You can order a box of books from this site for $12.99. They will range from toddler to young adult books. Each box contains approximately 150 books (give or take). You can also order more age/grade specific books, but it costs a bit more. There is now an advisory on their site that due to high demand, boxes may not ship for up to 5 weeks, but for $12.99, that's a small price to pay :)
Kinderen met autisme en ADHD hebben veel structuur nodig. Een werkblad kan heel overdonderend overkomen. Met dit systeem zie de leerlingen maar een deel van het werkblad. Ze werken eerst het eerste deeltje af. Daarna kunnen ze verder gaan met deel twee. De leerlingen focussen zich dan op één deel/oefeningen. Op deze manier kunnen ze hun beter concentreren. Het werkblad in delen knippen is een andere mogelijkheid.
Tips to help students who have trouble finishing their work.
Ooo, this could come in handy! This website offers 830 paper templates for download. It has anything from regular lined paper to yahtzee score sheet to music paper.
Special Education Binder- good for later! Next years organization
Missing Work Notice Cards "As I grade papers, I have a stack of these printed and ready to go. If a student is missing an assignment, I fill out a Missing Work Notice card and tape it to the back of our classroom door. The students are able to see exactly what they are missing, and I don't have to constantly check my grade book for missing work."
Good idea....As I grade papers, I have a stack of these printed and ready to go. If a student is missing an assignment, I fill out a Missing Work Notice card an...
QR Code Fraction Jenga! Covers most of the 4th grade CCSSs on fraction - it's self-checking - it's fun - it's FREE! Great fraction review.
Area math game? Roll the dice and draw the area array. You win if you cover up the pre decided space on grid paper.
Anecdotal Notes: use address labels, clipboard, Write your notes on the address labels as you walk around and observe. Later, stick them onto the child's file. Quick and easy! Then, during parent/teacher conferences, just pull out the notecard and share your observations.
My Angry Birds Puzzle Review Game on Two-Step Equations (7th Grade) - This is the key. You cut up the pieces, have students get into groups and solve the puzzle. Problems and solutions on outside are "extraneous" and for some classes, I gave them a hint of where one of the pieces went to get them started.
I put 30 equations in a bucket and had them draw one out, solve it, check their solution, make a plan for their sandwich, and then they went to the supply station and let their creative juices flow! They made all kinds of sandwiches - smores sandwiches, pb, Big Macs.
Art in math? Yep! Our art station in math is my favorite because I know I am reaching the kids in my room who are right-brained (typically left-handed.) This poster illustrates the distributive property with Angry Birds. I mean -- how cute is THAT??
Middle School Math Rules! - Round Robin One-Step Equations - each student uses a different colored writing utensil, can be adapted for multi-step equations
*For my Teacher friends ** Very cool parent reminder. They sign up online, you fill out online, they get a text. You never have to know their numbers, they never have to know yours! Genius!