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Turkey Fun in Early Childhood

Turkey Fun in Early Childhood

There’s nothing more comforting (in my eyes at this point) in the midst of a pandemic than the thought of comforting Thanksgiving food.  If you’re looking for ways to incorporate some turkey and Thanksgiving fun into your classroom or virtual session, then this post...

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Halloween Core and Fringe Boards

Halloween Core and Fringe Boards

Halloween and other themed activities may look a little different this year but as special education teachers, one thing that remains the same is structure and the need for language support!  I love creating themed core and fringe language boards so that my students...

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Halloween Resources for Virtual or In-Person Learning

Halloween Resources for Virtual or In-Person Learning

I love teaching in October. Students are in a routine, expectations have been set and the real fun and learning can begin. There are so many great fall resources at The Autism Helper! My students this year adore Halloween, and I'm gathering and prepping all of the...

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Halloween Fun in Early Childhood!

Halloween Fun in Early Childhood!

Oh, I just LOVE the holidays in an elementary school!  The kids are so excited, and I love being themed and making it special for them.  With that being said, I don’t suddenly go crazy and throw out structure and routine.  I keep our normal routine for the...

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Visual Recipes for Thanksgiving

Visual Recipes for Thanksgiving

Holidays are all about traditions. One of my classroom's favorite Thanksgiving tradition is cooking a big Thanksgiving feast. We have so much fun. Over the years, we've streamlined the process to make it a little bit less chaotic but that dang pile of dishes after is...

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True & False Turkeys {freebie}

True & False Turkeys {freebie}

One of my favorites Freebies I ever made is True & False Turkeys. We loved it so much that I decided turkeys are appropriate year-round. I’m sure we can all commiserate about the ever increasing testing demands that even impact our students with the highest needs....

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November Adapted Books!

November Adapted Books!

I feel like I blinked and October was over so now it’s time to set up for the month of November.  I like to have some adapted books to use with my students each month.  I often pair a follow-up craft, activity, or game with one of the adapted book and it makes for a...

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