Differentiated Halloween Activities for the Special Education Classroom


October is RIGHT around the corner and is right up there with Christmas as one of my favorite holidays in the classroom. There is so much fun stuff you can do with your students during the month of October. In this blog post you'll see some of my go-to Halloween themed resources, books, task boxes, and songs!

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Differentiated Fall Math Worksheets for Elementary Special Education



As a former special education teacher, I always had a hard time finding worksheets that fit my students needs and that I could use with more than one student in my classroom. Often times, our students have very different goals, so purchasing a set of worksheets on JUST counting was great for one student, but didn't help me with the other seven. This is exactly why I created the monthly math packs a few years ago!
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Portable Schedules in Special Education




As special educators, it is SO important to set our students up for success throughout the total school environment. In early elementary years, this often includes visual schedules that we post up on the wall and have our students check when it's time to move from teacher time to speech, or any other type of 'switch' of task/environment. However, there is no 'one size fits all' for our students! Some students may require an object schedule, a word schedule, a real picture schedule, etc. What about those students who are in and out of your classroom but also require some type of schedule? They certainly can't be posted on your classroom wall if the student isn't in the classroom to check it! That is where portable schedules come in! Here are some of my favorite ideas from fellow special educators to create a portable schedule that can be used throughout the TOTAL school environment.

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Differentiated Autumn Language Arts Worksheets for Special Education



As a former special education teacher, I always had a hard time finding worksheets that fit my students needs and that I could use with more than one student in my classroom. Often times, our students have very different goals, so purchasing a set of worksheets on JUST letter matching was great for one student, but didn't help me with the other seven. This is exactly why I created the monthly ELA packs a few years ago!

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Autumn File Folder Activities


If you've been around for a while, you know I LOVE file folders! When I was teaching, I switched out file folders constantly. We used them as morning work tasks, independent work, IEP goal activities, and even homework! Today I am sharing my Fall File Folder Activities and Fall Intermediate File Folder Activities.

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