Holiday Ornaments Craftivity

This week with my Preschoolers, ID, and Autism rooms I made ornaments.  We started with a template copied onto different colored construction paper.   Each child got to choose which color ornament they’d like to start.  I showed them all of their options for decorations: rectangles, circles, and gingerbread men.  I cut these with my […]

Fall Craftivities

Ok, so I’m really behind in posting these but I wanted to show you regardless.  My students loved both of these fall/Halloween craftivities.  One even spanned two weeks! First, we did shaving cream mummies.  I started by printing a gingerbread template onto dark gray paper. (If you google “gingerbread template” you’ll find tons of options!) […]

Memorial Day flags

This week in Speech/OT group, we made flags.  My OT colleague found the idea, but I was unable to find the original pin where she found it.  It looked something like this, though it’s not the exact one. We started with pre-cut pieces of white paper with a blue square glued to the top left corner. […]

No-Print Product Review

This week I had the pleasure of trying out my first “no print” activity.  On the surface, this type of product looks just like any other, however, it works just like an app! Jess from Figuratively Speeching was kind enough to give me a copy of her Associations: An Interactive No Print Activity.   There’s […]

Basic Concept Christmas Trees

Last week, my mod-severe autism groups and I started making Christmas Trees.  Most of those students have goals to do with basic concepts of size (short/long and big/little).  When I saw this idea on Pinterest, I knew it was perfect! I started by buying some packs of cute Christmas scrapbook paper.  I found 8.5×11 size […]