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  • Tina Pratt

    Love ZooPhonics - a multi-sensory, kinesthetic approach to teaching phonics and reading. Works with children of all abilities and was developed for use in a self-contained special education classroom.

  • Nickolas Jeffcoat It's fun. It's incredibly effective! Created by award-winning teachers, Zoo-phonics is a unique program that involves your whole child, eyes, ears, mouth, mind and body with: Endearing animals (visual learning) Hand and body motions (kinesthetic learning) Sounds and songs (auditory learning) Letter shapes (visual learning) Games and activities (kinesthetic learning)

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This is a set of visual aids for the classroom. These work great in primary classrooms, special education classrooms, and for students with autism. #educcation

Pre-made lessons and supplies. I like to be productive and I like to save time while doing it. All the items needed to get a self-contained special education classroom up and running or keep it up and running. #autism #lessons #lessonplans

A few of the little details in my Special Education Classroom

Yay! I've actually saved all those things that are on the wipies. Anyone could do this. Great idea for phonics.