These hands on ideas for teaching about dental health will help students understand these vital life skills. Students will learn which foods are good and which foods are bad for our teeth and dental health. These ideas are ideal for special education classrooms, autism programs, life skills teachers, preschool, kindergarten and first grade.
This literacy and language based science unit helps students with disabilities access science curriculum by breaking down the language and concepts. The unit is full of differentiated and leveled activities and visuals to support learning. This unit is pe
Body Parts and Five Senses: Special Ed Thematic Unit
Help students receptively and expressively learn about their body and five senses. This set is jam packed with visuals and hands on tasks that our students need to learn the vocabulary and concepts. This resource is perfect for special education classrooms, life skills programs, students with autism and for speech therapists.
Many students struggle with all of the vocabulary and language that come with science concepts. These hands on activities will help your students engage with science concepts in a way that supports their understanding. Every special education class, autism program, life skills teacher, kindergarten, first grade and science teacher needs these units! #science
Functional Reading Comprehension
Demonstrating reading comprehension can be very challenging for students in special education, especially students with autism. Here are ideas for building and assessing reading comprehension.
Students get to easily demonstrate their knowledge of science topics with these LOW PREP sorts. I use these for my task boxes, science centers and small group practice. They are perfect for my special education classroom.
Magnetic Ice Science Activity for Preschool and Kindergarten Science
Magnetic ice science activity is perfect for young kids. Explore magnetism and ice for a complete hands on learning and play experience for preschool and kindergarten kids.
Implementing a Coffee Store in an Elementary Special Needs Classroom