Our classroom is made up of 10 hardworking, bright, effervescent, and remarkable students. The classroom is a substantially separate room in a Title I school, in which each student has an autism diagnosis.
Each student brings something special to the classroom.
They all have a range of different abilities. Our main goal in our room is to promote independence in many areas including self-care skills, self-regulation, social skills, academics, gross motor skills, fine motor, and much more throughout the year.
Throughout the day my students work on their ELA IEP goals and objectives. The materials in this project is to help each student with their achievements!
Each student is at a varying level academically!
The Lakeshore Who, What and Where Storytelling boxes will help students learn to answer Wh-questions. The Lakeshore clip Sight Words will teach students how to spell given a model. The Lakeshore Antonym and Synonym puzzles will help students work on words that mean the same and opposites.
The best part about this project, is some of the materials are Errorless which will allow my students to work on the tasks independently! Allowing my students to work independently will increase classroom independence which will set them up for future successes!
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