Sight word activities: Another fun way for kiddos to do word work for Daily 5 or just practice. She printed off her Play-doh sight word cards on orange paper and then had children form the words with seasonal erasers that she bought at Target's Dollar spot. Cute idea.
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Crystals for Autism — Sugilite, Charoite, Moldavite, or Sodalite can help someone who is blessed with Autism. They are a higher vibrational person and these crystals can help them feel more at home here on Earth. Have them carry with them and/or sleep with it under their pillow. — Related Chakras: Earth, Root, and Solar Plexus
Support your students' communication needs by giving them a visual, core vocabulary word wall. Bring the traditional idea of a content word wall in to your special needs classroom with this Core Vocabulary Word Wall Starter Kit. Word Wall for Special Education. Only at Mrs. D's Corner.
This is a Sight Word Mini Reader FREEBIE that is great for beginning readers! The sentences in this mini reader focus on the sight words: 'I' and 'can'. The sentences on each page are repetitive with students using the reading strategy of looking at the pictures to help them read each sentence.
Community and environmental signs are the best sight words for students learning functional life skills. This pack focuses on safety words. Materials are clear, direct, and easy to understand for Special Education, Autism, Early Childhood, or Life Skills Students.
letter toss game - working on balance, visual motor control and letter recognition. Can also do on outside on the ground with chalk and have the kid jump to letters (they might spell a word, just recognize a letter, or combine chalked words to create a phrase). Could do this on a trampoline!