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Visual Aids & Flip Charts. Jill Hermansen Early Childhood Special Educator [email protected] Enhance Learning. Class. Schedule. Class. Rules. Greeter. Bear Hug Hand Shake Smile High Five. Positive sayings on the bathroom mirror. You are loved!. Smile.

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Visual Aids &

Flip Charts

Jill Hermansen

Early Childhood Special Educator

[email protected]

Enhance Learning

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Class

Schedule

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Class

Rules

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Greeter

Bear Hug

Hand Shake

Smile

High Five

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Positive sayings on the bathroom mirror.

You are loved!

Smile

You are safe!

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Flip Charts

Opening Circle Boards

  • Friends Board
  • Opening Song Board
  • Pledge Board
  • Weather Bear Board
  • Calendar Board
  • Personnel Information Board
  • Nursery Rhymes Board
  • Theme Board
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Student puts their picture on the board to show they are here:

  • Count how many friends at school
  • Count how many boys / girls
  • Show number with finger displays
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Pledge

Everyone receives a stamp on their right hand to put over their heart.

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What

clothes

to

wear?

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Magic Hand

Used to touch days of the week

Roll Dice

Number it lands on= do that activity as many days as on calendar.

Mailbox:

Calendar day inside

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Middle Circle Boards

  • Colors Board
  • Shapes Board
  • Numbers Board
  • Letters Board
  • Class Rules Board
  • HWT Board (Handwriting Without Tears)
  • Social Skills Board
  • Silly Songs Board
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Pink Book

Pink is the color.

What is pink?

Who is wearing the color pink?

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Shape is a circle. What is this shape?

Big and little circle Circle book

Top and bottom Make shape in the air

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Wall of Shapes

Student uses special wand to go and touch the shape of the day.

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Touch Math

Activities to do seven times

(touch nose, tap head, jump, touch toes…)

Making the number in the air

Number line

Student finds the number of the day and jumps that many times.

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Hand writing without tears letter C wood piece

Sign for the letter C

Two things that start with the letter C

Make the letter C in the air or on a friends’ back

Letter C book

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Student chooses what song they would like to sing and then reads the sentence.

(I want to do__________.)

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HWT Wood Pieces

Big Curve

Little Curve

Big Line

Little Line

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Skills

Social

Green the bird

five social skills
Five Social Skills
  • 1. Getting a friend’s attentions
  • 2. Sharing
  • 3. Giving a Compliment
  • 4. Share Request
  • 5. Give a Play Idea

Captain Kind

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Closing Circle Boards

  • Animals Board
  • Story Time Board
  • Closing Song Board
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Behavior books!

Tony Salerno’s

Character Building Company

1996 Angel Creek Music

www.characterbuilding.com

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Student chooses which song to sing to close the day.

“Good Bye” or “Wheels on the Bus”

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Centers

Students choose a center . There are only so many spots at each center area. This works on communication with friends. It focuses on students asking others to move so they can play at that center or excepting ‘no’ if the student does not want to move.

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Center Area

Once the student has chosen where to go from the centers board they then take their name to that center. Every center area has two places. If more children may play at a center it will have green go pieces. Once every student has made their choice from the centers board, students may move to different areas if there are open spots at the centers.

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Learn To Move, Move To Learn!

Learn To Move, Move To Learn!

By Jenny Clark Brack

Autism Asperger Publishing Company

Brack, J.C. (2004)

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Ideas for classroom management

Picture Exchange Communication (PECS) Book

Rules on a ring to show students when not following class rules.

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Visual Schedule

Visual schedule and behavior plan

Green (Go)

Red (Stop Sign)

Vertical Visual Schedule

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Making Good Decisions

Happy Face

Sad Face

Do Twice a Day

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Five Little Monkeys

Jumping on the Bed

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Work Station

Schedule for following work station.

Activities at work station.

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Great Work

Station Book

Ideas

1. Task Galore, 2003 Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey

2. Task Galore For The Real world, 2004 Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey

3. Task Galore Making Groups Meaningful, 2005 Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey

[email protected]

www.TEACCH.com

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Awesome Web sites

http://pbskids.org

www.fisher-price.com

www.starfall.com

www.sesameworkshop.org

www.funschool.com

www.funbrain.com

http://speakingofspeech.com/homepage.html

www.aacintervention.com

http://speakingofspeech.com/homepage.html

www.dositey.com

www.multiplication.com

www.eduplace.com/map

www.mathplayground.com

www.primarygames.com

www.sheppardsoftware.com

www.timeforkids.com

www.weeklyreader.com

leap social skills curriculum
Leap Social Skills Curriculum
  • Nurturing Social Skills in the Inclusive Classroom
  • The LEAP Outreach Project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Colorado Department of Education
  • Developed by The LEAP Outreach Project and LEAP Preschool 2003
  • Project Director Phillip S Strain, Ph.D.
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