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I created this pin. These are some fine motor activities that my mom(Mrs. Rose) uses in her classroom. I think that these activities can also be very calming ones that I would think about keeping in my calming corner as they also involve learning. Labels can be found on teachers pay teachers!

Park Lane Class Setup

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Printable Learning Folder for the Early Years - Inspire the Mom

Park Lane

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If you are new to teaching, new to self-contained, or a vet that just wants to start the year off right... this ULTIMATE planning resource will help your SpEd classroom setup process be easy and purposeful. It is a total TIMESAVER, LIFESAVER, and MENTAL HEALTH SAVER! The ULTIMATE Guide and Checklist i...

Teacher Resources

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SEN Resources

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SEN Info

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The Zones of Regulation is a framework and easy-to-use curriculum teaching students strategies for emotional and sensory self-management. This printables would be great for a break space in the classroom, or in the individual's bedroom, as a reminder on what to do in case the person is escalated.  THIS IS A PRINTABLE FILE ONLY. NO PHSYSICAL WILL BE SENT. File: PDF.

Growth/Reflection/Social-Emotional

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Science

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Editable Sticker Charts for Positive Behavior Support

Behaviour Management

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The VERY Visual Schedule
I love getting inspiration from special education teachers on their classroom setup. I’m going to show you my elementary special education classroom layout. This works well for a moderate to severe classroom. I love including things like a break area in the classroom, classroom sensory area, centers for the self contained classroom, special education classroom organization, and more! These teacher tips will help you and your self contained students with visuals for special education.

Classroom/Displays

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The Core Words Interactive Book series was written for toddlers and children with speech and language impairments.  Children with developmental delays, apraxia, autism, Down syndrome and individuals using augmentative devices would benefit from these simplified illustrations and vocabulary.
Object Functions Cards (STACK)

Literacy

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Short Vowels Pocket Chart Centers and Materials by Miss Giraffe | Teachers Pay Teachers
Sorting Baskets Phonics Activity - The Imagination Tree

Phonics

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Do your students need visual support to help them use their target sound in phrases in speech therapy? Use carrier phrase cards so that they can learn to go beyond the word level #speechtherapy
Use barrier games in speech therapy to target social skills, expressive and receptive language skills, and much more. Barrier games are a fun way to encourage conversation between students. You could even have a child give YOU some directions to follow as you play together!

SALT

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This prepositions interactive book is a great way to practice prepositional phrases and assess students understanding of the prepositions in, on, behind, in front, between, next to and under. Students read the sentence with their teacher and then select the correct preposition from the visuals and stick them in the box.

Maths

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Diy Crafts

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handmade monster puppets for kids to make with paper and clothes pegs on the table
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how to make a paper mache earth with video and printable instructions for kids
How to Make a Paper Mache Planet Earth
Paper Mache Planet Earth
a young boy sitting on the floor next to a table with two game boards in front of him
Why You Should Be Using BARRIER GAMES
Use barrier games in speech therapy to target social skills, expressive and receptive language skills, and much more. Barrier games are a fun way to encourage conversation between students. You could even have a child give YOU some directions to follow as you play together!