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Special needs- A Special Sparkle: Visual Solutions For Staying in Your Space. This would be excellent for a child with ADD/ADHD, autism, etc. in a classroom setting.

Your Teacher's Aide: Using Floor Tape In Your Classroom

Using Floor Tape In Your Classroom

Colored Tape Ideas for the Classroom~ This post has a bunch of ways to use floor tape in your classroom. I love floor tape!

A teacher who just gets it! She had a child with ASD in her class and realized that a strategy for that child benefited ALL the children. Now every parent requests her based on her research.

A teacher who just gets it! She had a child with ASD in her class and realized that a strategy for that child benefited ALL the children. Now every parent requests her based on her research.---I want ball chairs for my classroom so badly!

This is a pool noodle attached to the desk with a rope. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers!

This is a pool noodle with rope attached. Attach it to the desk. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers! - Pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Seven quick accommodations for students with ADHD. Have you ever tried any of these with success? I like the idea of using tape... http://ift.tt/1kaNhIJ

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

7 Easy Accommodations for Students with ADHD -- As a special education teacher, I work with a lot of little ones with ADHD or with typical ADHD behaviors. Often these students can be successful in a general education classroom with a few accommodations in

Great idea! "Brain Sprinkles"! from Dr. Jean. It is an old coffee creamer bottle with the label removed. Fill the bottle with about two tablespoons of rice. Put a piece of plastic wrap under the lid and glue the lid. Everyone will get a little sprinkle before our "Circle Time" begins! From the idea genius of "quiet spray"! Check out her blog!

Karen's Preschool Ideas: 2011 New Classroom Ideas - love the quiet spray and brain sprinkles. This woman is one creative lady!

So cool!   Chairs turned upside down, add pillow, and you have a comfy reading spot.

During quiet reading time, just have the kids flip their chairs around and give them pillows to lounge on. Read to self pillows!

NCAEE - It's Elementary!: Bouncy Bands Help Students Stay on Task

Bouncy Bands help students improve time on task. Bouncy Bands help students move while they work. Aiden may need this someday!

Recortes de vinilo en mesas para escribir con marcadores de borrado en seco.

25 Ideas ingeniosas para maestros de primaria

A transition box for a kiddo (maybe just starting pre-k) at school.... Kyles box

Creating a Transitions Box for a Child with Special Needs

Transition Box for kids with Special Needs. such a key element and a lot of teachers have no idea about it. great for helping a child transition into an unfamiliar environment (pics of people there with names, sensory toy(s), favorite snack, etc).

The Autism Adventures of Room 83: Special Education Classroom Daily Schedule- Work Center Rotations

Special Education Classroom Daily Schedule- Work Center Rotations

Colorful classroom with lots of posters and decoration is fun and comforting for many students.  Some students with special needs, however, can have difficulty attending or become overstimulated in crowded classroom with lots of visual clutter. These classroom organization suggestions are great for special education classroom as they take into consideration physical and visual structure.

Special Education Photos: Mrs. Heile & Mrs. Combs

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder vs. Sensory Processing Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder vs. Sensory Processing Disorder

Self-Regulation Strategies For Kids With ADHD - North Shore Pediatric Therapy

Timers for ADD Adults and ADHD Children These gadgets will help you get organized and get things done on time.

How to Beat the Clock with High-Tech Timers

Increase your productivity. Here is a short list of ADHD-friendly products—like Tile and Clocky— we swear by, not at.

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