Leveled Daily Work {your MUST – PURCHASE sale item}

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Anything that will last me seamlessly from August-June with almost zero prep sounds better than a venti-coffee on an early Monday morning. I am stupidly and ridiculously excited for this product. I am not exaggerating. I’m nearly giddy. I’ve even talked about it to my non-teacher friends who I’m sure have no idea what I’m talking about and really don’t care. I spent a ton of time prepping this product this summer which is going to pay off big time when I have 3 individualized levels of work that will last me the whole stinkin year!

Introducing Leveled Daily Work! Each product contains 180 interchangeable leveled daily work pages to ensure that your students are completing different work each day. 180 = a different one for each day of the whole year! Print once, make copies of the student worksheets, and your prep work is done. It’s that simple.

Each level of the resource contains a two page student response worksheet. Students will complete the worksheet in response to the prompts and questions on the leveled daily work pages. Switch out the daily page each day. Use this resource as independent work, guided practice, direct instruction, small group work, a warm-up activity, a classroom center, or a station run by a paraprofessional. Options are endless! This is a major time saver and ensure all students are busy with appropriately leveled work! Video product previews are included in the description of each resource!


There are 3 levels of this resources of increasing degrees of difficulties so your kiddos can work at their individual level! I recommend checking out the BUNDLE that includes all 3 levels at significant savings. Bundle savings + sale savings = awesome deal!

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Level 1 works on vocabulary, counting items {#1-9}, identifying colors, and copying the picture {work on visual perception, matching, & fine motor skills}. Level 1 is great for student with minimal writing skills to work on copying, basic skill identification, and fine motor skills.
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Level 2

Level 2 includes: Word of the Day {identify consonants, vowels, syllables, write a sentence}, Number of the Day {identify number before & after, written number, tallies}, Daily Questions {basic abstract questions, concrete questions}, Wh- Question Journal {answer who, what, where}, and Math {coin identification, time to hour, number sequencing, basic word problems}

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Level 3

Level 3 includes: social skills scenarios {such as: bullying, sharing, jealousy, communication}, grammar {such as: nouns, verbs, adjectives, antonyms, punctuation marks, prepositions}, complex, concrete and abstract questions {such as: making inferences, advanced personal info, sequencing}, and math {such as: coin combinations, word problems, time to the five minute, skip counting}.


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These are huge products, so there are must-purchase while the sale is going on! Remember – All Autism Helper Resources are 28% until tonight only! Stock up and get ready for Back to School!


  1. What computer program do you use to create your worksheets and activities? I only have boardmaker and word which are both pretty limiting. Thanks!

  2. I bought it!! I was very excited to see this on sale!

  3. I use a combo of publisher & powerpoint 🙂

  4. Enjoy! Let me know how it goes with your kiddos!

  5. I missed the sale!!

  6. Will you be offering another sale?? I missed the sale too! (waaaah….)
    But….I NEED this amazing resource, so will buy the Bundle anyway 🙂

  7. There is another one coming on Wednesday! 🙂

  8. I will! Was going to announce tomorrow – there will be a sale on Wednesday!

  9. Sasha, I bought this bundle and I love it, however do you have a answer sheet for the unscramble the letters for level three? My students and myself are having a hard time making a word or words using all the letters? Are we suppose to use all the letters or just pick a few to make a word? Thanks so much for this resource!

  10. Love the bundle. How will you present/ organize the three levels in your classroom? I just printed it out and am trying to figure out how to use it at a station or as indepent work and have it organized easily.

  11. Hi Nina! Great question – no you don’t have to use all the letters. Just any letters that can make a word. I’m sorry that should have been clarified better! So if the letters are D E F D N S O the words could be need, on, fed, no, etc. Does that make sense? The idea is to get our kids thinking creatively and building connections between letters. Hope this helps!

  12. I will def do a post on this ASAP. Quick preview: I have Level 1 in my morning meeting and we do it together with my lowest group. I put it in a page protector and we switch out each day. Level 2 and 3 students do it as independent work at a center and we check it at morning meeting when they are finished. For level 2 and 3 – I post them next to the table in a pocket chart. My aides switch out each day. Hope this helps 🙂

  13. Just purchased Level 1 and 2 of Leveled Daily Work.
    Question: How do you have level 1 students complete the copy picture? Do they draw it or do you give them pre-cut shapes to arrange. The students I have in mind for this activity have minimal drawing and writing skills.

  14. We draw it. I have two boxes so there are two opportunities to work on this skill. Often times the first try needs a little shaping! For my kids who struggle – I started out drawing the shapes with pencil and they match the corresponding colors by filling in the shapes. It’s great for working on visual perception!

  15. In level three you have a scrambled word…… just asking…. do you use all the letters in that are given? Also I totally love the series and so do my students.

  16. No – sorry I need to clarify this in the directions! Just use some of the letters to create a few words. Hope this helps! Sorry about that 🙂


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