Monday, October 26, 2015

WeTeachSped Tricks & Treats Blog Hop

Thanks for hopping to my blog! I hope you are enjoying our Sped. Tricks & Treats! Keep reading to get a trick, a treat, and the link to the next blogger on the hop! 


Most of my students have the ability to transition within our daily schedule with a timer and verbal prompt. I have a couple who use tactile schedules and two that still need a visual and to 'check their schedule.'  There are some days where my students are finishing their choice time and I just can't get them to transition (especially to group work), so I had to include something FUN.  I needed it to be related to transitioning to their desk, disguised as a transition cue and a reinforcement for them to come to their desk.  Therefore the participation stickers were created!! 

I place a sticker on each child's desk.  While they clean up and check their schedules they get really excited to rush to their desk and place their sticker on their strip! 

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If a student is struggling with cleaning up or even checking his schedule I will use behavioral momentum to get them going and incorporate more stickers for every part of the task they complete. 

When they fill up a strip, they get money which allows them to purchase something from our class treasure box. 
Class Dojo Sticker Freebie! 

 Grab freebie here!
Grab freebie here!

I have added Class Dojo monsters to my participation sticker set!  You can easily calculate their sticker total on their desk and transfer it into the class dojo system.  Again, I use it for students to earn money for reinforcements. 

If you want my entire sticker can purchase it below and 1/2 off! 

Sticker Participation system! 

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Hop on over to Caitlin's blog at Learning Ahoy!! for more Tricks & Treats! 

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Monday, October 12, 2015

10/15 Meal Prep Monday

Hey fellow teachers!! I'm excited to start this monthly link-up. I know I get bored of the same foods week after week.  Some weekends I don't have a lot of time to prep or search Pinterest for unique lunch ideas and other times I can't make it to the store to restock...therefore I get stuck with the same ole' boring lunch or frozen meal.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Organizing Sped Visuals

Hey readers! I'm glad to be sharing how I store the visuals in my classroom.  I store schedule icons, communication icons, and any 'extra' visuals I would need during the day in 2 easy locations. I would love to have splurged on a Success box, but just couldn't bring myself to spending $35 since I knew I could figure out a way to make something similar for less! 

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Check out how I created my own DIY 'Success box.'