I offer these free teacher resources and printables out of my admiration and respect for teachers, who carry a huge workload and also have to find ways to help the special needs children and struggling learners in their classes.
They are aimed at preschool, kindergarten and early elementary teachers, but homeschool moms may find them helpful too!
These free printables are scattered through my site - you will find a brief description of each freebie here and then you can click through to the ones you are interested in.
I have a page full of gross motor exercises on my website that are easy to implement in your classroom. Best of all, you can access a Free Printable OT Mom E-Book TM !
Hop on over to read my article - and don't forget to scroll down to get your free printable at the end!
Is your child struggling to form letters correctly? Does your child want to start writing but you are not sure how to help teach correct letter formations?
You can get a free download of Letter Formation Tips and Strategies on my Letter Formation Tips page. Hop on over to read the tips and download the handout at the end!
I recommend various playdough activities on different pages of my site - and this free mini-e-book pulls them all together in one convenient, printable download.
You will get 6 pages of photographed activities plus my own favorite playdough recipe! Scroll down my Playdough Activities page to find the mini-e-book near the bottom.
These handouts have been designed to help parents and caregivers understand how fine motor, gross motor and visual perception skills can impact on a child's learning.
Here are some free teacher resources for Christmas activities in your classroom or homeschool.
The free Christmas printable activities and the free Christmas cutting activities are linked to activities suggested within my website, particularly, my Christmas Paper Crafts page, and my Fine Motor Christmas Activities page, so do have a look at those pages to see how I suggest you use the printables.
The free Christmas Word Searches are also helpful for kids who need some practice with visual figure-ground perception and visual discrimination skills.
If you like these free Christmas resources, and want more of the same, then please do check out my Christmas printable packs that you can use over and over with your new classes each year!
Kay M. Donato has a valuable page on Teaching Strategies that I think is immensely helpful for anyone who is teaching any child with special needs, not just autism.
So head over to her page on Teaching Strategies for Autism and be encouraged and inspired!
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These free teacher resources arise from requests made and needs identified by
teachers who have contacted me.
It is my hope that teachers all over the world will find these pages helpful, which will enable more children to be the best they can be!
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