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    examples of literacy adaptations

    7 Ways to Adapt the Common Core Standards for Students with Special Needs by ASCD Author Thomas Armstrong

    Assessing Non-verbal Children

    Paths to Literacy shows you how to create your very own tactile "All About Me" book with braille and large print. This is a great early literacy activity for children who are blind or visually impaired. *pinned by

    Great List of activities for introducing and enhancing braille literacy.

    Story Boxes: A Hands-On Literacy Experience: Learn how to make story boxes with children's books and simple items from around your home.

    Adapted books - way to incorporate non-readers in literacy!

    Literacy for dramatic play kitchen

    I'm obsessed with these individual student data folders...could act as a portfolio and give students more ownership...It says 1st grade, but could be adapted to any grade :)

    40 Cheap Activities to Promote Early Literacy with Action: Preschool and Kindergarten

    Writing_IEP_Goals for children with complex communication needs

    Visual cues

    Adapted Books {Literacy Activities for Nonreaders} by

    Pragmatics checklist (designed for children with hearing loss but looks helpful for other kids too)

    Mini schedules

    Accessing Augmentative Communication for Children with Severe Physical or Multiple Disabilities

    3 Volumes of Cookie Sheet Activities designed to teach early literacy and math skills--beginning sounds, alphabetic order, rhyme, number order, and number concepts.

    A teacher who just gets it! She had a child with ASD in her class and realized that a strategy for that child benefited ALL the children. Now every parent requests her based on her research.

    Visual Schedules on a pill box - when the kid completes a task they can open the pill compartment for a small reinforcer!

    PECS Communication Book- Starter Set for Children with Autism