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Make a great visual for each Bible lesson in the curriculum! Blow up the visual for the lesson, cut it up into puzzle pieces, laminate them, and adhere a piece of magnetic tape onto the back of each piece and encourage the students to "put the puzzle together".

Make a great visual for each Bible lesson in the curriculum! Blow up the visual for the lesson, cut it up into puzzle pieces, laminate them, and adhere a piece of magnetic tape onto the back of each piece and encourage the students to "put the puzzle together".

The Champions Curriculum was written specifically for students with special needs. It provides them access to the same Biblical teaching as their peers. Since our students with special needs often require repetition to master the concepts taught, we make folder activities like the one pictured here to reteach the lesson.

The Champions Curriculum was written specifically for students with special needs. It provides them access to the same Biblical teaching as their peers. Since our students with special needs often require repetition to master the concepts taught, we make folder activities like the one pictured here to reteach the lesson.

Basic First/Then chart.  I normally have first "working time" and the student chooses an incentive from his/her choice board for the then side.

# First Then Boards What is a First Then Board? A First Then Board is a visual strategy used to help children with language and/or behavior needs complete specific tasks. This strategy displays two…

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Bible Story Reinforcement for Kids with Special Needs (and ADHD!)

Incorporating movement and visual aids into a small group setting gets kids engaged in the Bible lesson. And nearly always, it helps participants of all abilities connect with the content. Kids w…

Written BY a 14 year old with autism- who better to tell us what is going on inside their minds -and how they'd like us to reach out to them... "How to Talk to an Autistic Kid" by Daniel Stefanski is a great book to add to your shelf!

Written BY an autistic 14 year old - who better to tell us what is going on inside their minds -and how they'd like us to reach out to them. "How to Talk to an Autistic Kid" by Daniel Stefanski is a great book to add to your shelf! **kid with autism

Everything You Need to Organize Your Life as a Special Education Teacher from Mrs. P's Special Education Classroom on TeachersNotebook.com -  (30 pages)  - Organize Your Life! Relieve Some Stress! Special Education Paperwork....NO PROBLEM!

Special Education: Educating students with different learning needs. Special Education students may have aides, iep plan, or other accommodations and modifications to meet their needs.

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