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CHECK THE WEATHER & CLOTHES I CAN WEAR

VISUAL ACADEMICS

$23.95

  • Grades: Kindergarten, 1st Grade
  • Subjects: Life Skills, Special Needs
  • Product Type: Poster/Chart, Worksheet
  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable

Product Description

This program teaches students and young adults with learning differences including the Autism Spectrum, what clothes to wear according to the temperature outside. Check the Weather Charts are extremely beneficial for those on the Autism Spectrum because they tend to have great difficulty understanding the correlation of weather outside and appropriate clothing to wear. CHECK THE WEATHER ACCOMMODATES STUDENTS WHO CAN OR CANNOT WRITE. Charts are male version of Clothes To Wear. Female version is upcoming. HOW TO USE QUIZ SHEETS FOR STUDENTS WHO CANNOT WRITE Use yellow bingo chips for repetitive practice. Use any color press on dots for permanent testing validation. Students who can write - circle the correct answers on the Quiz Sheets

Who is it for?

  • 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
  • Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
  • Students with special needs or learning disabilities
  • Homeschoolers

 

What's included?

  • One    0 - 50      degrees COLOR CODED CHART

  • One  50 - 100    degrees COLOR CODED CHART

  • One    0 - 100    degrees COLOR CODED CHART

    This chart only shows the color coded temperatures.

     It is used when mastery of weather skills is developed.

  • One set of Quiz Sheets to practice and test weather comprehension.

 

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About the Seller

VISUAL ACADEMICS
(2 Reviews)

MY SPECIALTY IS DESIGNING ACADEMIC FORMATS

THAT ACCOMMODATE VISUAL & LITERAL INTELLIGENCE.

 

I share a common thread with students who have learning differences. I think in colors and patterns, and my thought process is literal. My talents are a result of a childhood illness which required me to learn how to use other parts of my brain to overcome paralysis. I am also the parent of an adult son on the Autism Spectrum who was my catalyst for creating Visual Academics.

 

As a Private Tutor, I learned so much from my students. Visual Academics reflects every student I've worked with. I watched them intently, and repeatedly redesigned formats to ensure they could interpret instructions by the literal presentation of information.

 

My goal is to increase literacy skills for students with learning differences and provide teachers who serve these students with a series of "ready to teach" academics that accommodate a variety of learning differences. 

 

 

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