This is a great general overview of toys/ lessons that can be demonstrated to kids around 18 months and then left on the shelf for them to play with as they want.
Adaptive Tasks: Safety Kit Assembly
Educational apps can help children focus on learning new skills and building confidence after a divorce.
Breezy Special Ed: Work Tasks (TEACCH) Boxes High school ISC - many tasks are the right level for our classroom
"Autismade Tasks, Cool Classroom", adapted resources for Autism, Special needs and Kindergarten students
Task Analysis is an Evidence Based Practice for Autism. I use task analysis to teach sequential skills to the students in my Special Education classroom. Come read about how I use Task Analysis for teaching all kinds of skill.
Does your child have an Individualized Education Program (IEP)? If this is a new development, you may run into some language you’re not familiar with. Here are key terms you’ll see and hear as you work with the IEP team.
Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical. Here are 10 tips to get your started on setting up and using them. via @drchrisreeve
As special education teachers, you need a LOT of independent tasks in your classroom to meet individual student needs - so let's talk about how to set them up in your class! From theautismhelper.com