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Life Skills BINGO (Special Education & Autism Resource)

Students LOVE working on life skills when they get to play games!! My special education students enjoy working on labeling and identifying function through these games. Money, daily living activities, hygiene, furniture, appliance, cooking tools and the grocery store are covered in this set. They are especially great for students with autism or other language based disabilities.

from Frugal Fun For Boys

Engineering Project for Kids: Build a Straw Roller Coaster

Build a roller coaster for a ping pong ball out of straws, hot glue, and a cardboard box for a base. This STEM challenge for kids is awesome because the materials are so simple and inexpensive! The track is surprisingly sturdy, and kids will have a blast creating a path for their ball. Great if you teach in a special education classroom.

from Still Playing School

Fine Motor Rainbow Ball Game

Fine Motor Rainbow Ball Game from Still Playing School. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources


designed to help K-9 classroom teachers and P.E. specialists prepare and teach interesting, funpacked physical education lessons in a sequential co-educational program. Each volume provides over 500 illustrated, easy-to-use activities organized into 8 modules for quick lesson preparation: Introductory Activities, Fitness Activities, Movement Awareness, Rhythms & Dance, Gymnastics, Game Skills, Special Games, and Closing Activities.