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Did you know that errorless tasks are a great way to increase independence and build confidence?!
Errorless learning is a method of teaching in which the child is presented with all the correct answers. This way they can be successful with the task because there are NO wrong answers!
I know, it sounds confusing. But when teaching a new skill it is important to ensure that the child has multiple contacts with the information. Why not have one of them be a field of answers, all of which are correct.
This errorless task focuses on money identification skills. Check it out and comment below with any topics you’d like to see included in future sets! ... See MoreSee Less
I FINALLY added 3 new books to the Let's Achieve Interactive Book Series!
Interactive books are a great way to teach and practice basic skills. These books feature a variety of early academic and fine motor tasks.
Each book in the Let’s Achieve Interactive Book Series is assigned a seasonal theme which focuses on the following skills: counting, letter sounds, positional words, spelling, building, matching, sorting, sculpting, writing, answering questions, reading, stacking puzzle pieces, tracing, creating, pretending and coloring.
Want to see more? Check out a video of the book "How Does Your Garden Grow?" in action!
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Check out one of the latest books in the spring set of my Let's Achieve Book Series. ... See MoreSee Less
When my career in special education first began, I quickly learned about the importance of having a "good" set of noun photo cards. These cards can be used to target a variety of skills, including matching, labeling, and sorting.
Many of you are probably familiar with the blue box of Language Builder cards that have been around forever. The cards included in this set are great, but the box is so expensive. For a young therapist, just starting out, buying my own set of cards wasn't a reality. Therefore, I always ended up making my own sets of cards for clients.
Plus, for those of you who use the VB-MAPP, how many times have you made, and remade, sets of stimuli to use for testing students?!
My goal with this set of 300 Real Photo Noun Cards was to make YOUR job easier by putting together a clean, relevant, and inexpensive list of common nouns to use for testing or teaching purposes. I even included a set of word cards to accompany each noun picture.
Do you have a student who is working on identical matching? Print two sets of cards. Non-identical matching? Combine this set of cards with another noun card set. The possibilities are endless!
Don't forget TPT is having a site-wide sale that ends at midnight tonight. These sales only come around 4 times a year, so don't miss out! You have 6 more hours to get 25% off everything in my store! I will post the links to this product, my TPT store and more, in the comments below! ... See MoreSee Less
This week I teamed up with several other special educators and we are throwing a ❄️ WINTER SALE ❄️ over on TPT.
For the next four days search using the following hashtags:
$3 deals - Jan. 26th - #warmupwithsped3
$2 deals - Jan. 27th - #warmupwithsped2
$1 deals - Jan. 28th - #warmupwithsped1
50% off deals - Jan. 29th - #warmupwithspedhalfoff
I’ll be offering deals on some of my most popular products! See the picture for details! ... See MoreSee Less