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Sunday 1 March 2015

The Sunday Share is back!

It's been a couple of weeks since I have posted anything here…what can I say?  Life is busy!!!  Thankfully, I don't have any followers to disappoint!  Ha!  Anyway, today's post will be short and sweet as I am currently working on organizing a fundraiser for Autism Awareness month…more info on this will be posted in the next little while.

So, what do I have to share with you today?  Well, I have some exciting news!!!  Drumroll please….  

We have opened a store on the Teachers Pay Teachers website!!!

That's right, you can now go to our store to download free and low cost teaching materials made by the gals in the ATC!  And since they're made by us, you know they will perfect for your students!  Plus, when you buy our products you will be helping students with Autism in both local school boards!  Our store is not for profit and all profits gained will go towards the purchase of educational learning materials, sensory items and technology for students with Autism!  Not only will you get some awesome teaching resources, you will be helping other students at the same time!  If we raise enough money, we may be able to provide some release time for PD sessions for teachers and EAs in our local school boards!!!  How awesome is that?!  

To celebrate the grand opening of our store, I have 3 St. Patrick's Day themed packets to share with you.  If you download any of our products, please leave feedback and rate them.  This will help to build our reputation as a quality store.  Oh and don't forget to follow us so that you can keep up to date on all of our new products!  Click here to visit our store.  And now for the freebies!

I made three different packets for St. Patrick's Day.  As some of you know, my current group of students are very early learners with limited skills.  All of the St. Patrick's Day games are too hard for this group, so I had to make my own!  I have one little guy who loves to draw and colour, so I needed some colouring sheets.  I also wanted to be able to use them with my other students who aren't so keen on colouring, but need to build their fine motor skills.  So, I made this mini colouring sheet packet which will be easier and more enjoyable for them to complete.  The packet contains 5 pages of colouring sheets, with a total of 20 colouring sheets.

I also made some flashcards that tie into the St. Patrick's Day theme.  I am big on the need to generalize skills and having multiple exemplars is one way to ensure generalization.

The last packet I made is for matching and sorting skills.  As I said earlier, my current students are very limited in their skills and we need activities that they will be successful with.  We also need to keep it fresh so that they will be interested and engaged in learning.  The activities in this packet focus on matching and sorting by appearance and by colour.  The easy matching board has just 4 images, as that is all my one student can handle at this time.  The other students will be completing the tasks with more images.

To download any of these packets, click on the image or visit our store:  https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Adventures-In-The-Atc

These items won't be free for long!  So get them while you can!

Thanks for stopping by on yet another snowy Sunday!  I'd love to hear what you have planned for your students for St. Patrick's Day!  Comment below or send me an email!

Until next time…

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