Special Education

It is important to keep consistency for your student during these challenging times. We recommend creating a daily routine for your student. The schedule can be flexible to meet the needs of your family. The resources below may be helpful to incorporate into a daily routine.

 

Suggested Activities

 

Special Education Resources

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OSPI has had content experts curated online and offline resources to support continuous learning for student with disabilities during school closures. The list of resources can be filtered to show parent and student resources, as well as online and offline activities.

Subject(s): Special Education

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

Creating a visual schedule can help organize students and create predictability. Attached is a sample visual schedule that you could recreate to meet the needs of your individual child. To create a schedule like this, you can use websites such as www.lessonpix.com (paid resource), the SymbolPix feature on https://www.n2y.com/parent-resources/ (free trail through July 1), or https://goboardmaker.com/pages/coronavirus-resources (free access to select resources).

Subject(s): Special Education

Grade(s): All

The Zones of Regulation is a complete social-emotional learning curriculum, created to teach children self-regulation and emotional control. It’s often taught in school or therapy settings but the curriculum is appropriate for parents to teach at home, too.