I am Cadence (Child With Autism)

I am Cadence (Child With Autism)

I am Cadence (Child With Autism)
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I love my think sheets, but I noticed that kids needed a little more when they get a little older. These templates are intended to help kids write a meaningful apology and help them to verbalize their actions and feelings. Included in this pack: 2 apology letters for

I love my think sheets, but I noticed that kids needed a little more when they get a little older. These templates are intended to help kids write a meaningful apology and help them to verbalize their actions and feelings. Included in this pack: 2 apology letters for

Chores - Free Visuals plus many more like grocery store

Chores - Free Visuals plus many more like grocery store, can also use this reminder to work on daily iep goals for my non readers

Anchor Charts - Cause and Effect

Here are a few great anchor charts on Cause and Effect from around the web: From Second Grade Smarty Arties From Room 201 at GCCS.

Boundaries

Boundaries:Self care - My Bubble - visualization & alternative thinking strategy for Anxiety & Stress (CBT, DBT, Meditation,Mindfulness)

Boundaries

Boundaries:Self care - My Bubble - visualization & alternative thinking strategy for Anxiety & Stress (CBT, DBT, Meditation,Mindfulness)

Anchor Chart to guide students to identify key words to help them determine the point of view of a text. Worksheet to use with any text. Students determine the point of view the story and then write the keywords that let them to choose that point of view.

Have students write short paragraphs from the perspectives of different characters influenced by industrialization. Compare human (farmer who benefits) to environmental (bird who lost a home) perspective.

Executive functioning task cards to help with planning, attention, organization, task initiation and more!

Teaching responsibilities-- Executive functioning task cards to help with planning, attention, organization, task initiation and more!

First/Then and First/Next/Then visuals for Special Ed & Autism - free download

Print out these visuals on cardstock, laminate, and add velcro to use with a picture schedule or picture communication system. If you don't add velcro you could write on these with a dry erase marker.