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This I Feel and I Need Visual Choice Board is a simple resource to keep handy. Providing a student with a visual support may allow him to express his needs without having to find the words. Even verbal? Autism Activities, Autism Resources, Therapy Activities, Classroom Behavior, Autism Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy

Behavior Management: I Feel I Need Visual Aid File Folder for Special Education

This I Feel and I Need Visual Choice Board is a simple resource to keep handy. Providing a student with a visual support may allow him to express his needs without having to find the words. Even verbal students can have trouble retrieving the words or articulating what they need. Offering this simple visual can aid a student in saying "I feel confused. I need help" or "I feel frustrated. I need a break." {Created by Adapting for Autism}

Brain breaks are an increasingly important aspect of daily classroom life. Here are 20 three-minute brain breaks to help you refocus your class! Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, School Fun, Classroom Management, Activities For Kids, Classroom Ideas, Behavior Management, Movement Activities

Brain Breaks – 20 awesome ways to energize your students FAST!

Brain Breaks Can Be Quick! This amazing guest post about why kids need to move from pediatric occupational therapist Loren Shlaes was so popular that I decided to follow it up with a list of Brain Breaks for kids! These are great to use anytime your students are feeling restless and are struggling to pay attention. Most of these will only take a few minutes, and then

"Cool down" cube! This is where students go to calm down. This cube is equipped with a visual Velcro checklist on calming down, a weighted blanket/ vest, and a basket of social stories and picture books related to dealing with anger! Behavior Management Strategies, Classroom Behavior Management, Management Tips, Behavior Plans, Anger Management, Social Emotional Development, Social Emotional Learning, Coping Skills, Social Skills

"Cool down" cube! This is where my students go to calm down. My cool down cube is equipped with a visual Velcro checklist on calming down, a weighted blanket/ vest, and a basket of social stories and picture books related to dealing with anger!

Awesome video, perhaps for grandparents etc who dont understand! A Child's View of Sensory Processing.important to trauma-informed practice of any type. Sensory Motor, Sensory Diet, Sensory Issues, Sensory Activities, Sensory Play, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Social Skills, Social Work

A Child's View of Sensory Processing

Learn about sensory processing from a child's prospective.

Chapel Hill Snippets: Self Regulation Scale using the 5 zones of emotional regulation Stress Management, Behaviour Management, Classroom Management, Zones Of Regulation, Emotional Regulation, Self Regulation Strategies, Coping Skills, Social Skills, Chillout Zone

Self Regulation Scale

I have a confession---when I see something good, I take it and use it. I don't like to recreate the wheel, and I'm really not all that creative. I also work with people that are very hard-working and creative, so when I stepped into my co-worker's office (Heather Petrusa, SLP) and saw this homemade self-regulation scale, I grabbed it (with her permission) and told her that this was worth using and sharing with all of my blogging friends! She said that our mutual friend, an autism itinerant…

Visual Prompts, Schedules and Supports Self Assessment and Self Regulation System for Children with Special Needs. Kind of a spin on the How Does Your Engine Run? Emotional Regulation, Self Regulation, Emotional Development, Language Development, Child Development, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Ot, Sensory Activities, Therapy Activities

Visual Prompts, Schedules and Supports

Visual Prompts, Visual Schedules and Visual Supports for Children with Special Needs: Classroom Adaptations for Visual Learners via RainbowsWithinReach

Watch to learn about sensory integration and how it helps with everyday life. Learn 7 senses, how we use sensory information, and signs of possible issues. Sensory Motor, Sensory Diet, Sensory Issues, Sensory Activities, Infant Activities, Sensory Play, Sensory Integration Therapy, Play Therapy, Autism Learning

Importance of Sensory Integration

Sensory Issues in Young Children A Video Series by Pathways.org #1Understanding the Senses: Do You Know There Are More Than 5?Accompaning Handout: http://pa...

Miss Allison's Class: Sensory Saturday--Sensory Folders File Folder Activities, Easel Activities, Calming Activities, Sensory Activities, Autism Sensory, Occupational Therapy Schools, Alert Program, Shape Songs, School Folders

Sensory Saturday--Sensory Folders

Wow it has been a while since I have had a Sensory Saturday! But my classroom has been a sensory hot mess lately so I wanted to share the great strategy that I have began to use in the classroom that is both quick and easy--Sensory Folders. My sensory folders take into account two basic sensory needs: Alerting and Calming. To learn more about these sensory needs check out my handout on Sensory Supports for the Classroom. Unfortunately I cannot take full credit for this idea because my…

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Body regulation boards- Autism- Special education-engine run sensory Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Alert Program, Therapy Activities, Therapy Ideas, Behavior Interventions, Sensory Integration, Self Regulation, Autism Resources

Body regulation boards- Autism- Special education-engine run sensory

This file contains 6 pages. There are different types of boards. I have made some blank boards to allow you to laminate and then write on then with dry erase. You can also make copies and use these "on the fly" during your day. I have also included schedule pieces of sensory choices that student...

Miss Melissa's Speech : How Does Your Engine Run? Emotional Regulation, Self Regulation, Alert Program, Behavior Interventions, Sensory Integration, Executive Functioning, Occupational Therapist, Peaceful Parenting, Programming For Kids

How Does Your Engine Run?

Our schedule for Large Group is going to be a little crazy next week, but for good reasons. Our preschool Occupational Therapist, Shanon, is going to come do a large group with me. We will be talking about "How does your engine run" or helping the children with self-regulation. Because of that, we will be doing both Miss Jeana and Miss Ange's Large group on Monday and then again on Thursday. There will not be a learning card, but here is our weekly handout: You can learn more about the Alert…