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⭐Looking for a speech therapy activity or ABA activity to improve receptive language by identifying action cards? This verbs activity includes real life action pictures as well as cartoon action words.

20 common verbs are targeted, broken down into sets for easier instruction for special education or early learners with scaffolded learning from matching to receptive up to a field of 6.

This activity aligns with ABLLS™ C35 Select one of three pictures representing actions.

⭐Looking for an alphabet activity to support preschool or Kindergarten phonological awareness? This early spelling activity helps practice letter sounds by filling in the missing letter in a CVC word.

This is the bundle of TASK CARDSBOOM CARDS™, and a Google Slides™ file, broken down into sets (10 CVC words) by first letter only, last letter only, and middle letter only, with the ability to mix into one set of all together.

⭐ Looking for speech therapy receptive language, identifying pictures, for your ABA, special education, or young student? Great for early literacy building, speech therapy, and working with students with autism and other disabilities. This is receptive identification of common nouns in fields of 3, 4, and 6, broken down into sets of 10 up to 50 pictures of objects. Categories included are animals, food, furniture, clothing, vehicles, and toys. Each set builds upon the previous one to help with generalization of skills.

⭐ These DIGITAL & Print special education data sheets and forms are perfect for assessing and collecting data on students and tracking communication. Content includes Google Forms, Google Slides, full-color printable PDF visuals, and Boom Cards. These are all forms that I have developed and used over time to help in my supervisory and teaching roles, mainly for students on IEPs and staff supporting them. Anything to make my life easier! And hopefully yours!

⭐ 100+ pages of forms and examples.

⭐Looking for help with IEP goals and objectives tracking for early childhood education? Need fresh ideas for preschool, Kindergarten, or 1st grade IEP progress monitoring? This is the BUNDLE of 6 resources which includes 300 goals across 5 domains, not only the IEP goal, but also broken down to objectives and resource ideas! Check it out! It may save you some serious time and mental energy.

Are you looking for an easy, effective way to track & monitor student IEP goals? Created in Google Sheets, these Digital Goal & Data Tracking forms will provide you with meaningful data to assist you in making informed academic decisions for your Special Education students. These Data collection sheets make it easy to share data with staff & parents.

⭐Looking for a great preschool Halloween activity to work on emotions and core words? Enter the build a jack-o-lantern activity! Great for October morning work or speech therapy activities. Available in Boom Cards™, Google Slides™, Easel™, and paper to give you ALL the options!

Students make a choice, build a jack-o-lantern on the pumpkin, then complete a visual and audio sentence with Boardmaker™ icons. Provides audio feedback and familiar PECS symbols.

Variety of backgrounds and pumpkin shapes and lots of silly faces to create!

⭐Looking for some fun preschool nursery rhymes activities to reinforce phonemic awareness and rhyming skills? Something simple and fun for your toddler, preschool, or special education students?

Digital Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™: Listen to the traditional nursery rhyme PLUS a second, fun verse! Then click on the rhyming words to hear them.

Printable PDF Adaptive Book: Print in color to laminate and reuse with velcro or in black-and-white for single use with scissors and glue. Students choose the correct last word from the symbol bank to fill in each sentence. Perfect speech therapy activity!

⭐Looking for some fun preschool nursery rhymes activities to reinforce phonemic awareness and animal sounds during preschool circle time? Something simple and fun for your toddler, preschool, or special education students?

Digital Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™: Select an animal and then hear that animal’s story, then put that animal in the barn before choosing a new animal. Great for choice-making, mouse control, choral responding/nursery rhymes, and general fun. Fun activity with child’s voice singing the song. Includes YouTube™ link.

✤Ready for Weather Bear to help you in your Preschool or Kindergarten Circle Time, Morning Meeting, or Community Circle? This digital version allows you to choose whether you want to have a single-choice for early learners or multiple clothing choices for more verbal or older students.

Students check the weather, choose the weather, and then dress the bear! Early choice-making, direction-following, and drag and drop skills.

⭐ Want a quick and easy way to track a student’s day in order to communicate with parents? Parents want to be informed! And many of the students we worked with can’t tell them how their day went. These forms (in Google Forms™, Google Slides™, and PDF) can be sent in paper or digital forms and take minimal effort but yields great information for the SpEd teacher as well as parents!

Looking for classroom décor that brings clear and clean visuals for your young students? Posters for a sensory room, for a calm down corner, or your general preschool or Kindergarten classroom? Great for brain breaks, self-regulation, and calming strategies for wiggly students.

⭐Working with speech and language therapy students on making requests? How about students with autism or other disabilities and in special education that are learning to ask questions? This simple activity teaches a student, using audio and Boardmaker™ icons, how to request when asked “What do you want?” This teaches the student how to access positive reinforcement using verbal or symbol language (PECS™). It also helps promote asking for help! This resource includes digital Boom Cards™ and a Google Slides™ file plus a print-and-assemble flipbook with the same targets. The printable includes a simple data collection page, too!

This activity aligns with ABLLS™ F4 Requesting when asked “What do you want?” and VB-MAPP™ Mand Level 1.

⭐Looking for vocal imitationrepeating sounds (echoics), or DIGITAL articulation cards? Activities for your speech therapy, ABA, special education, or young student to improve articulation? Check out this set of Boom™ Cards and Google™ Slides file that are great for speech therapy and working with students with autism, apraxia or to help with apraxia assessment. Now includes printable flashcards! Making learning fun!

These are articulation cards for CVCV words. Not all phonemic sounds are addressed; only ones that lend well to a real word/picture for visual cues and the first sounds that are developmentally appropriate for a preschooler.

Aligns with ABLLS-R™ E9 Consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel combinations

⭐Looking for easy-to-assemble printable flashcards or task cards for your special education or ABA students? Working on identifying nouns for receptive and expressive language goals in your speech and language therapy sessions? These labeling / tacting cards include the most common nouns, using cute and simple clipart so that they print beautifully.

❤️ Need a fun and simplified way to work on beginning social skills? Preschool Social Emotional Learning Activities can be hard to find, especially simple enough for early childhood special education students.

❤️ This is a short digital and print lesson titled I Need. This activity teaches all about internal events and communication. “Sometimes there’s a grumbly in my tummy, and I’m hungry. This is when I need to EAT!” Uses Boardmaker™ sentence stems with Core Words.

Includes 10 internal events (eat, drink, need a coat, need a blanket, go potty, wash hands, go to bed, take a break, move my body, and have some quiet) and the last 10 slides are interactive and allow student to complete each sentence. 

⭐Check out this exciting preschool social emotional learning social narrative and activity! This is one of many-to-come ORIGINAL social learning stories with original artwork. The story is presented in a choice format with the reader making choices when given a simple scenario.

This 20-page SEL story and activity is Goofy Gary Learns to Greet. Readers get to choose how Goofy Gary should greet a few different people during his day and see how their choice works out for him! They learn what the “hidden rules” are for greeting people.

❤️ Need a fun and simplified way to work on beginning social skills? Preschool Social Emotional Learning Activities can be hard to find, especially simple enough for early childhood special education students.

❤️ This is a short digital and print lesson titled I Can Calm Myself. Students learn self-regulation and self-control techniques in a short digital lesson which includes an 11-slide narrative (aka Social Story™) and then a 6-slide activity to reinforce the lesson. The lesson should take no more than 5-10 minutes, and then there is a short coloring sheet for class and a take-home coloring book that has the lesson in it, as well.

Looking for an engaging way to teach letter matching upper and lower case letters for preschool and kindergarten letter activities? An early phonemic awareness activity that introduces spelling? This matching letters to words activity is great for preschool or kindergarten literacy centers. Students match letters to 3, 4, and 5-letter words to letters in words in digital and print formats.

⭐Looking for a simple but fun set of alphabet activities for your early learners in digital and print? Useful as letter of the week or just anytime, this resource includes Google Slides™, BOOM Cards™, PDF printables, and YouTube™ links of the same content. Also included in the preschool, PreK learning curriculum by ABA in School.

A slide for every letter! Fun activities for each capital letter of the alphabet. Simple drag and drop or selecting activities involving finding each of the 26 capital letters.

This deck is Preschool Week 8 ELA Nursery Rhymes Humpty Dumpty. Using well-known nursery rhymes and songs, each week will break it down into learning targets and…. FUN! Humpty is a short rhyme that now has a fun second verse! See how Humpty gets out of his mess. The last few slides are auditory, listening to rhyming words, some inspired by the nursery rhyme.

This deck is Preschool Week 6 ELA Blending Compound Words. Students click two pictures to hear their words, and then they click the compound word to hear it. This deck is purely instructional, modeling blending words together to make a compound word. There are no right or wrong answers, just listening to the sounds!

This deck is Preschool Week 3 ELA Receptive Rhyming words; most difficult — words that don’t rhyme differ by only one sound, the difference even more subtle than the previous weeks’ words.

Each slide shows two pictures, audio words, a hidden written word (in case audio isn’t working and an adult is assisting), and a YES/NO selection choice. Student clicks on the audio clue to hear each word and then decides if the two words rhyme or not.

Looking for alphabet letter tracing and number tracing activities with correct letter and number formation? Alphabet tracing is a fundamental skill in preschool writing which combines fine motor activities, phonemic awareness, and speech therapy sounds, and number tracing helps with numerical sense, counting, and preschool math skills.

⭐Looking for a way for students to practice tracing lines and shapes for pre-writing and fine motor skills? This activity uses simple but cute clip art and fun activities to keep students engaged. Includes printable data collection sheets.

⭐This resource encompasses all the required elements of the ABLLS S3 goal for tracing lines and simple shapes. Skills are presented in the order of difficulty.

⭐Looking for an alphabet activity to support preschool or Kindergarten phonological awareness? This early spelling activity helps practice letter sounds by filling in the missing letter in a CVC word.

This is a set of BOOM CARDS™ and a Google Slides™ file, broken down into sets (10 CVC words) by first letter only, last letter only, and middle letter only, with the ability to mix into one set of all together.

Numbers and Counting

⭐ Are you working on preschool math or special education math, counting to 10? Looking for some independent preschool morning work? This simple number sense activity works on counting to 10 in a systematic way, great for young students or students with disabilities, even toddlers learning numbers or homeschool preschool. Perfect for ABA or discrete trial training and table work!

This resource has both digital and print materials including 6 Boom Cards decks, an all-in-one Google Slides file, printable worksheets, and print-and-assemble task cards!

⭐Working on numbers 0-10 with your preschool or even toddler students? Looking for something for number of the day or preschool morning work? This all-inclusive digital and print math activity combines many preschool math and numbers skills, receptive number and number identification, interspersing fun activities and learning opportunities. Perfect for homeschool preschool learning! Don’t forget the simple data collection page. Check it out!

Looking for early number sense and number identification skills for toddler and preschool? 0-5 number recognition and number activities for your young learners with fun and simple visuals, excellent for early learners and special education.

⭐This resource is a Printable PDF and includes Digital Google Slides™ and BOOM Cards™ making this resource perfect for in-person, hybrid, or distance learning.

⭐Skills include receptive numeral, receptive number of objects, match number objects to numeral, 10-frame, counting objects out of larger set, numbers blocks, tracing, and visual representation (adding dots to numbers). Some errorless slides, but most require discrimination of skills. Fun but simple activities like dot-to-dot and color by numbers to reinforce the skills.

⭐Looking for telling time activities for your K-2 morning work or math center? This NEWLY REVISED math activity involves DIGITAL and PRINT time telling activities to the hour, the half hour, the quarter hour, and to the 5-minute mark. There is a lot of stuff here. Check it out!

This resource aligns with ABLLS-R™ R21 Telling Time.

This deck is Preschool Week 9 Math big/small and long/short MATH words using fun images, comparatives and superlatives (-er and -est). The targets do NOT include numerals or actual counting yet; this is preparatory to that. After four slides of demonstration of big/bigger/biggest, small/smaller/smallest, long/longer/longest, and short/shorter/shortest, students are asked “which is longer” or “give the biggest ….” and drag and drop the correct answer from options.

Click on the thumbs above to find colors and shapes!

⭐ Looking for a behavior system for your special education behavior classroom (EBD or SLC)? This resource is intended for classroom behavior management and behavior goal progress monitoring and includes classroom behavior chart and schedules. Similar to the old behavior clip chart, this system is specific for the more restricted settings where students require a high level of support and intervention. This system is intended for special education teachers who are well-versed in positive and proactive discipline and should not be used in a punitive manner.

For some students, this level of structured learning and high expectations is necessary to provide them with the best opportunities for learning and social interactions.

⭐ Looking for a form for teachers and staff to request support from your behavior support team at the district? This is the form we are using if a teacher or other support staff want to have us consult on a student in general education, special education, or students receiving ABA services. It helps teachers have some ownership on data collection and doing some footwork before we step through the door. So much help!!!

⭐ Looking for digital and print options to record daily incidents of challenging or problem behavior? Great for special education and students receiving ABA services. Great to work with data collection measures for analysis of problem behavior trends.

✨ This resources contains a variety of forms for behavior data measurement systems in digital (Google Forms for 6 measurements and Google Slides for 11) and print (PDF with 11 measurements) giving you choice. All forms are editable in Slides and Google Forms formats.

⭐Are you looking for independent work matching activities for your early learning environment? How about a sort of flipbook that works on speech and language category sorting skills? Special education IEP goals around matching identical pictures or sorting by class?

❤️Are you looking for independent work or a busy book for your preschooler or younger students in a way that is FUN and engaging? These binders are completely customizable, so you can individualize or use in group activities.

This resource includes Printable PDF versions of language pictures (cartoon and real photos) and academic targets. They can be used for morning work and as a learning book for your specialists like speech therapy or IEP goals.

❤️Nothing but fun in this BOOM DECK! Just 10 simple slides for the toddler/preschool age to be used as an ice breaker or conversation / communication practice. Some silly slides (pick up poop or clean the litter box) and some genuine (have a dog or a cat)?

❤️ Worksheet fun to send home or use over a summer or other break for your preschoolers! These are short activities in ELA, Math, SEL, and Language to do with your preschooler or rising Kindergartener over the summer to keep their skills up. They can also be sent home to parents for summer skills. Excellent for homeschool preschool, too.

These are simple worksheets that can be done one-a-day over the course of 10 weeks. Each page should take no more than a few minutes a day because the rest of the summer should be about running on the beach! But I know when my kids were young, I enjoyed having some small learning to do each day to keep our days somewhat structured (especially for my boy on the spectrum!).

❤️ Looking for a preschool curriculum that contains simple lessons for your special education or early learning preschoolers? How about a combination of digital materials and print extension activities?

This resource has easy-to-follow activities and includes Printable PDF versions, Digital Google Slides and BOOM Cards making this resource perfect for in-person, hybrid or distance learning. Subjects include ELA, Math, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), Language (Communication and Speech), and fun activities. Lessons are short and easy to work on when you are short on time (or short on attention spans!).

❤️ Looking for a preschool curriculum that contains simple lessons for your special education or early learning preschoolers? How about a combination of digital materials and print extension activities?

This resource has easy-to-follow activities and includes Printable PDF versions, Digital Google Slides and BOOM Cards making this resource perfect for in-person, hybrid or distance learning. Subjects include ELA, Math, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), Language (Communication and Speech), and fun activities. Lessons are short and easy to work on when you are short on time (or short on attention spans!).

ABLLS-R™ VB-MAPP™


⭐Looking for a speech therapy activity or ABA activity to improve receptive language by identifying action cards? This verbs activity includes real life action pictures as well as cartoon action words.

20 common verbs are targeted, broken down into sets for easier instruction for special education or early learners with scaffolded learning from matching to receptive up to a field of 6.

This activity aligns with ABLLS™ C35 Select one of three pictures representing actions.


⭐Looking for an alphabet activity to support preschool or Kindergarten phonological awareness? This early spelling activity helps practice letter sounds by filling in the missing letter in a CVC word.

This is the bundle of TASK CARDSBOOM CARDS™, and a Google Slides™ file, broken down into sets (10 CVC words) by first letter only, last letter only, and middle letter only, with the ability to mix into one set of all together.


⭐ Looking for speech therapy receptive language, identifying pictures, for your ABA, special education, or young student? Great for early literacy building, speech therapy, and working with students with autism and other disabilities. This is receptive identification of common nouns in fields of 3, 4, and 6, broken down into sets of 10 up to 50 pictures of objects. Categories included are animals, food, furniture, clothing, vehicles, and toys. Each set builds upon the previous one to help with generalization of skills.

Assessment and Data Collection


⭐ These DIGITAL & Print special education data sheets and forms are perfect for assessing and collecting data on students and tracking communication. Content includes Google Forms, Google Slides, full-color printable PDF visuals, and Boom Cards. These are all forms that I have developed and used over time to help in my supervisory and teaching roles, mainly for students on IEPs and staff supporting them. Anything to make my life easier! And hopefully yours!

⭐ 100+ pages of forms and examples.


⭐Looking for help with IEP goals and objectives tracking for early childhood education? Need fresh ideas for preschool, Kindergarten, or 1st grade IEP progress monitoring? This is the BUNDLE of 6 resources which includes 300 goals across 5 domains, not only the IEP goal, but also broken down to objectives and resource ideas! Check it out! It may save you some serious time and mental energy.


Are you looking for an easy, effective way to track & monitor student IEP goals? Created in Google Sheets, these Digital Goal & Data Tracking forms will provide you with meaningful data to assist you in making informed academic decisions for your Special Education students. These Data collection sheets make it easy to share data with staff & parents.

Booms Cards



⭐Looking for a great preschool Halloween activity to work on emotions and core words? Enter the build a jack-o-lantern activity! Great for October morning work or speech therapy activities. Available in Boom Cards™, Google Slides™, Easel™, and paper to give you ALL the options!

Students make a choice, build a jack-o-lantern on the pumpkin, then complete a visual and audio sentence with Boardmaker™ icons. Provides audio feedback and familiar PECS symbols.

Variety of backgrounds and pumpkin shapes and lots of silly faces to create!


⭐Looking for some fun preschool nursery rhymes activities to reinforce phonemic awareness and rhyming skills? Something simple and fun for your toddler, preschool, or special education students?

Digital Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™: Listen to the traditional nursery rhyme PLUS a second, fun verse! Then click on the rhyming words to hear them.

Printable PDF Adaptive Book: Print in color to laminate and reuse with velcro or in black-and-white for single use with scissors and glue. Students choose the correct last word from the symbol bank to fill in each sentence. Perfect speech therapy activity!


⭐Looking for some fun preschool nursery rhymes activities to reinforce phonemic awareness and animal sounds during preschool circle time? Something simple and fun for your toddler, preschool, or special education students?

Digital Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™: Select an animal and then hear that animal’s story, then put that animal in the barn before choosing a new animal. Great for choice-making, mouse control, choral responding/nursery rhymes, and general fun. Fun activity with child’s voice singing the song. Includes YouTube™ link.

Stuff for the Teacher / Classroom


✤Ready for Weather Bear to help you in your Preschool or Kindergarten Circle Time, Morning Meeting, or Community Circle? This digital version allows you to choose whether you want to have a single-choice for early learners or multiple clothing choices for more verbal or older students.

Students check the weather, choose the weather, and then dress the bear! Early choice-making, direction-following, and drag and drop skills.


⭐ Want a quick and easy way to track a student’s day in order to communicate with parents? Parents want to be informed! And many of the students we worked with can’t tell them how their day went. These forms (in Google Forms™, Google Slides™, and PDF) can be sent in paper or digital forms and take minimal effort but yields great information for the SpEd teacher as well as parents!


Looking for classroom décor that brings clear and clean visuals for your young students? Posters for a sensory room, for a calm down corner, or your general preschool or Kindergarten classroom? Great for brain breaks, self-regulation, and calming strategies for wiggly students.

Speech and Language


⭐Working with speech and language therapy students on making requests? How about students with autism or other disabilities and in special education that are learning to ask questions? This simple activity teaches a student, using audio and Boardmaker™ icons, how to request when asked “What do you want?” This teaches the student how to access positive reinforcement using verbal or symbol language (PECS™). It also helps promote asking for help! This resource includes digital Boom Cards™ and a Google Slides™ file plus a print-and-assemble flipbook with the same targets. The printable includes a simple data collection page, too!

This activity aligns with ABLLS™ F4 Requesting when asked “What do you want?” and VB-MAPP™ Mand Level 1.


⭐Looking for vocal imitationrepeating sounds (echoics), or DIGITAL articulation cards? Activities for your speech therapy, ABA, special education, or young student to improve articulation? Check out this set of Boom™ Cards and Google™ Slides file that are great for speech therapy and working with students with autism, apraxia or to help with apraxia assessment. Now includes printable flashcards! Making learning fun!

These are articulation cards for CVCV words. Not all phonemic sounds are addressed; only ones that lend well to a real word/picture for visual cues and the first sounds that are developmentally appropriate for a preschooler.

Aligns with ABLLS-R™ E9 Consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel combinations


⭐Looking for easy-to-assemble printable flashcards or task cards for your special education or ABA students? Working on identifying nouns for receptive and expressive language goals in your speech and language therapy sessions? These labeling / tacting cards include the most common nouns, using cute and simple clipart so that they print beautifully.

Social Emotional Learning


❤️ Need a fun and simplified way to work on beginning social skills? Preschool Social Emotional Learning Activities can be hard to find, especially simple enough for early childhood special education students.

❤️ This is a short digital and print lesson titled I Need. This activity teaches all about internal events and communication. “Sometimes there’s a grumbly in my tummy, and I’m hungry. This is when I need to EAT!” Uses Boardmaker™ sentence stems with Core Words.

Includes 10 internal events (eat, drink, need a coat, need a blanket, go potty, wash hands, go to bed, take a break, move my body, and have some quiet) and the last 10 slides are interactive and allow student to complete each sentence. 


⭐Check out this exciting preschool social emotional learning social narrative and activity! This is one of many-to-come ORIGINAL social learning stories with original artwork. The story is presented in a choice format with the reader making choices when given a simple scenario.

This 20-page SEL story and activity is Goofy Gary Learns to Greet. Readers get to choose how Goofy Gary should greet a few different people during his day and see how their choice works out for him! They learn what the “hidden rules” are for greeting people.


❤️ Need a fun and simplified way to work on beginning social skills? Preschool Social Emotional Learning Activities can be hard to find, especially simple enough for early childhood special education students.

❤️ This is a short digital and print lesson titled I Can Calm Myself. Students learn self-regulation and self-control techniques in a short digital lesson which includes an 11-slide narrative (aka Social Story™) and then a 6-slide activity to reinforce the lesson. The lesson should take no more than 5-10 minutes, and then there is a short coloring sheet for class and a take-home coloring book that has the lesson in it, as well.

Alphabet Activities


Looking for an engaging way to teach letter matching upper and lower case letters for preschool and kindergarten letter activities? An early phonemic awareness activity that introduces spelling? This matching letters to words activity is great for preschool or kindergarten literacy centers. Students match letters to 3, 4, and 5-letter words to letters in words in digital and print formats.


⭐Looking for a simple but fun set of alphabet activities for your early learners in digital and print? Useful as letter of the week or just anytime, this resource includes Google Slides™, BOOM Cards™, PDF printables, and YouTube™ links of the same content. Also included in the preschool, PreK learning curriculum by ABA in School.


A slide for every letter! Fun activities for each capital letter of the alphabet. Simple drag and drop or selecting activities involving finding each of the 26 capital letters.

Reading


This deck is Preschool Week 8 ELA Nursery Rhymes Humpty Dumpty. Using well-known nursery rhymes and songs, each week will break it down into learning targets and…. FUN! Humpty is a short rhyme that now has a fun second verse! See how Humpty gets out of his mess. The last few slides are auditory, listening to rhyming words, some inspired by the nursery rhyme.


This deck is Preschool Week 6 ELA Blending Compound Words. Students click two pictures to hear their words, and then they click the compound word to hear it. This deck is purely instructional, modeling blending words together to make a compound word. There are no right or wrong answers, just listening to the sounds!


This deck is Preschool Week 3 ELA Receptive Rhyming words; most difficult — words that don’t rhyme differ by only one sound, the difference even more subtle than the previous weeks’ words.

Each slide shows two pictures, audio words, a hidden written word (in case audio isn’t working and an adult is assisting), and a YES/NO selection choice. Student clicks on the audio clue to hear each word and then decides if the two words rhyme or not.

Writing


Looking for alphabet letter tracing and number tracing activities with correct letter and number formation? Alphabet tracing is a fundamental skill in preschool writing which combines fine motor activities, phonemic awareness, and speech therapy sounds, and number tracing helps with numerical sense, counting, and preschool math skills.


⭐Looking for a way for students to practice tracing lines and shapes for pre-writing and fine motor skills? This activity uses simple but cute clip art and fun activities to keep students engaged. Includes printable data collection sheets.

⭐This resource encompasses all the required elements of the ABLLS S3 goal for tracing lines and simple shapes. Skills are presented in the order of difficulty.


⭐Looking for an alphabet activity to support preschool or Kindergarten phonological awareness? This early spelling activity helps practice letter sounds by filling in the missing letter in a CVC word.

This is a set of BOOM CARDS™ and a Google Slides™ file, broken down into sets (10 CVC words) by first letter only, last letter only, and middle letter only, with the ability to mix into one set of all together.

Numbers and Counting


⭐ Are you working on preschool math or special education math, counting to 10? Looking for some independent preschool morning work? This simple number sense activity works on counting to 10 in a systematic way, great for young students or students with disabilities, even toddlers learning numbers or homeschool preschool. Perfect for ABA or discrete trial training and table work!

This resource has both digital and print materials including 6 Boom Cards decks, an all-in-one Google Slides file, printable worksheets, and print-and-assemble task cards!


⭐Working on numbers 0-10 with your preschool or even toddler students? Looking for something for number of the day or preschool morning work? This all-inclusive digital and print math activity combines many preschool math and numbers skills, receptive number and number identification, interspersing fun activities and learning opportunities. Perfect for homeschool preschool learning! Don’t forget the simple data collection page. Check it out!


Looking for early number sense and number identification skills for toddler and preschool? 0-5 number recognition and number activities for your young learners with fun and simple visuals, excellent for early learners and special education.

⭐This resource is a Printable PDF and includes Digital Google Slides™ and BOOM Cards™ making this resource perfect for in-person, hybrid, or distance learning.

⭐Skills include receptive numeral, receptive number of objects, match number objects to numeral, 10-frame, counting objects out of larger set, numbers blocks, tracing, and visual representation (adding dots to numbers). Some errorless slides, but most require discrimination of skills. Fun but simple activities like dot-to-dot and color by numbers to reinforce the skills.

Math


⭐Looking for telling time activities for your K-2 morning work or math center? This NEWLY REVISED math activity involves DIGITAL and PRINT time telling activities to the hour, the half hour, the quarter hour, and to the 5-minute mark. There is a lot of stuff here. Check it out!

This resource aligns with ABLLS-R™ R21 Telling Time.


This deck is Preschool Week 9 Math big/small and long/short MATH words using fun images, comparatives and superlatives (-er and -est). The targets do NOT include numerals or actual counting yet; this is preparatory to that. After four slides of demonstration of big/bigger/biggest, small/smaller/smallest, long/longer/longest, and short/shorter/shortest, students are asked “which is longer” or “give the biggest ….” and drag and drop the correct answer from options.

Click on the thumbs above to find colors and shapes!


Behavior


⭐ Looking for a behavior system for your special education behavior classroom (EBD or SLC)? This resource is intended for classroom behavior management and behavior goal progress monitoring and includes classroom behavior chart and schedules. Similar to the old behavior clip chart, this system is specific for the more restricted settings where students require a high level of support and intervention. This system is intended for special education teachers who are well-versed in positive and proactive discipline and should not be used in a punitive manner.

For some students, this level of structured learning and high expectations is necessary to provide them with the best opportunities for learning and social interactions.


⭐ Looking for a form for teachers and staff to request support from your behavior support team at the district? This is the form we are using if a teacher or other support staff want to have us consult on a student in general education, special education, or students receiving ABA services. It helps teachers have some ownership on data collection and doing some footwork before we step through the door. So much help!!!


⭐ Looking for digital and print options to record daily incidents of challenging or problem behavior? Great for special education and students receiving ABA services. Great to work with data collection measures for analysis of problem behavior trends.

✨ This resources contains a variety of forms for behavior data measurement systems in digital (Google Forms for 6 measurements and Google Slides for 11) and print (PDF with 11 measurements) giving you choice. All forms are editable in Slides and Google Forms formats.

Fun Stuff



⭐Are you looking for independent work matching activities for your early learning environment? How about a sort of flipbook that works on speech and language category sorting skills? Special education IEP goals around matching identical pictures or sorting by class?


❤️Are you looking for independent work or a busy book for your preschooler or younger students in a way that is FUN and engaging? These binders are completely customizable, so you can individualize or use in group activities.

This resource includes Printable PDF versions of language pictures (cartoon and real photos) and academic targets. They can be used for morning work and as a learning book for your specialists like speech therapy or IEP goals.


❤️Nothing but fun in this BOOM DECK! Just 10 simple slides for the toddler/preschool age to be used as an ice breaker or conversation / communication practice. Some silly slides (pick up poop or clean the litter box) and some genuine (have a dog or a cat)?

Preschool Curriculum


❤️ Worksheet fun to send home or use over a summer or other break for your preschoolers! These are short activities in ELA, Math, SEL, and Language to do with your preschooler or rising Kindergartener over the summer to keep their skills up. They can also be sent home to parents for summer skills. Excellent for homeschool preschool, too.

These are simple worksheets that can be done one-a-day over the course of 10 weeks. Each page should take no more than a few minutes a day because the rest of the summer should be about running on the beach! But I know when my kids were young, I enjoyed having some small learning to do each day to keep our days somewhat structured (especially for my boy on the spectrum!).


❤️ Looking for a preschool curriculum that contains simple lessons for your special education or early learning preschoolers? How about a combination of digital materials and print extension activities?

This resource has easy-to-follow activities and includes Printable PDF versions, Digital Google Slides and BOOM Cards making this resource perfect for in-person, hybrid or distance learning. Subjects include ELA, Math, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), Language (Communication and Speech), and fun activities. Lessons are short and easy to work on when you are short on time (or short on attention spans!).


❤️ Looking for a preschool curriculum that contains simple lessons for your special education or early learning preschoolers? How about a combination of digital materials and print extension activities?

This resource has easy-to-follow activities and includes Printable PDF versions, Digital Google Slides and BOOM Cards making this resource perfect for in-person, hybrid or distance learning. Subjects include ELA, Math, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), Language (Communication and Speech), and fun activities. Lessons are short and easy to work on when you are short on time (or short on attention spans!).

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