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Yes, the best things in life are free, but one of the most crucial life skills for reaching independence is learning how to budget! These Money Smart budget skills are for students with autism, intellectual disabilities, and more! Activities from Money Smart curriculum teach crucial budget skills. Budgeting Activities for Students with Special Needs; budgeting activities for special education

Special Education Students “Work” at School to Learn Essential Job Skills: Numerous high schools are starting to incorporate job skills training into the special education curriculum by teaching students how to create and sell products to students and faculty at school. By creating a bistro, cafe, or any job-like setting within the classroom, students learn basic job skills while they're still in high school.

Using creativity and play at all ages in the classroom is a great way to help students develop both social skills and life skills. Click here to read about the top 5 ways to engage high school students creatively!

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Goats Don't Smell Personal Hygiene Social Skill/Story Rescue Dogs SPEDAutism/ELL

Now available in my "Social Skills Bundle" for more than 50% off the individual price! Written for Special Education/ELD students in 5th, 6th 7th, and 8th grade. Here is a brand new social skill from the Rescue Dogs' Series. This one features Hey-Hey (the overweight bi-lingual disabled chihuahua), The Goats and The Troll in: Goats Don't Smell and They Don't Bathe Personal Hygiene Social Story and Skill powerpoint.