Teacher Resource: Fall Interactive Work Binder

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love everything about it—the cooler weather, the changing leaves, the pumpkin spice lattes. To get in the spirit (because it’s still 80 degrees and humid in D.C.), I made a Fall Interactive Work Binder! This resource includes over 100 pages of interactive adapted pages with more than 35 tasks.

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This work binder is low-prep, developmentally appropriate, and aligned to the Verbal Behavior and Milestones Placement Program (VB-MAPP). VB-MAPP is an affordable assessment I use to plan instruction using developmental milestones. VB-MAPP milestones include tact (labeling), mand (requesting), visual perception/match to sample (sorting/matching), and writing.

I designed this binder with the student and teacher in mind! You can use this resource to teach basic skills during Discrete Trial Training or use it in an independent work center to promote independence and reinforce learned skills. This resource can be used with students of all ages!

Here are my five favorite ways to use the Fall Work Binder:

  • Use the errorless matching or identical matching to practice tacting and manding skills. Hold all the matching pieces and prompt students to request the pieces using the specific fall vocabulary.

  • Place three pages in a work binder to use in an independent center or when students are waiting to work 1:1 with an adult.

  • Use the two-step and three-step pattern pages during whole group math time! Put the pages up on the Smartboard and model what comes next.

  • Put the tracing and copying pages into sheet protectors and write with a dry erase markers. The dry erase markers are much easier to erase on sheet protectors instead of lamination.

  • And the best for last. Print, laminate, three-hole punch, velcro, and go!

Get your students into the fall spirit with the Fall Interactive Work Binder today!