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Demonstrate one-to-one correspondence in familiar daily settings to increase comprehension.
Help students learn to navigate the process of eating at a restaurant.
Give students the opportunity to express their feelings and creativity with a journal!
Use daily living activities to practice a variety of independence skills.
Use preferred reinforcers to encourage children to express their feelings and opinions.
Practice fine motor skills while developing spatial awareness.
Practice correct pronoun usage with a simple game using real objects!
Play "Name That Sound" to promote body awareness!
Encourage socialization and concept development with these conversation starters!
Encourage self-expression and the development of imagination with this activity!
Make art time a multi-sensory activity with these tips for adding texture!
Make textured pictures using eggshells for a multi-sensory project.
This recipe uses common household ingredients for added sensory fun!
Use common household ingredients to make playdough anytime!
Adapt a beach with sound to make locating it possible for children with visual impairments.
Use objects to demonstrate positional words for better comprehension.
Warm-up while also working on social skills and increased independence.
Play with a hula hoop to encourage participation among peers in PE.
Introduce tactile graphics and map concepts with a representation of a familiar area!
Teach children responsibility and care for their belongings.
Practice math skills among other skills through shopping activities.
Practice one-to-one correspondence with this simple lunchtime activity.
Label objects and areas in the classroom to help build early literacy.
Make a tactile counting book to introduce number sense!
Create tactile journals for art or as a strategy for teaching math using concrete manipulatives.
Develop communication skills and self-expression with simple choice-making activities.
Tactile journals combine creativity, early literacy, and the development of fine motor skills.
Make a classroom quilt of memories that all children can enjoy!
Help students understand chronological order using the Anne of Green Gables book.
Introduce children to science inquiry along with finding similarities among items.
Practice reading along with any subject or theme with this simple game!
Students create their own tactile representation of the plant life cycle for life science and biology.