Twenty-four visual aids that can be used to support your special education students during any setting or subject. Using visuals, particularly with students with autism is a best practice and can increase independence, decrease transition difficulties, in
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This Wonderful Daily Visual Schedule is exactly what everyone needs. Perfect for special needs children, Autism, and children that do best with a visual plan. Organization at home or school with FREE PRINTABLES Tap the link to check out sensory toys!
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If you are seeking a variety of addition and subtraction strategies to teach your math students how to solve addition and subtraction problems, this bundle includes both of my ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION STRATEGIES and visual aids for your students to put in their math toolbox. Click the link to discover a variety of problem solving ideas, and very soon, your students will break the habit of always counting their fingers to solve addition and subtraction problems in math!
Visual Aides for Students with Autism and other special needs is a great resource for those visual cues for students on the spectrum or other related disabilities. Just print, laminate and cut out. 5 different First - Then Charts If I do, Then I lose.
Skip counting is the first step in teaching kids multiplication. Kids who know their skip counting quickly and effortlessly, will have a smoother transition into multiplication. 123 Homeschool 4 Me has a FREE Skip Counting Visual Printable.