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    Free graphic organizers for writing! Nice collection and blog post from Genia Connell, a Scholastic blogger

    Graphic Organizers for Personal Narratives |

    Song about nouns, to the tune of The Battle Hymn of the Republic

    Confessions of a Teacher: I Sing Cheesy Songs- Part 1 - The Classroom Key

    "Stop the Clock" Telling Time Smartboard game (choose to the half hour, quarter hour, 5 minute, or minute)

    Two Can Do It: Place Value and Telling Time

    Number tracks, dots & dice games from Early Years Magazine (,)

    Early Years Magazine - Issue 13: Games - NCETM

    Visual schedules, lots on this page

    Printables - Adelaide Autism Adventures

    Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Free Online Switch Activities - Updated

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    Exceptional Learning for Exceptional Kids: Work Task Boxes

    Exceptional Learning for Exceptional Kids: Work Task Boxes

    "I have buckets that I have transformed into seating for students that chose to work in there (great for ADHD and Autistic students)" Love this!

    Baby Williams: Classroom organization

    I liked this organizational board in a primary special ed classroom. At the top are a series of color coded folders (green & blue are differentiated groups) that contain new worksheets. Below, each child has his/her own folder, with a label written and decorated by the student, which contain their completed papers for the teacher to read. Teacher also returned papers to students in these folders.

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    Math Strategy Cards

    Solving Math Problems {Strategy Posters for Addition} Common Core

    Freebie keyboards for students to practice typing words during Daily 5 Word Work!

    Word Work Fun!

    The Daily 5 with iPads!! Suggestions and ideas for using iPads for Daily 5 and literacy centers.

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    Learn more about classroom accommodations for special #education students and receive a FREE copy of this accommodations printable!

    Special Education Accommodations

    FREE app. Number Rack by The Math Learning Center.

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    Engage NY First Grade Free Math Resources and Downloads by Erica Bohrer

    Erica's Ed-Ventures: Engage NY First Grade Math Resources

    Organizing Monthly Materials {Monthly Bin Labels FREEBIE!}

    Organizing Monthly Materials {Monthly Bin Labels FREEBIE!}

    Miss Kindergarten: My New Clip Chart (includes printables for behavior reflection, positive note home, note home to explain behavior system, and calendar to document daily behavior)

    Miss Kindergarten: My New Clip Chart

    Setting Up Procedures At The Beginning Of The School Year. Entire pack is for FREE...AMAZING resource from A Day In First Grade

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    Even though Daily 5 is not station rotations I will definitely use this list of ideas for prompts for the students.

    The Second Grade Superkids: Daily 5 Station Ideas

    For kids who are easily distracted or overwhelmed by amount of work. Put assignments/responsibilities onto a paper in a file folder. Cut the file folder into thirds so that the student sees 2-3 tasks at one time. This is helpful for multi-step problems and organizational difficulties as well as difficulties with attention. Essential for students with NVLD or Processing Disorders as well as ADHD!

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    FREEBIE: Number of the Day (early in the year version) schoolisahappypla...

    School Is a Happy Place: Five for Freebie Friday: June 14, 2013

    I Know my Phone Number! TONS of meaningful Back to School printables for Kindergarten!

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    Abc center: matching uppercase and lower case letters

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    The Paraprofessional's Guide to the Inclusive Classroom: Working as a Team. Third edition

    The Paraprofessional's Guide to the Inclusive Classroom: Working as a Team. Third edition - Mary Beth Doyle | Special Needs Project - America's Disability Bookstore

    Reading Centers--pattern block sight words! Get some templates, write words on them, and the kids have to play in pairs--correctly saying each word (and using it in a sentence?) before they can cover it. It can work for letters and numbers, too.

    The First Grade Sweet Life: Reading Centers