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Concept book. Teaches spatial relation. Great to use with activity for very young children to learn spatial relationship

Inside Outside Upside Down (Bright & Early Books(R)) by Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain

Target basic “yes” and “no” questions with these fun and cute little penguins!  This activity includes 60 “yes”/”no” question cards as well as a pe...

Yes/No Penguins

Target basic “yes” and “no” questions with 60 “yes”/”no” question cards as well as a penguin game board for increased versatility.

Make a school binder with several free printables www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

Great Back to School Ideas

Make a school binder for each kid each school year. Creative and organized way to keep track of school "stuff" and papers they bring home that they want to keep.Planning on making one for my first grader! I love the free pdf printables.

Adapted book - Where is the Monster?  Students choose the correct preposition after looking at the picture and finding the monster.

Prepositions Adapted Book for Special Education and Autism: Where is the Monster

Know it costs money, but thought I would pin it just in case. Adapted book - Where is the Monster? Students choose the correct preposition after looking at the picture and finding the monster. {Created by Adapting for Autism}

One of my favorite sites for free printable materials.  They change monthly, so grab them while you can!

A favorite site,for free printable materials to encourage speech and language skills. They change monthly, so grab them while you can!

Your preschool students will practice directional words by moving over, under, around, through, in and out after you have read the book Where's Spot? by author Eric Hill. This wonderfully simple book has flaps on every page for the students to open and find the hidden picture. It's a great book for them to "read" to themselves! The Where's Spot preschool activities are fun ways to development listening and language skills in young children.

' Preschool Activities to Get Your Class Moving!

Spatial Awareness Activities for Kids - A Fun Brain Boosting Roundup

Let’s talk spatial awareness. Raise your hand if you’ve ever been teased that you could get lost in a paper bag. Without a map, well…

Vision Spatial Relations is the ability to perceive relationships of objects position in space. Children who reverse letters are often lacking in this important perceptual skill. Two important considerations in spatial relationships are laterality and directionality.

Vision Spatial Relations is the ability to perceive relationships of objects position in space.

I Love Lucy I Love Lucy I Love Lucy......this was one of my fav's! She cracked me up!

Trading places: After the boys attempt to do housework, Lucy and Ethel try to earn a living at the chocolate factory. (Photo courtesy CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images) - I Love Lucy Picture. Best I Love Lucy episode.

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