Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), exists when sensory signals are either not detected or don’t get organized into appropriate responses. Pioneering occupational therapist, educational psychologist, and neuroscientist A. Jean Ayres, PhD, likened SPD to a neurological “traffic jam” that prevents certain parts of the brain from receiving the information needed to interpret sensory information correctly. A … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2017
Modified Compare & Contrast Nonfiction Texts (Autism/SPED)
Academic Vocabulary using Picture Symbol Supports for Comparing & Contrasting 2 Nonfiction (Informational) texts. An easy way to help your Kiddos learn how to Compare & Contrast 2 texts: 1) Line up the texts from both passages. 2) Comparing one sentence at a time by using the “same” or “different” picture Symbol card and placing it … Continue reading
Modified Plot Visuals and Templates for RL 1.3-3.3 (Autism/SPED/ELL)
This RL1.3-3.3 Visual Plot Templates were designed for students that required picture symbol text support when reading to better understand and comprehend the skills. These visuals provide repetition and structure for these kiddos. There are 9 different templates based on level of difficulty. – RL … Continue reading
BEST Slant Board EVER!!!
Hands down the BEST Slant Board I’ve EVER SEEN!!! 😍 It has EVERYTHING!!! Magnetic AND Dry Erase Surface Large Super Strong Paper Clip at the Top Pencil / Book / iPad / Laptop Holder at the bottom Velcro along the top back and bottom (I place Velcro visuals there for that face the front of … Continue reading