I am linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching to share our week. 
We had a VERY busy week!
1. On Wednesday we had our Halloween party. The kiddos had a blast. I try to keep to the routine as much as possible so we still did centers. We played with play-doh and used Halloween cookie cutters and we decorated foam bats with glitter, foam pieces, and rhinestones. We had a snack of marshmallows and pretzels that the kids put in witch's hands. 

2. We made these fun bubble wrap bats. The kids used bubble wrapped rollers to roll out the shadow of the bats. 


3. We did some shaving cream writing. 


4. We learned about fire safety. We got to sit on the fire truck and see the equipment the firemen wear and use. 

5. Next week is also going to be crazy! Halloween, a dentist appt and two days of conferences.
Last, but not least...Go Blue!



Here are the work boxes for this month. 

ABC Puzzle (can find at the Dollar Store). 





Teddy Bear Patterns




Counting 1-6


Build a Train 1-5 with pegs




Sorting Shapes (I found these containers at the Dollar Store too). 


Shape Patterns (found these shapes in the Dollar Spot at Target).


Sorting Erasers (erasers found at Target).






Have a great Wednesday!




Here are some activities you can do for introducing the core vocabulary words what, need, are, is.



Here are some books to enforce these words:

What Does Baby Love? My kiddos LOVE this lift the flap book!

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Some of the corresponding activities is used with this book that you can find here.





Here are some of the songs we will be listening to: 
Mystery Box





What Do You Hear?





Happy Tuesday!


Something that we use with some of our kiddos are first/ then cards.
They are great for students that have autism or for students that are sometimes defiant about completing tasks because they know that once they finish an activity or task they will get to do something they want to do and enjoy doing!
I like to put mine on old dvd cases so I can store the pictures inside of preferable items. 



Here the child knows that once they finish their work (you may choose to use a more specific picture) then they will get to play in the sensory bin. It gives the student something to work for. 


You can find this freebie here.

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