Angry Octopus: An Anger Management Story Introducing Active Progressive Muscular Relaxation and Deep Breathing

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August, 2018
Lori Lite
December 1, 2011
Angry Octopus: An Anger Management Story Introducing Active Progressive Muscular Relaxation and Deep Breathing

Angry Octopus is a storybook designed to introduce young children to progressive muscle relaxation as a strategy to regulate their emotions.

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Author: Lori Lite
Publisher: Stress Free Kids (2011)
Binding: Paperback, 30 pages

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“I Have Autism” A Child’s First Look at Autism

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June, 2018
“I Have Autism” A Child’s First Look at Autism
2005
“I Have Autism” A Child’s First Look at Autism

"I Have Autism" is a book designed to help parents and teachers explain autism to a young child. The book focuses on the child’s strengths and individual characteristics while explaining the student how and why he or she might struggle with certain skills. The book also has tips on explaining autism to other children as well as other professionals. Part of the book also includes a reproducible booklet that the child can complete with an adult which contains all of the information about his/her strengths, challenges, and strategies that he or she can use.

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Simply Social 7 at School

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May, 2018
Angie Neal & Rynette R. Kjesbo
2011
Simply Social 7 at School

Simply Social 7 is a reproducible workbook designed to help students develop stronger social skills. The book contains various worksheets spread across various themes – introductory social skills, conversational skills, academic skills, relationship skills, conflict management skills, and emotional
communication skills.
Each topic is broken down to:
· 7 simple rules for that topic
· A cartoon scene illustrating the topic
· Different social situations for the students to analyze and discuss
· Take-home practice to help parents support the student at home

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DOT Reading Comprehension

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March, 2018
Educational Insights
2004
DOT Reading Comprehension

This reproducible workbook is an excellent tool to help students develop their reading comprehension skills. The book is divided into various themes designed to engage the student’s interest. Within each theme, the worksheets are arranged in the order of difficulty to help the students gradually develop their reading comprehension. Each theme starts with matching sentence to picture worksheets (level 1), followed by simple multiple-choice questions based on a short passage (level 2), and the last level involves three different sets of open-ended questions based on a passage.

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Activity Schedules for Children with Autism: Teaching Independent Behavior

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January, 2018
Lynn E. McClannahan & Patricia Krantz
November 15, 2010
Activity Schedules for Children with Autism: Teaching Independent Behavior

This book provides a simple guide to creating and using visual schedules for students of all skill levels across various settings. It explains the advantages of using visual schedules. In addition to providing step-by-step instructions on how to create different visual schedules, the book also provides explanation on how to use visual schedules and monitor progress.

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Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents

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December, 2017
Peg Dawson & Richard Guare
Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents

Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents, Second Edition: A Practical Guide to Assessment and Intervention is a wonderful tool for professionals working with students who struggle with executive functioning.

The book contains simple assessments that parents, teachers, and students can complete to determine areas of difficulty for a particular student. Not only does the book provide assessments for professionals to use, it also includes suggestions on how to modify the environment to support the development of executive functioning, as well as targeted interventions for individual students. The book also includes examples of task analyses and checklist for various routines or activities commonly found in school and at home.

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Socially Savvy: An Assessment and Curriculum Guide for Young Children

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July, 2018
James T. Ellis & Christine Almeida
January 1, 2015
Socially Savvy: An Assessment and Curriculum Guide for Young Children

Socially Savvy is a social skills assessment that measures a student’s skills across seven domains: Joint Attention, Social Play, Self-Regulation, Social-Emotional, Social Language, Group Behaviour, and Nonverbal Language. Each domain is broken down into individual skills that the assessor can evaluate the student on using a simple rating scale. Additionally, the book provides sample IEP goals for each individual domains as well as examples of activity that the student can be doing to work on a particular skill.

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The Language of Math for Young Learners

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October, 2017
Marilyn M. Tooney
1996
The Language of Math for Young Learners

This book is designed to help early learners understand basic mathematical concepts. Using various interactive worksheets, students are introduced to simple math operations and coached on ways to go through them. The book also introduces students to mathematical language involved in word problems, measurement, money, and other concepts. Marilyn M. Tooney

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Binding: Unknown Binding, pages

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More Behaviour Solutions in and Beyond the Inclusive Classroom

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September, 2017
Beth Aune, Beth Burt & Peter Gennaro
2011
More Behaviour Solutions in and Beyond the Inclusive Classroom

Have you ever encountered students who have challenging or unexpected behaviour? Helping these students can be difficult, and, in some cases, access to support made be limited. To help, this user-friendly book provides simple and quick solutions to decrease student problem behaviour. When looking for a solution, the book groups behaviours under six categories; this allows you to pick a strategy efficiently!

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Author: Peter Gennaro, Beth Burt, Beth Aune
Publisher: Future Horizons (2011)
Binding: Paperback, 110 pages

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Apps for Autism

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August, 2017
Lois Jean Brady
2015
Apps for Autism

The iPad has quickly become an essential tool for many individuals with autism spectrum disorders. This book categorizes and reviews apps relating to 39 different topic areas. Additionally, Brady provides tips on how to incorporate apps into your child’s educational programming and IEP. Helpful hint: when selecting an app, make sure that is it the best fit for your student and is connected to evidence based practices.

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Author: Lois Jean Brady MA CCC-SLP
Publisher: Future Horizons (2015)
Binding: Paperback, 465 pages

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