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This melting ice experiment is gorgeous and colorful. // 24 Kids' Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy, Too

24 Kids' Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy, Too

How to Organize Visual Questions for Children with Autism {use on a daily basis in morning meeting to work on building social skills}

Freebie Friday: Visual Questions!

29 items to get the fidgets out!

CAUTION! Twins at play!: 29 items to get the fidgets out!

Bouncy Bands are an inexpensive DIY project for those students who need to move and wiggle.

NCAEE - It's Elementary!: Bouncy Bands Help Students Stay on Task

Get ready to take your class to the store! Practice the dollar up strategy with adapted books!

Fantastic information about crayons!!!! ALLLL teachers SHOULD read this post!

Color My World « Miss Mancy's Blog

Adaptation station: different ideas for adapting writing tools - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Adaptation Station - Pre-writing / Creative Representation

Reserved only for a student on his or her best behavior, this "special" chair could become for students a motivational tool to do their best. In addition to making them feel special, sitting in this chair would make the students feel good about themselves. The chair could also be used for students to show their best work.

Welcome to Room 36!: August 2011

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Bead box for sensory input and kids with Autism

lighting can be painful for some students with autism, who won't ever say anything but their uncomfortableness will manifest in distractive and negative behavior.

Tips for Setting up a Classroom for a Child with Autism

Extra Special Teaching: Back to School Pictures with some Freebies!

Hands to Yourself - Visual Story for Kids with Autism. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources SOS Inc. Resources.

Visual Social Story Packet for Children with Autism: Behavior Set

Love the boa as a border! Fancy Nancy can be used to go along with a fancy words wall. Students hear and learn new words every day and having a place for them to bring them back to gets them looking for new words that enhance their vocabulary.

I did this in my special ed classroom this year - made a page of mini lines and copied front and back for management and kept page for each student to prevent always doing the same thing. After a couple of weeks I redid and designed my own that fit my students best.

Tales of a Teacherista: Word Work

I love the idea of giving the students a binder with laminated pages and dry erase markers so that they can work on activities continuously for practice. The pages can be used for other students and it allows for the student to continue to learn

you are the reason we are here...this one is for all the teachers I know and for a very special one who had to leave this earth way too early.

You are the Reason we are Here! | Living Laughing & Loving

Calm Down Kit: great to put in a basket or on a wall near your classroom cool off spaces. Would also be a fantastic support strategy for an individual student who could use help calming down

The Autism Adventures of Room 83: Calm Down Kit

She is a teacher and has so many ideas to help with classroom needs. Meeting Sensory Needs Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

Amazing how I still need to say this to my high school ELLs when their classmates get special accommodations...

Classroom Posters

Love this idea.. Each student had own box with tangible toys they can use if they need a break!

Creating a Transitions Box for a Child with Special Needs

Extra Special Teaching: These charts are especially helpful for the student who require a schedule in order to be most successful (w/ AU label)

Extra Special Teaching: Special Education

TeachersPayTeache... - An Open Marketplace for Original Lesson Plans and Other Teaching Resources

Calm Down Kit- For students with special needs

Dysgraphia Intervention information infographic. RTI strategies for dysgraphic disability. #dysgraphia #RTI #intervention

This is a great tool for students who need to reflect on their behavior and learn to make better choices. This can be used for special education a...

Behavior Reflection: Think Sheet

Two Awesome Visuals On ADHD for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning