Homemade sidewalk chalk. Be the coolest kid on the block. @Pascale Lemay Lemay De Groof

Coloring on the sidewalk and driveway is one of the most popular summer activities, and no wonder! It's so much fun. Make this activity even better by learning How to Make Sidewalk Chalk. Homemade sidewalk chalk is easy to make.

Love this idea!....Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in ABC order

love this idea!Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable! Could be ABC order center

Children's Quiet Book Busy Book Eco friendly by MiniMoms on Etsy

Children's Quiet Book, Busy Book, Eco friendly, soft book, educational - 6 pages - MiniMom's -

Our autism consultant made this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students don't loose them.

Our autism consultant made this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students dont loose them. Would be great for a chore chart for any kid.

*FREE* Trace The Pattern Worksheet: Bug Trail. Help your child develop their pre-writing and fine motor skills with this printable worksheet.

Trace the Pattern: Bug Trail

**FREE** Trace the Pattern: Bug Trail Worksheet.Help your child develop their pre-writing and fine motor skills with My Teaching Station "Trace the Pattern" printable worksheet.

Speechy Musings: Save yourself some time!! Check out my Interactive Visuals for Commenting, Asking, and Answering Questions!!

Speechy Musings: Save yourself some time! Check out my Interactive Visuals for Commenting, Asking, and Answering Questions! Pinned by NJD

Visual Schedules

mice and simple visual. Article on Schedules used in the classroom to help students understand expectations - Pinned by LessonPix

I used paint stir sticks and velcro to create small schedules for children that need more visuals of upcoming transitions. Idea and photo taken by me Ray Chavez

paint stir sticks + velcro to create small schedules for children that need more visuals of upcoming transitions. Idea and photo taken by Ray Chavez


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