Once you've made sure you have visuals to match the verbal requests you make on a daily basis, your job isn't over. Now it's time to teach your students how to use those visuals & what they mean. Essential tips for using visuals purposefully & effectively today on the blog! From http://theautismhelper.com
Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From theautismhelper.com #thautismhelper
Reverse It - Over 60 printable activities to help students with dyslexia overcome letter reversals and confusion between the letters b, d, p, q and g. Great for early readers, special education, homeschool, reading centers, and phonics tutoring. Multi-sensory, interactive activities. See more at Tammy's Toolbox - www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/tammystoolbox-4544
A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.