11 totally awesome calm down jars for kids

11 Totally Awesome Calm Down Jars

5 of 12 Sensory! 11 DIY calm down jar ideas. Great idea for calming kids down during timeouts, car trips, and before bed!

Circle time song choice board! Children go up and remove the song they want and Velcro it to the "let's sing" spot!

Circle time song choice board: Children take the song they want and stick it on the "let's sing" spot.

Autism

CURE FOR AUTISM! The components of autism. Could be helpful even though every child with autism exhibits different characteristics. And they are all incredible people.

When Students Can't Sit Still... Sensory Processing Explained: Vestibular Cheat Sheet

Vestibular Input: Sensory Processing Explained

Sensory Processing Explained: Vestibular Cheat Sheet (And a website full of fun stuff exploring the Vestibular System and ASDs)

101 Games and Activities for Children With Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorders - The Sensory Spectrum

101 Games and Activities for Children With Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorders

101 Games and Activities for Children With Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorders by Tara Delaney- provides great games for kids to play. From The Sensory Spectrum. Pinned by SOS Inc.

autism

AUTISM: Imagine you were in a foreign, noisy and crowded city at night, not understanding the language spoken, recognizing only a few .

A DAY IN AU {Morning Work} This is part of her 1-1 correspondence teaching pack from TPT...the post about how she does morning work is great! pinned by @Christine Reeve-Autism Classroom News

A DAY IN AU {Morning Work} This is part of her correspondence teaching pack from TPT.the post about how she does morning work is great! pinned by Sanquer Sanquer Ballisty Ballisty Ballisty Reeve-Autism Classroom News

These support cards have been a life saver in my classroom management, student can ask for a break, help and understand when they need to wait and what comes next.

Visual Support Self-Management Cards -Autism

These support cards would be a life saver in my classroom management, student can ask for a break, help and understand when they need to wait and what comes next.

AUTISM AWARENESS

An Autism meltdown might occur from a want not being met or even inability to adapt to a chance in the environment, however once a certain point is reached in a meltdown, nothing will be able to satisfy the child until the situation is over.

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