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Books for Visualizing and all of the other comprehension strategies

The students draw in their hair and eye color. They draw what they visualize from an excerpt that you give them, or from a book as a whole.

Visualizing: students have to draw what they hear as the story is read (do not show the pictures until everyone completes their drawings).

This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students

Great Anchor chart and encourages reading stamina: micro reads, short reads, and independent.


This I Feel and I Need Visual Choice Board is a simple resource to keep handy. Providing a student with a visual support may allow him to express his needs without having to find the words. Even verbal students can have trouble retrieving the words or articulating what they need. Offering this simple visual can aid a student in saying "I feel confused. I need help" or "I feel frustrated. I need a break." {Created by Adapting for Autism}

FREE Subtraction With Regrouping Visual For Students- #math #subtraction #freemath