Create a Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board for your toddler to explore could make this a matching sensory activity. Can be used for toddler who have sensory issues and also a way for parents to help interact with the their children.
Three hacks for your token boards. Token economy systems are common in special education classrooms and are particularly helpful for students with autism due to their visual nature. Use these tips to streamline behavior management in your classroom!
Sorting Non Identicals for Special Education and Autism
WH QUESTION practice for students in special education. Ideal for non-verbal or non-writing students in SPED!
These "I meet" adapted books are perfect to practice community core words with your special educations students or in speech therapy. Add these life skills adapted books to your independent work stations or small groups to practice identifying community
You can use any shape. It doesn't have to be a bunny. Just trace a shape or cookie cutter. This would be cute for any holiday, just use an appropriate cookie cutter to trace and cut out the shape, then whatever yarn works best for that holiday!