, it's important for me to find engaging and educational activities to keep my students motivated and learning. Let's explore two exciting resources from The Autism Helper that are perfect for the end of the school year...

My Favorite Homeschooling Supplements

My Favorite Homeschooling Supplements

One of the skills we teach is for the learner to be able to apply what they learn in different ways. For example when a learner sees the letter A in one font and then again in a different font, they know that both of those letters are the letter A. A great way to...

How to Use a Calming Corner

How to Use a Calming Corner

There has been more and more research about the importance of Social Emotional Learning and Social Emotional competencies embedded in our curriculum. If a learner is not available for learning because of social/emotional reasons, we as the professional need to help...

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