Self-Regulation Picture Books
I'm always looking for new books to read to my students. I've recently been on the hunt for books to help my students with being able to regulate their bodies. A librarian friend of mine found a good stash of new books at our school about this topic and I wanted to share them with you! Emotions are hard to describe and often I find that books are the best way for students to understand that others have emotions. I hope you find this list to be of use with your students! Please note, Amazon…
Calm Down Corner for Kids
Do you have challenge behaviors in your classroom? Having a calm down corner in you classroom will transform your behavior management. It is so vital for students to have a safe space to regulate emotions. This calm down corner kit has everything you need to get your "zen zone" started!
I am trying to get some cover sheets on some of the curriculum I have sitting here. This has been a slow process. I just starting using Power Point a little over a week ago, and so far so good. The folks on TpT have been great answering my questions and helping me out. Tutorials are great!!! Will post more as I make them. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Personal-Hygiene
Teaching Social Skills with Social Stories - Whimsy Workshop Teaching
Using social stories to teach social skills gives students direct and meaningful direction in learning essential social skills.
Cheap Sensory Room
You can definitely design a sensory room for your home, no matter how small the space or how tight the budget! These ideas will show you how to make a sensory space for your child with autism or sensory processing disorder that they will love! #sensoryroom #autismtherapy #sensoryfriendlyhome
23 Creative Ways to Use Milk Crates in the Classroom - We Are Teachers
We love these creative ways to use milk crates in the classroom! Make seats, create bookshelves, build a rolling cart, and so much more.
5 Autism Classroom Layouts and Tips for Designing Yours
I've rounded up 5 posts on setting up classrooms with floor plans and pictures and added some tips to help you design your own.
The Most Important Skills We Teach in the Early Years Aren't Academic
They're skills like kindness, sharing, and self-regulation. Here are some of our favorite social-emotional activities for the early years.
Creating Visual Boundaries in your Classroom - You Aut-A Know
Creating visual boundaries in the classroom helps students understand where they are supposed to be in the classroom space. Adding some additional supports will let students know where they are NOT supposed to be as well.
Calm Down Corner Ideas in an Autism Classroom | NoodleNook.Net
How to Make a Calm Down Corner in Your Classroom- Ideas, Printable Kits, Posters and Rules to set up a calm down area in your SpEd classroom or Autism Unit to help with behavior management and self-regulation. Learn more about the visuals, activities, and strategies work best when your students need to take a break!
Creating a Break Bin or Calm Down Area in the Classroom
Do you have a Break Bin or are Clm Down area in your room? Are you looking for ideas on how to create one or what to put in one? This post is for you.
Classroom Management: Let's TACO 'Bout It Image Results
Classroom Management: Let's TACO 'Bout It
Teaching growth mindset - Growth Mindset Notes from the Teacher
Teaching growth mindset, Growth mindset notes, Growth mindset, Classroom, Growth mindset concepts, Classroom community - Growth Mindset Notes from the Teacher - #Teachinggrowth #mindset
Creating a Calm Down Corner - Inspire Me ASAP
There's a little corner in my room that is frequently visited by fidgets, tattle-talers, and more. How do you deal with these issues? Keep reading!