Morning Group Video Tutorial

Morning group, morning circle, morning time, circle time – whatever you call it – it comes down to one bottom line. It’s gotta run smoothly. This pinnacle first activity of the day can set the right (or wrong…) tone for the rest of your day. You want to tackle your day head on, organized, ready. Not with a frantic student revolt that will have you illegally running like a madwoman to the nearest starbuck during your ‘bathroom break’ to down as many shots of espresso as you can just so you can make it through the remainder of the afternoon cursing the very thought of the teaching days of the week…

Let’s break it down. What do you need:

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 and if you want to learn more about my morning group area than you have maybe ever wished (and/or you want to hear my rant about the importance of organization) – check out my video tutorial! 🙂

Products featured in this movie:

Adapted Calendar Activities for Children with Autism 

20 Special Education Data Sheets

Positive Reinforcement Visual System

Ultimate Packet of Behavior Management Visuals

Visual Questions for Children with Autism 

150 Vocabulary Words for Early Childhood or Special Education

Visual Calendar Worksheets

 

6 Comments

  1. This video is so helpful! Thank you so much! Can’t wait to reorganize my morning circle area

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  2. Hi Sasha,

    I love your morning group!! Do you have an order in which you do things? I purchased your calendar activites and was just wondering all the activities you did within the different levels of students and morning group.

    Thank you!

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  3. Hi there,
    I’m moving to a new position next year- teaching students 2-5 that experience autism. I’ve been using some of your products and strategies for a little while am excited to dig deeper!
    I’m wondering if you can tell me more about the visual social skills you use for each group and where the daily questions and pictures come from.
    Thanks so much!

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  4. Hi Sasha! I just been hired as a teacher for life skills in High School. This is my first time working with Life skills at this level. I will be working with higher functioning kiddos but not sure how high? Any advice you can give me?

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