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# Special Education

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Science for first grade is all about creating hands-on engaging experiences for them! From health, to magnets, to spiders, to weather, to mammals, to objects in the sky and life cycles galore, there is simply so much to explore! Be set with these science for first grade lesson plans and activities for the ENTIRE YEAR!!

“color-coding” classroom organizational system

Yay!! It's Friday! Woooo-hoooo!! Today I had my kids work on a really fun activity. Most of my students are progressing along nicely with learning their letters and sounds but many of them still mix up b's and d's! Do you kids have this problem?? My good friend came up with a great activity set to help those struggling students master the difference between b's and d's! Take a look at the activities:: This first game is a simple b/d race. The students rolled a dice with only the letters b…

6 Centers to supplement and review place value, aligned to the 4th Grade Common Core State Standards, but could be used for 3rd grade or 5th grade as well. The centers align to the following standards: 4.NBT.1 Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times ...

Just print, laminate, and go! Two quick and easy centers to help review telling time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, and five minute mark. *Matching activities with recording sheets and keys *Memory games for the desired time interval For more math centers please take a look at:Math Resou...

Looking for a fun way to work on number identification? These play dough mats with a fun fall theme are sure to be a hit with your students. Differentiated with and without visual supports, students can have the extra help that they need. The mats without visual cues can be used as a quick assessm...

App that allows kids to choose different calm down strategies!

The Old Schoolhouse is the premier, monthly homeschooling magazine, worldwide! Packed full (over 150 pages per month) of encouraging and informative content, TOS brings you the biggest names in homeschooling all in one place. Columnists such as Diana Waring, Karen Andreola, Jessica Hulcy, Dr. Brian Ray, Dr. Mary Hood, Deborah Wuehler, Kate Kessler, Andrew Pudewa, Leigh Bortins, Rea Berg, Mark Hamby, Zan Tyler and several others come to bless and help uplift your homeschooling experience each…

Parents of children with autism and Asperger’s syndrome may quickly become accustomed to IEP and Section 504 meetings, but if you feel as though different accommodations are necessary to make sure your child is getting the most out of their educational experience, Eileen Bailey at Health Central has twenty-three suggestions to consider with their education …

4th Grade Frolics multiple choice fans and ideas to make reading groups fun

This game is a way to practice reading CVC words (both real and nonsense) with all of the short vowels. If students can read the card, they get to keep it. If students draw a boo card they lose all of their cards. The winner is the person with the most cards at the end. I use this game during RTI/...

This game is a way to practice reading CVC words (both real and nonsense) with short a. If students can read the card, they get to keep it. If students draw a boo card they lose all of their cards. The winner is the person with the most cards at the end. I use this game during RTI/MTSS tier times ...

I am using these sheets as a warm up for a child working on learning the alphabet and also as assessments. The pages vary, from random missing letters, missing vowels, and missing consonants in both upper and lower case. Almost all pages follow concepts of print, working left to right. On six othe...

Project Participate provides school-based teams with strategies to increase active participation of students with diverse needs in the classroom. This project is supported by the U.S. Department of