The special needs student is a unique variety of child, and when it comes to teaching them, one must be careful not to stumble into the trap of over-generalization. This section will help you be aware of some general characteristics of special needs students, as well as some factors which can affect their overall learning potential.
This curriculum includes a set of lesson plans covering every subject at every grade level, which is great if you are a general studies teacher, or if you teach multiple subjects. If you are a specialist, we’ve got you covered too—our plans include all of the major subjects: math, English/language arts, science, social studies/history, physical education/sports, art, music and career/vocational training.
This curriculum was developed in collaboration with special needs experts from around the world and was tested in a variety of classrooms with special needs students before it was released. The curriculum is designed to be easy to implement and effective for any student with any special need.
Each lesson plan has an accompanying “Tips for Teachers” section that provides information about how best to execute the lesson with students who have different types of needs and abilities. These tips show you how to adjust the lesson for students based on their developmental stage (beginner vs. intermediate vs. advanced).
The daily communication sheets are available in three different formats: PDF, Google Docs, and Google Forms. They can also be customized to meet your needs. You can change any of the text to fit your student’s needs or you can completely customize the daily communication sheet to meet your student’s specific needs.
These free communication sheets were created by Educating All Learners (EAL). These sheets are a means of communication between teacher and parent. A teacher can easily use these free communication sheets to inform parents about their child’s progress or special needs. These sheets are a communication tool between the school and parents. The purpose of these sheets is to provide information about the student’s progress and needs in a convenient format to both the parents and teachers.
These sheets allow teachers to easily monitor their students’ progress throughout the year. These sheets can be used as a means of communication between teachers and parents regarding their child’s progress in school. They are also a good way for parents to keep track of their child’s progress in school, which can be helpful in determining whether or not their child is ready for kindergarten or should be placed in a different classroom, as well as when it is time for them to go back to school, or if they are ready for first grade, etc..
Communication sheets are one of the most effective ways to maintain a solid line of communication between school and home. Use these free printable communication sheets to help you organize your classroom communication.
These communication sheets were created to help support children with developmental delays, autism, apraxia, and other speech and language impairments. These sheets can be used by parents, teachers, and therapists to help improve your child’s communication skills.
These sheets are designed to help children with language delays who have little or no verbal skills. They give the child an opportunity to communicate their needs throughout the day whether it be at school or home.
Below you will find visual supports that can be used with non-verbal or minimally verbal children. The sheets come in a variety of options from daily activities, personal information cards, family information cards, morning routine charts, story sequence cards and more.
The visual communication aids can be used for students of all ages including older students with developmental delays. I have included blank templates if you would like to create your own visuals to meet your child’s specific needs. I hope you enjoy these free resources.