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Preventing Meltdowns-Outsmarting the explosive behavior of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. From Special Education Advisor. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @so siu ki Inc. Resources.

Fidget rings- some great options for those that need to keep their hands busy

Big Problem, Little Problem Poster.

Good to know!

Great Poster on What IS Bullying... Exclusion, Physical, Lies or Rumors, Threats, Verbal Abuse or Teasing... Generally a Combination of the Above

This book teaches the kids the four parts to an apology.

Expected/Unexpected Behavior, What would you do in that situation, etc. This strategy helps students realize how our behaviors affect others. This is a social skill activity that can be used with elementary students, and possibly adapted for secondary. Materials needed are a pen, tape, and a beach ball. Found though Pinterest.

I need to hang up this up in my office!

Feeling Faces. Great tools for identifying, and validating feelings, role playing, and social stories!

Correct Letter Reversal. Really good idea to help "rewire" the brain and increase concentration, too.

Ideas on how to teach your daughter to deal with friends that bully.

DIY Weighted Lap Bag - Buy a stuffingless toy for a dog and take the squeaker out (or a stuffed one and take the stuffing and squeaker out). Then fill it with aquarium rocks, beans, rice, etc to provide the weight. Sew up the end and voila you have your own sensory tool!

Elementary-aged girls are often bullied by good friends. The book, Little Girls Can Be Mean, teaches you how to empower your daughter to find solutions herself. (You listen and empathize!)

Fantastic downloadable social skills cards! Great material for strategies and discussions!

Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!

Impossible Present demonstrates Rock brain and problem solving.

FREE Dyslexia Resource Links download.

The BEST sight word cards EVER. Made for ADD, Special Ed, and any other child.