268 results

268 results


You Selected:


Sort by






Resource Types

All Resource Types

This visual choice board is a simple resource for your special education or inclusion classroom. Providing a student with this file folder visual support may allow him to express his needs without having to find the words. While this visual was designed for students with autism, it can be benefici
National School Nurse's Day is in May! What better way to show the student's appreciation than to write a letter of thanks on this cute writing paper. This download includes three different types of ruled line paper. Matching Nurse Passes can be found here: Nurse Visit Passes
**Newly Updated**All New: EMOJI style** Are you looking for a way to help your students with self-regulation? Using calming creams in the classroom can be a helpful tool for self-regulation. With the use of creams, students can have a sensory experience while self-reflecting. My students enjoy it a
Image bundle of children representing miscellaneous Illness, malaise, ailment sickness or symptoms. Includes transparent PNGS of both colored and black and white drawings. Perfect for: storytelling, cards, health education, etc. For personal and TpT project use. 15 lineart files, 15 images in colo
Social Story BUNDLE to teach your students about all the different ways we can stay healthy during and after Covid-19. This bundle includes 3 different stories for teaching kids about how schools might look a little different in the fall and how to effectively manage the differences. Explained in a
Recently, I had a back injury that caused me to miss several days in my classroom. My substitute binder was worth it's weight in gold during this time! I strongly recommend having a binder prepared and ready for those times you don't realize you're going to be absent. My substitute commented on how
Sign to hang on your classroom door if a student has an allergy to peanuts or tree nuts.
Going back to school during a pandemic is going to be different! We need to make sure our kids are consistently reminded about proper hygiene and cleaning practices.These posters come in color and black/white options (great for printing on Astrobrights paper). Signs included:-Please Wash your Hands-
When a child with autism is sick or in pain, it is very hard for them to identify or express the way they are feeling.Within this packet is a "My Body Hurts" chart. The chart has a body with major body areas identified, such as: head, eyes, throat, arm, stomach, leg, ankle, toes and etc.The "My Bo
Make using hand sanitizer fun with these cute Germ Juice Hand Sanitizer labels! Perfect for the primary classroom to keep the environment germ-free. Various sizes and two different color options included. Print on cardstock and adhere to hand sanitizer bottles with packing tape for durability.Enjo
Hang this sign on your door anytime you have a child with peanut allergies or egg allergies. It will remind parents and students to keep the room peanut free and/or egg free. Also include are parent notes kindly asking that all whole class party treats be peanut free and/or egg free. It can be
Student and parent information form. Pass these out during Meet and Greet or during orientation and keep them in a file. These are also handy during conference time. It saves A LOT of TIME... all siblings attending the same school are listed on the back of the form. You never know when student i
These are 1/2 sheet passes that can be filled out quickly for communicating your student's need to visit the nurse. Each pass has a place for the following: Student's Name Class Date Time Reason for visit (circle one or write "other") Nurse's comment National School Nurse Day Writing Paper can
Nurse notes for the nurse and classroom teacher! This pack includes a 1 full page note to the nurse (to save paper I have also included 1/4 page), Return child to the nurse with belongings because they are going home notes (1/4 page and 16 mini notes on a page), and 2 blank nurse note pad templates
An excellent letter to send home to parents informing them of a student in your classroom who has a severe allergy to peanuts/tree nuts. Also included is a letter to be left with a substitute teacher and a plan for students who pack items containing peanuts/tree nuts in their lunchbox. Enjoy!
A bulletin board with a large owl and the title in a speech bubble with 11 animal friends and a speech bubble for each one telling how they make healthy choices. For example the pig is skating and his speech bubble says that he exercises every day, a bear is sleeping and his bubble says he sleeps 8-
Students often complain if a headache, which can be a classroom distraction! Before a student misses class time while visiting the nurse, they can try this little trick first! Print out this poster and hang it in your classroom! Cut down on lost class time, distractions, and help empower kid
This is an assignment that students use with their families to develop a plan in case of a disaster. It prompts them to discuss the types of disasters most likely to affect their household, and come up with a plan for meeting places, emergency contacts, 72-hour kits, etc.
Make your job easier by providing teachers with a nurse's pass. Teachers can easily circle the ailment of the child and provide necessary information for documentation that an elementary child may not be able to communicate. When your office is busy, refer to these passes when documenting later.
My students absolutely LOVE this graphic organizer to help them construct an opinion paragraph. It is a great motivator for my struggling writers and helps everyone organize their opinions. Simply fold this into a pamphlet and the students can follow the student friendly directions to create a wel
Enjoy this fun FREEBIE to spice up your space. This Freebie includes a visual hand washing chart and some friendly reminder posters to add to your space.
This is good for any sport and can be passed out at a first practice or a parent meeting. I created this handout to give to my athletes at the beginning of track season. It includes basics on foods and water intake. It also includes a simple YES and NO list they can hang on their fridge regarding
Use this daily student behavior checklist to keep students on track of their IEP, SST, or Counseling goals. Works best with Elementary and Middle, but could be modified for High School. This word document is completely editable. Please let me know if you have questions or concerns about this or any
These adorable nurse passes will look perfect in any classroom! Print on cardstock and laminate for durability.Buy this item from my Etsy shop to save $1.00!Click HERE to buy the Nurse Pass for only $2.00!

showing 1-24 of 268 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up