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 […]

Shaving Cream Leaf Craftivity

The Fall craftivity I did with my groups had to do with leaves.  When I saw this technique I had to try it!  I needed a shallow pan, acrylic paints, a squeegee, and shaving cream.  I had the paints, but got the rest of the supplies at the dollar store.  (Regular shaving cream is not […]

How I make my visuals!

Last Friday my sweet little homebound boy asked me if I remembered to make him “Bob the Builder” things.  He told me he loves Bob the Builder and Handy Manny.  He also happens to work on bilabials so these characters are perfect! Sadly, I had totally forgotten to make him an activity!  So this week […]

Room Decor 2014

What a short summer – literally!  My summer was a week shorter than usual because we had to add on days to last year because of all the darn SNOW!  Anyway, I’m not ready to be back to work.  (But who ever is???) My decor has always been pirates in black and white prints with […]

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 […]