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!) […]

Halloween Craftivities

For the last two weeks I’ve done some cute, simple Halloween crafts with my Preschoolers and Intellectual Disabilities rooms. The first was a fun candy corn activity where we used a rather unconventional paint brush.  I saw this idea first here.  I used cotton balls held by clothes pins; I wrapped a rubber band around the […]

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. […]

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 […]