She is a teacher and has SO MANY adaptation ideas to help with classroom needs in special education or gen ed too.

Correct Pencil Grip -- Another pinner wrote: Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's- I use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

Toss and Talk

toss n talk ball.fun for all adges.fun questions or task kids have to complete.must answer the question or complete the task under their right thumb. Would be great for a first slumber party game. Let the girls get to know each other.

Teaching how to hold pencil: cut two holes in an old sock for the index finger and thumb. The other fingers remain in the sock. Genius!!

The Ellie Grip - a "sock puppet" to help kids with their pencil grip! Teaching how to hold pencil: cut two holes in an old sock for the index finger and thumb. The other fingers remain in the sock.

wow! Lowes sells these for about $20. love the idea of transforming one of these into a teacher tool box. Super organized!

The hardware store is your friend when it comes to organizing the little things, like office or craft supplies. LOVE this idea. This would organize so much of our junk drawers and craft stuff.

Marzano: "This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart.  I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk.  It is small enough that it won’t be embarrassing for the student but it’s big enough that I can see at a glance who is having trouble with the topic and who is doing fine.  I might not use it for every lesson, but I do think that if I get the kids into the habit of using the flip chart..."

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Marzano: "This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. Its a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk. It is small enough that it wont be embarrassing for the

Good idea. Have it right by the door for those surprise fire drills.

Student Where Abouts

I love this magnet board for student whereabouts. Students are responsible for moving their number when they leave the room. The teacher is then able to know where each student is at all time.

contractions

Language Arts 2 The Lesson Plan Diva: Foldables. Use for contractions, compound words, onset and rhyme, blends.

This is a great idea for toddlers or for OT. The fine motor skills. Maybe a busy work when a kids overwhelmed... something tedius and needs to divert attention... maybe colorful ones of course =)

"While this activity is great for toddlers learning fine motor skills, this same repetitive task would help me with my left arm. I have little use of the arm or hand and it's difficult to use my fingers. I do daily physical therapy to keep the circulation

Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom.... keep learning fun! Primary Possibilities

Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom. keep learning fun! This is a great way to teach number, time, and many other concepts. It helps the students be hand on with learning. However, the play doe could get messy.

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