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Welcome to Miss Dee's Homeroom, your home for social skills support.

I’m Dee, special  educator with 18 years of experience working with students with Autism, ADHD, ODD, Intellectual Disabilities, Speech and Language deficits, and behavior struggles. My focus for years has been on working to develop the whole student with supports for behavior and social-emotional development. View my latest posts for tips to help you and your students.
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Miss Dee's Homeroom Support for Social Skills
Caroline T.
Caroline T.
4th Grade
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This is such an important lesson for students to understand. I used this to help support a classroom that was having a lot of drama and issues to have them reflect on how their choices impact the classroom community.
Michelle H
Michelle H
2nd, 3rd Grades
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Great resource for my social thinking group working on size of the problem. Students were struggling with big reactions for little problems. This resource helped teach students the size of the problem and gives great resources and visuals.
Alicia M.
Alicia M.
1st Grade
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This is a great resource for students on the Autism Spectrum. It can be individualized to fit one student or a whole group of students. It can also be an interactive schedule that students can manipulate throughout the day.
Maria H.
Maria H.
3rd, 4th, 5th grades
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This resource is massive! I love the organization of each packet, the social stories, leveled worksheets and lots of visual supports. I’ve used the Social Filter packet the most and it’s by far the most comprehensive resource on TPT for that topic.
Monica H.
Monica H.
K, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th grades
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I loved the pictures and board choices. I have cut up the pictures and put them on my lanyard so my students can communicate when on the playground and they do not have their communication devices available.

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