Trick or Treat Blog Hop

This is the most excited I've been in a LONG time. Sad, right? 
"Why?" I hear you ask.
Simple, two of my most favourite things have joined together in blog land; Halloween & a blog hop! SO EXCITING!

Ok.. so maybe not my two most favourite things ever, but they're up there with the best.




Thank you so much to Rachael at The Classroom Game Nook for putting a LOT of time and energy into creating this wonderful blog hop. Be sure to continue with the hop at the end of this post and see what everyone else is blogging about!

So, first up, we're going to talk TRICKS!


I've worked with children with autism for a LONG time now, and believe me when I say - you definitely pick up tricks of the trade! 

One of the main things is behaviour management. Like, seriously, if you can't help the students manage their behaviours, you can't help them progress. One of my favourite ways for this is two separate visuals; first, then board and working for board. You can see example pics of them both below. Keep your eyes peeled for an EXCITING post I have coming up over the next few weeks ALL about Classroom Management in an Autism Classroom!


Another trick is to keep things new and exciting. If a holiday/seasonal event comes up - incorporate it into your Classroom. You may be teaching the same thing again - but once you add a theme and jazz it up, the kiddos instantly get engrossed in it all again! You can include it for anything - even cooking!
How about these Witch cones for Halloween?!


Click the image to be re-directed to the original pin to find all the instructions. 


AND NOW.. A TREAT!



 A treat is most definitely a freebie! 


This is a FREE download of a few of the activities you can find in my large Halloween bundle. It's a great taster of what you can expect to find in my bundle. There's lots of great activities for you to use in your classroom! What makes it the best though? It's totally Halloween themed! Get a bit Halloweeny in your Classroom this year!

Now, for the next treat (yes you get two you lucky lot!), you can enter below to WIN a copy of my Halloween Bundle TOTALLY FREE! (See it here.) It's worth $28.75 in total but is discounted to $10 - BUT you could have it FREE! 
All you have to do is enter in the rafflecopter below! 



a Rafflecopter giveaway


Don't forget to click the logo below and hop on over to the next blog!
Happy Halloween!!
Nikki 


4 comments

  1. Visual aids are amazing in both simplicity and effectiveness! Also, I love the witch hat cones!

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  2. I love your blog. I have seen you in the TpT forums and love your advice. Thanks for a great trick and freebie!

    Christin
    Shifting Teacher K-2

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  3. Thanks for participating in the Trick or Treat blog hop - I love your freebie!

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  4. I love your use of visual aids! I use them a lot for my K-1 students, but not nearly enough for my resource students in 4-5. I think the "I'm working for..." would definitely help with classroom management. Thanks for sharing!

    The Vivacious Teacher

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