Special Education Resources
Great sites for Teachers of Students with Special Needs
What a great adaptive idea to help kids hold a pen, pencil or even a paint brush. Perfect for kids with limited abilities.
VCU OT in Ghana (OCCT 690)
Excited to say that in a few days Dr. Cindy Golden's great new Ebook will be available! It goes hand in hand with the Special Educator's Toolkit and provides 86 pages of Great information and LOTS of printable graphs and Data sheets to use in your classroom. Look for it very soon on www.snrmag.com! Data Graph, Data Collection, Data Sheet, Technology Ideas, Education Resources, Data Ideas, Special Education, Classroom Ideas, Teachers Resources
Excited to say that in a few days Dr. Cindy Golden's great new Ebook will be available! It goes hand in hand with the Special Educator's Toolkit and provides 86 pages of Great information and LOTS of printable graphs and Data sheets to use in your classroom. Look for it very soon on www.snrmag.com!
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We are included in the list of websites to read in Special Education. Great site with lots of links to SpeEd information.
Start Safe: Fire is a free educational program designed to teach children ages 3 to 6 and their families about fire safety, and provides educators the tools they need to deliver important fire safety information. Fire Safety, Education Resources, Child Safety, Safety Pin, Neat Ideas, Child Care, Fire Prevention, Children Our Future, Classroom Ideas
Video series about keeping Children with Special Needs Safe in the Home. Tips for several different needs including children who are blind, deaf, mentally challenged and in a wheelchair. Car Seats, Water Safety, Child Safety, Seats Safety, Pools Safety, Kids Safe, Safety Tips, Kids'S Safety, Cars Seats
Safe water resources
Part III of the series on ABA & Verbal Behavior. Vocabulary.
One other thing that is a toddler favorite is big/little sorting. I found lots of big/little pairs including buttons, blocks, mini straw hats, bells, mini flower pots, pom poms, and paper clips. I printed “big” and “little” on two index cards and showed her how to sort them. This really plays into one of the sensitive periods for this age – love of small objects. Montessori Toddlers, Montessori Homeschool, Montessori Printables, Montessori Education, Art Montessori, Learning Printables, Toddlers Resources, Blog, Montessori Materials
Free Montessori Printables I love the Montessori culture ... I think the experiential teaching of a functional curriculum is wonderful for our kids with special needs