by Cinthya Quintana | 0 Comments
Adapted books have regularly been used in special education classrooms, bilingual/ESL classrooms, in home-schooling, and by clinicians during therapy sessions. Adapted books are used in all settings because they work! It is truly the one thing that can be used along all grade levels and in all settings.
by Amanda Bustos | 0 CommentsHi Everybody! Last week, I started sharing about my experience as an ICT teacher. Missy, my co-teacher, and I worked really well together and developed a partnership that benefited both of us, but that didn’t happen overnight. Once Missy and I set up our classroom and... read more
by Cinthya Quintana | 3 Comments
Labels are an important necessity in all ECE classrooms. They are as important as toys and manipulatives. Labels can make life easier; clean up is quicker, students don’t need to ask where toys are located, and we gain a few minutes of our day back.
by Annie Walsworth | 0 CommentsWriting lessons in the early elementary grades can be a labor of love. It’s amazing to watch students start to get their creative ideas down on paper—often with hilarious results. It can also make even the most patient of teachers consider lobbying the... read more
by Jestine Cross | 1 CommentThese Plural Grammar Boards are a HUGE success in our class. Thanks to Sarah at The Elementary Helper for creating these Plural Grammar Boards. We use these throughout the year to make sure we are up on our plurals. There are endless possibilities on how these can be... read more
by Sarah Gast | 2 CommentsI decided to do a vehicle theme for therapy with many of my preschool and kindergarten groups; as well as, some of my older students with different communication needs. You can also do this in your classroom during circle time or centers. I created this I Spy... read more
by Sarah Gast | 0 CommentsI really like using Lakeshore Learning products with my students and I found another good product to share with you. Recently, I ordered these Ready-To-Go Learning Packs which have been convenient and useful to use in therapy. The set comes with 6 different nylon... read more
by Sarah Gast | 0 CommentsNeed to work on some categorization skills? Check out these Category Cards. The set contains 72 Name that Category cards and 72 What Doesn’t Belong cards. I tried to include all the of the common categories and then made some a little more challenging. Name... read more