1. Color Snow Flake MatchingI love using this activity with my students who are learning color words! Students match the color word with the correct snowflake. Check it out here!
2. January Work TasksMrs. P's Specialties has 3 work tasks that are perfect for January! Matching, labeling and how many. Check them out here!
3. Editable Activity MatrixErin from You AUT-a Know has a great activity matrix that will be perfect to use with embedding instruction. It enables you to make activity matrices to plan out how to work on student IEP goals throughout the day. Check it out here!
4. Counting Snowball 0 - 20Traci from The Bender Bunch has an awesome count & clip task card freebie that practices numbers 1-20. The clothes pins allow for extra fine motor practice, but you could also use dry erase markers. Check it out here!
5. Social StoryAll Things Special Ed has a Being Good Friends Social story that will be great to remind some of our friends what it looks like to be a good friend. After about 2 weeks of possible unstructured activities at home, our kids may need those gentle reminders. Check it out here!
6. Winter Hat GlyphDelightfully Dedicated Special Education has this adorable hat glyph that uses Smarty Symbols. The students design their hats based on the answer to the questions. This is a great way to work on IEP goals that focus on answering questions wth 2 choices. You can find it here!
7. New Year Goal WritingTeaching students to develop goals is an important skill. Autism Educators has developed this goal setting for visual learners. You can find it here!
8. Short A practiceNeed some easy phonic practice for your students? One Room School House has a no-prep freebie for short A practice. Directions to use the file on the ipad are also included. Find it here!
If you have another freebie that you would like to share please leave it in the comments!!