Sunday, April 17, 2016

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Move Your Body: Classroom Exercise Chart (autism, special ed)”

by Autism Classroom News-Christine
Pre-Kindergarten - 12th Grade

This is an exercise chart designed to get kids moving in the classroom. Exercise has been shown to be an evidence-based practice in reducing challenging behavior in individuals with autism and other disabilities. It also has important health benefits. You could use this chart for a daily exercise routine, part of indoor recess, or do 1 exercise each 30 minutes as a break within the day. Have students choose how many of each exercise the class should complete each day. 

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For more resources and ideas for educating students with autism or other disabilities, check out my blog: Autism Classroom News

Move Your Body: Classroom Exercise Chart ©Christine Reeve 2014
Permission to copy for single classroom or caseload use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. This product may not be posted on other websites without written permission from the author.

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