Adapted and Interactive Books

If you have been to my TPT Store you will see I am all about Adapted and Interactive Books. These books are so versatile! They can be used for 1:1, small, and large group, task bins, assessment, independent, partner, and morning work. For those of you that don't know, Adapted & Interactive books are books… Continue reading Adapted and Interactive Books

Morning Circle: Start Your Day Off Right!

Morning Circle is a time for us to come together as a classroom family, asses the day, and put our learning hats on! It is a very interactive whole group lesson where everyone does their part. We work on turn taking, requesting, sharing, movement, music, AAC, and pre-academic skills. Morning circle starts of with a… Continue reading Morning Circle: Start Your Day Off Right!

Friday Baking

Did somebody say snacks? I love to eat and so do my students. Thats why every Friday we cook! Cooking is a great way for students to work on multiple skills i.e. turn taking, fine motor, communcation, and pre-acedmic skills! When we cook it always correlates to the story we are reading that week. We… Continue reading Friday Baking

PLAYGROUND COMMUNICATION BOARD

Communication is an obstacle for a lot of my students. This can effect their ability to interact with peers. After a year of making phone calls and securing licenses we were able to create a communication board for our shared playground. This is the first one in our district. Hoping we can get it out… Continue reading PLAYGROUND COMMUNICATION BOARD

Trick-Or-Treat

Trick-or-treating is not just for collecting candy. It is an amazing learning opportunity! Whether you are at home or in school, you can always put your teacher spin on an American classic. Here are some goals you can work on! Students will accept items from peers/adultsGiven a button/ fastener/snap/velcro, student and open and close garment Student… Continue reading Trick-Or-Treat

Lessonpix.com: The Custom Learning Materials Mecca

Lessonpix.com is one of the greatest resources! This is not a sponsored post. I truly just feel that strongly about them! If you’re like me, and you are not into buying clipart on TPT to make things, Lessonpix is fantastic! For a small $30 a year you get access to an abundant amount of resources.… Continue reading Lessonpix.com: The Custom Learning Materials Mecca

PECS vs AAC

Before reading this post please read my previous posts Aided language simulationAAC at HomeAAC vs. ASL PECS has been around forever. But that is the problem, it is an outdated system. I see so many teachers still using PECS. Now before you go sending my hate mail, remember I am not an SLP this is… Continue reading PECS vs AAC