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CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.2.D Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of sound-letter relationships.
Need to work on some categorization skills?  Check out these Category Cards! The set contains 72 "Name that Category" cards and 72 "What Doesn’t Belong" cards. From theautismhelper.com
This worksheet is from my Exploring Emotions BUNDLEIt encourages students to explore all of the facial features as our emotions change.If you have any concerns or queries please contact me.For latest products, product updates, teaching ideas and more...
These Identifying Emotions Activities: Sorting Emotions With Real Photos include 6 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying emotions. Photos include men, women, children, and people from many cultures. (Please see preview photos for details.)  At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting and classification activities.  Sorting Happy Sorting Sad Sorting Angry Sorting Excited Sorting Surprised Sorting Scared
Understanding yes versus no can be really challenging for special education students- especially students with autism. This set offers a variety of ways to practice and generalize their skills. This set is idea for special education teachers, speech therapists, students with autism and multiply disabled students.
Emotions paper plate cards can be made by toddlers can  later be discussed in grouptime. By exploring the different emotions of these plates can help the toddler identify their facial expression with the way they are feeling on the inside. Love this for emotion development and social development, it is important for toddlers learn empathy for others emotions.
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These My Community Sorting Mats w/ Real Photos include 10 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying places in our community and where we buy things.  At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting mats by identifying the things that we buy at each store or shop.  For example, we buy a burger and fries from a fast food restaurant, and we buy flowers from a flower shop.
These Sorting Activities:  Sorting Mats With Real Photos include 15  unique sorting mats that focus on sorting household items (life skills) and animal groups and habitats.  Each sorting mat includes real photos and is in the shape of a related object of the things being sorted. (Please see preview photos for details.)  At an independent workstation, or science center, or language group, students complete 15 activities!
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