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Who enjoys writing IEP goals?  It takes time, lots of thought, and may need to be aligned to state standards.  If writing IEP goals isn't your cup of tea, then let us help!  We'll just need a little bit of info such as, the skills you would like your student to work on, strengths and challenges, and we'll take it from there!  Available September 2015 by visiting http://www.AutismEducators.com .

As the summer rolls on and we're nearing August, our thoughts are already turning towards the classroom.  You just can't help it.  Everywhere store you visit, the Back-To-School march is on!  I have been busy all summer preparing new activities for my students and paraprofessionals, too.  It will make the first week run that much smoother.  For The Paraprofessional In An Autism Classroom (Visit our website AutismEducators.com) or visit our TeachersPayTeachers store at For The Paraprofessional In An Autism Classroom.

With a bit of humor, your paraprofessional will appreciate this handy booklet.  I gave this to my assistant in a binder for her to keep and write notes when she felt that she wanted to jot something noteworthy in the binder.  She loves it!  I'll be sharing pages from this binder with my newsletter subscribers.  To become a subscriber, visit http://www.AutismEducators.com and sign up for free. Enjoy!
Wow!  Can you believe it is March already?  With some of you experiencing ice, snow, and freezing temperatures, I'm sure you can't wait for spring to arrive!  Here are a few activities to help "warm" your classroom up a bit, while keeping with the holiday theme.

First up, let's keep writing!  Our monthly No Prep Fine Motor Packets allow your students to practice writing skills and have fun.  With 32 pages (yes, extras for homework, too) of March theme fine motor practice filled with leprechauns and rainbows, and spring flowers and kites.  Tons of fun for the kiddos!

Fine Motor Skills NO PREP Packet for MARCH
Monthly Fine Motor Skills Practice


Build A Sentence Interactive Activity Book - LEPRECHAUN
Where is the Lucky Leprechaun?  Find the positional words!

Visit our website for more creative activities to help your students master their IEP goals.

Remember, in like a lion, out like a lamb.  Spring will be here soon!
In honor of President's Day, here's a FREEBIE for a FEW, minutes that is!  Now, through February 17, 2015, catch this Touch Math Interchangeable activity for your classroom.  Please let me how you are using this in your classroom.  I'd love to see it in action - send pictures, too!  Enjoy!

Here's the link:  http://autismeducators.com/touch-and-count-interchangeable-number-cards-special-education?search=touch%20and%20count&description=true&page=2

              
Debbie