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Numeral idea for focus wall or calendar.

A Spoonful of Learning: 3 Weeks Already?! & FREEBIES!

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Structured Material This activity is suitable for children with learning disabilities, including children with intellectual disability, difficulty concentrating, problems of organization.The goal of the activities is done visually clear and self-explanatory, and, therefore, the activities are highly recommended for children with Down syndrome and Autistic Spectrum. johannaterapeutao... My Children's Occupational Therapy Blog By: Johanna Franco

Make your stamping station fun and engaging! Simple and easy no prep centers

Pocket Full of Kinders!: Stamping Center

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Building Fluency - The Quick and Easy Way… with FLUENCY STRIPS! 480 different simple sentences to build fluency!

The Moffatt Girls: Building Fluency - The Quick and Easy Way!

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Fluency Strips! A FUN and quick way to assess and practice fluency!

The Moffatt Girls: Building Fluency - The Quick and Easy Way!

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Add some Interactive FUN to your Work on Writing Station using these CCSS aligned WRITING TAB-ITS. Your students will be reading, researching, writing, learning, and having F.U.N. all at the same time!

Close reading and fluency all in one! Expository passages

Close Reading and Fluency {Expository Texts}

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Teacher Quotes. David Ward!! @David Ward

Math Talk!

Making Shift Happen: Math Talk!

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First day project. "Friendship tree". All students add their fingerprint and the teacher hangs it in the room as a reminder that we're all friends

What kind of teacher do you want? Great first day exercise. I would present a what kind of student do I want poster the next day - highlighting IB learner profile like traits.

What kind of teacher do you want?

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Reading Aloud to Kids: Reading aloud to kids doesn't have to be reserved only for toddlers and preschoolers. Most grade schoolers also enjoy listening to a good novel read snuggled on the couch or just before bedtime a chapter at a time.

Family read alouds shouldn't stop when kids get older! Great choices for chapter book read alouds that will appeal to ages 8 and up. 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. Some are good choices for younger siblings, too.

Read Aloud Chapter Books for 3rd Graders - What Do We Do All Day?

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Clever way to change real clocks to help kids learn alternate ways of telling time.

Aussie Pumpkin Patch: Learning Clock Face

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Read to self chairs. It's special, it's something totally different....kids will love it and I'll bet they are SILENT!

Good night, Posterous

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Special Education Station: Morning Work Binders

Special Education Station: Morning Work Binders

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Social Skills books for kids! You can NEVER have too many books : )

This is a pool noodle attached to the desk with a rope. It can be used as a foot rest or for a sensory strategy for movers and shakers!

This activity works on the cognitive skill language. The child will have to figure out which letter goes at the beginning of each word in order to math the picture.

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