Posts Tagged ‘Special Needs’

5 Tips for Children with Special Needs to Use at Their Desk!

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 […]

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A 7- Strategy Success Story For A Child With Autism!

A 7- Strategy Success Story For A Child With Autism!

One of my readers recently asked if I could do a video where I demonstrate several strategies, previously posted, in a real life situation.  So I decided to describe an actual situation that I consulted for at the very end of this school year. This young student was actually one of the most challenging students this school had ever seen, yet she turned out to be one of the easiest […]

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A Must Have for Your Child with Autism! The 5 Point Scale!

  A Must Have for Your Child with Autism! The 5 Point Scale! If you don’t know about Kari Dunn Buron’s Incredible 5 Pt Scale, then you’re missing out!  It’s basically a visual strategy to divide a topic into 5 levels to better explain a range of differences within the concept. Its beauty lies within its simplicity!  The Incredible 5 Pt Scale allows those of us in special education to […]

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Is “Taking Turns” a Problem for Your Child with Special Needs?

Turn Taking is a life skill for children with special needs.  Sometimes we the parents, caretakers and educators find that we need a way to help our child understand how to take turns.  We need to show whose turn it is and when our child’s turn is coming up again. How can we do that?  Simple.  Go Visual with a large “T” for “turn taking” and place either pictures or […]

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How Do You Teach A Child With Autism To Play?

How Do You Teach A Child With Autism To Play? Hey there!  It’s summertime and our kids are out of school!  Now what?  You have more free time with your child and you want to make it count, right? We all want to get down on the floor and play with our kids, but it’s frustrating when they don’t know how!  So here’s my question, does your child prefer to […]

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Two Simple Visual Strategies You’ll Use All The Time!

Two Simple Visual Strategies You’ll Use All The Time!   Too often we forget, forget, forget to cut the verbal and go visual with our children!  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been in a classroom where the staff is telling, telling, telling instead of showing, showing, showing!   Of course some children you can tell them to do something and they’ll do it!  So when do you […]

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WHAT TO DO IF A CHILD SAYS “NO”!

WHAT TO DO IF A CHILD SAYS “NO!” Have you had a child tell you “No” or simply ignore what you asked them to do?  Haven’t we all! I’ve got a technique for you that I learned as a trainer for Crisis Prevention Intervention.  It’s called  2+2.  Here’s how it works. When a child tells you “no”, you give them a choice and a consequence, a choice and a consequence.  […]

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Easiest iPad Tool Ever!

Easiest iPad Tool Ever!

Easiest iPad Tool Ever! You don’t have to be a techie for this one!!!  Just think how cool it would be to have that paperwork you need at your fingertips!!! Mobile, quick, easy, convenient…who knew?  Take a look at this week’s video on how you can put information like: IEPs Parent contact info Service Provider info Monthly Appointment Calendars Instructions on “How to” projects Blog ideas Craft ideas Reading Lists […]

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