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Why Keep Data? created by The Special Education Station. This guide will… * define different types of data. * give you ideas on how to collect data in your classroom. * give you data sheets you can use right now and customize. * show several different ways to collect data to fit your schedule. - See more at:

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What Goes Together - Association Photo Flash Cards

What Goes Together- #Autism and Special Needs Activity, for more resources follow

Touch Math: This Touch Math Count and Color worksheet packet includes identification activities for numbers 1 through 9. Provide your students with "hands-on" counting experience from the very start! - See more at:

Autism Social Story: Okay/Not Okay To Put In Your Mouth (Data Sheets/File Folder Lesson/Worksheets): SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT: Given a social story and follow-up materials (worksheets, file folder activity) to reinforce the health and safety aspects of what is edible and non-edible, STUDENT will provide appropriate responses to questions asked by an adult and complete follow-up lessons, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Accommodation Quick Reference by Mrs. Spangler in the Middle. These 7 tabs make the flip book and are handy for parent conferences and anytime you need to show the research behind your actions in helping student succeed. - See more

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SPRING OBJECTS Build A Sentence with Pictures for Autism/Special Education/ELL

Spring Sentence Building using sight words, counting to 10, color recognition, and identifying objects for Autism, Special Education, and ELL learners!NEW RELEASE!Forming sentences for our young learners or those with autism, can be challenging. Using real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters, students love learning to read and form sentences.

$2.50 Autism Social Skills - Behavior Card Visuals Self-Talk To Help with a Meltdown: SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT: Given picture cards depicting emotions, explanations, and solutions involved in a behavioral meltdown, STUDENT will read each card as needed as a means to resolving or decreasing the escalation of behavior, as measured per incident, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. - See more at:

Autism - Building WORDS for Visual Learners: The PERFECT tool to help your students master their IEP Goals for Spelling and Letter Sounds! Available at