Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Resource Spotlight

A Positional Word Game: Where is the Elf?

Spatial concepts are typically a struggle all my students have in common. Understanding positional words (such as on, in, under, between, behind, and next to) enhance a child’s ability to give and follow directions within activities of their everyday life. A few years ago, I wanted to incorporate practicing positional concepts into my classroom’s daily […]

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Resource Spotlight

Picture Matching Task Cards for Special Ed

Resource Description These Picture Matching Task Cards are great for practicing “Which Picture is the Same?” and perfect for students with limited fine motor skills. Each set of task cards has a fun, colorful theme. The cards can be printed on card stock, laminated, and used every year. Students choose matching pictures on each card […]

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Character Activities for the Classroom

Character in the Classroom: Recess Queen Book Companion

The Recess Queen by Alexis O’Neill is is a fun story about a new girl in school who befriends the playground bully, changing the playground back into a fun place. Mean Jean, the playground bully, runs the playground and is mean to the other kids. Then one day, Katie Sue comes to school. Katie Sue […]

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Classroom Parties

Valentine’s Day Task Stations for Elementary and Special Ed

Keep your Valentine’s Day Party Chaos to a minimum. These fun, structured, hands-on Valentine’s Day Task Stations are perfect for Valentine’s Day activities in your elementary and special education classrooms. Students get to rotate through 5 stations of crafts and STEM activities while completing a Valentine’s Day Task Booklet.

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