5 Tips for Children with Special Needs to Use at Their Desk!
Do you find yourself telling your students over and over again to get started on a task, the page numbers of a reading assignment or reminders of what needs to go home in their book bags?
Well, here’s a montra you need to memorize,”If you have to say it again and again, go visual!” It will save you countless moments of frustration, build independence with your students, and your classroom will run so much better!
I’ve got 5 ideas to share with you that you can use in the classroom.
- Small flip chart for communication
- Bookmark for reading assignments
- Check list for the start of class
- 4. Check list for the end of class
- Fidgets to help students stay on task
Now that was EASY! Check out the video to see what these ideas look like!
These ideas will help your students get started, keep working and end their day with little to no help needed from you! Sweet!
Give them a try and let me know how you like them!
Hope you had a wonderful 4th of July! The plan this week-end is to entice my nephew to assist me in demonstrating some scripts to help children with autism improve their social skills. Stay tuned for the results!