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Paths to Literacy | for students who are blind or visually impaired

Paths to Literacy | for students who are blind or visually impaired

"Stop Yelling!" When children and teens have trouble self-regulating, they may provoke harsher parenting. But if parents can work on strategies that help themselves feel calmer, they can help their children learn to regulate better.

"Stop Yelling!" When children and teens have trouble self-regulating, they may provoke harsher parenting. But if parents can work on strategies that help themselves feel calmer, they can help their children learn to regulate better.

guess the emotion game- just like the game TABO - write down emotions on a card & place in a bowl. Draw a card and try to have the other person guess the emotion with your clues ** you can't use the word! For example for the emotion card angry you could say "this is how you might feel if someone took the last cookie."

guess the emotion game- just like the game TABO - write down emotions on a card & place in a bowl. Draw a card and try to have the other person guess the emotion with your clues ** you can't use the word! For example for the emotion card angry you could say "this is how you might feel if someone took the last cookie."

Great article to learn difference of tantrums and sensory meltdowns https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/child-learning-disabilities/sensory-processing-issues/the-difference-between-tantrums-and-sensory-meltdowns?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=understoodorg

Great article to learn difference of tantrums and sensory meltdowns https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/child-learning-disabilities/sensory-processing-issues/the-difference-between-tantrums-and-sensory-meltdowns?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=understoodorg

Free set- If you're a special education teacher- you know how valuable your visual supports are- make sure they're always with you!

Free set- If you're a special education teacher- you know how valuable your visual supports are- make sure they're always with you!

Who, what, where, why, and why, basic flip cards for autism! How do you teach your students with special needs these skills?

Who, what, where, why, and why, basic flip cards for autism! How do you teach your students with special needs these skills?

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