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These special education sub plans are perfect for special ed students at a Pre-K through 6th grade level. A sub binder is included as well as lessons for all subjects- Math, ELA, Reading, Science, Social Studies, Art. Brain breaks and educational games also included.

Special Education Sub Plans Bundle for K-5 SPED & Resource Teachers

Free Long Division:  Graph paper is an essential strategy for teaching beginning long division to students.  4th 5th 6th Grade Common Core Math

FREE Long Division Graph Paper Math Strategies for & Grade: You will receive printable graph paper and a worksheet that models this math problem solving strategy. This method also works well for special education students.

Displaying student work on "The Fridge". My students love seeing their hard work displayed and I love being able to point to it on days students aren't giving their best. "See, you CAN do it!"

Displaying Student Work on "The Fridge"

FIND INSPIRATION (STEAL IDEAS)- Displaying student work on "The Fridge". My students love seeing their hard work displayed and I love being able to point to it on days students aren't giving their best.

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of the classroom. This blog post goes through all the details you need to know! Click through to learn more for your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Also great for special education teachers!!

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of th

A way to develop math vocabulary without being boring!  Can be used all year long, all the time, with all of your students (general education, special education, ESL, GT, etc.). $

Math Vocabulary Game - Editable

5 ways to encourage your upper elementary to middle school students to enhance fluency.

Great tips for helping older students continue developing their fluency. 5 ways to encourage your upper elementary to middle school students to enhance fluency.

How and why to use word walls with older students.  This post has some great ways to make this strategy appropriate for older students.  Would have to do some modifications if using in special education setting, but a great way to get started.  Read more at:  http://bsbooklove.blogspot.com/2015/05/how-and-why-to-use-word-walls-with.html

See this website for information about wordwalls and many activities to support vocabulary instruction "Older students can benefit from a reference point of vocabulary, too! It doesn't just have to be tier 1 words.

20 middle school routines and procedures to keep your students on the right track and out of trouble.  Set your classroom up for success! | http://maneuveringthemiddle.com

Must Teach Middle School Routines and Procedures

20 middle school routines and procedures: This list would be good to keep when planning class procedures. I don't think you could do every single one of these, but it would be good to go through and see the ones that will work for the class environment.

Begavior management special education Teachers Pay Teachers Promoting-Success

Top 20 ADHD Accommodations and Modifications That Work

Top 20 ADHD Accommodations and Modifications That Work - Typically children diagnosed with ADHD have developmentally inappropriate behavior, including poor attention skills, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. While there may be disagreement among professiona

Fidget Pencil Toppers - This is just one of the MANY different fidgets you could use in your classroom to help students who need to get some extra energy out. Click through to see the many different options available! {Great for Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classrooms and special education rooms as well!}

Get 30 days of great classroom management and organization ideas, complete with FREEBIES! Challenge yourself to make the small tweaks you've always wanted to make so that your room can run more smoothly and give you more time to teach!

How 6 Secondary Teachers Keep Their Classrooms Organized. Some really awesome ideas if you teach in a special education setting. Getting organized is half the battle. Read more at: http://blog.teacherspayteachers.com/6-secondary-teachers-classrooms-organized/

How 6 Secondary Teachers Keep Their Classrooms Organized

How 6 Secondary Teachers Keep Their Classrooms Organized-- It is nice to see a post focusing on the secondary classroom!

Feeling stressed out and unorganized? I understand! Being a special education teacher is a wonderful experience that, unfortunately, includes tons paperwork that can sometimes become overwhelming. Not anymore! This special education binder is your key to tidying up your daily caseload and focusing more on your students, rather than the paperwork.

The Ultimate Special Education Binder {editable} IEP Binder

Feeling stressed out and unorganized? I understand! Being a special education teacher is a wonderful experience that, unfortunately, includes tons paperwork that can sometimes become overwhelming. This special education binder is your key to

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) is a neurobiological disorder. Typically children diagnosed with ADHD have dev...

Top 20 ADHD Accommodations and Modifications That Work

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) is a neurobiological disorder. Typically children diagnosed with ADHD have dev.