Table Team Jobs are perfect for putting your students into teams of 4-5. This can help build a class community where everyone feels a part of the group and there is no arguing about who does what. Each team member at the table will have a job to do
Promote Growth Mindset in your classroom with these bright and colourful bookmarks. There are 16 different motivational quotes and 48 bookmarks in total (12 unique designs). Update: Now includes mini bookmarks for smaller books. Simply print the
Many students struggle with truly learning the difference between same and different. This set is designed to help students gain a deep understanding of the concept which will help them become better readers. **This set is included in the money
This is a readers theater that can be read or acted out. It is the companion to Nancy Carlson's "How to Lose All Your Friends." This story offers advice on the kinds of things to do if you don't want to have any friends.
30 brief life lesson stories for use in intermediate and secondary classrooms. Themes: bullying, positive attitudes, achieving potential, difficult relationships, humor, random acts of kindness, self confidence, frustration, worrying about what
Here are a set of four role badges that I have made and these can be used by students during group work. They include: Speaker Material Manager Direction Follower Encouraging Peace Maker Each printable role badge has a small description of what
Social story about good manners in the cafeteria and at the table. There are 10 rules for good manners. Suitable for early childhood and special education classes. Goofy hand-drawn cartoons combined with real images make charming illustrations.
This worksheet can be used as a follow-up activity to the story "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" by Carol McCloud. Inside the bucket, students draw an action they could take to be a bucket filler. They can label the drawing on the line underneath
This is a visual quiz I developed for my Life Skills students about "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day." Students have to make a judgment about Alexander and to answer basic comprehension questions. Next, students are
This is a perfect picture book that can used with students in K-5. These activities and discussion questions are perfect to utilize during class meeting times or small group social skills or counseling sessions. They can be completed over the course
Grade Level: 3-5 (adaptable for primary) Instructional Procedure: Quilts Rationale for instructional procedure: Quilts are designed for students to focus on important concepts in a piece of literature including theme, symbolism, and
This is an activity packet that corresponds with the popular book Wonder by R.J. Palacio. Here's what's inside! -Pre-reading activity -Post-reading reflection -Activity that allows the students to relate the reading to their everyday
This Book and worksheets are for great for helping Life Skills and ESL learn names of people within their community. I made this activity to expand on my own life skills students vocabulary skills and knowledge of people in the community. The book
This is a short social story about going to the grocery store .The story deals with the steps needed when one runs out of food at home. The story deals with what store to get food at, how to write a shopping list, and the steps and sequence needed
Promote Growth Mindset in your classroom with these bright and colourful bookmarks. There are 12 different motivational quotes from famous leaders. There are 48 bookmarks in total (12 unique designs). Simply print the design/s you want and
A great activity to supplement the Eric Carl book, Do You Want To Be My Friend? Children can dictate or write words in speech bubble for the mouse after a class activity talking about proper ways to invite a friend into an activity.
Teaching students how to speak in a literature circle can be a challenge. This handout provides students with suggestions for more ways to continue a conversation and move it to a complex level. My students now use this language in all of our
Your students will love these Bathroom Rules Posters. It will keep them organize and knowledgeable of what the teacher expects from them. Beautiful and colorful posters to keep close to the door and to make reference in case somebody forgot.
This Book Talk/Public Speaking power point covers the most important lessons for children learning how to present in front of a group. It can also be a great activity to end the year with. I have included explanations and examples for the five most
This bundle has the calendar journals differentiated for up to FOUR levels. Level 1 is for students to circle the daily calendar information (I have added an adapted version of the level 1 journal for students who do not quite have the fine motor
24 Practice cards to practice using Accountable Talk in the classroom. 8 school scenario cards 14 life topic cards Use these task cards in whole class settings, small groups, or partner pairings. Each task card has a debatable and relevant topic.
This is a list and description of the types of cooperative groups I use and have found to be my best go to groupings. I also included possible job titles if you want to make sure everyone is doing their part. On Youtube channel Kimberly Jacobs
Collection #3. Be prepared for the number of compliments you will receive on these quotes! More importantly, students actually read them, reread them, reflect on them, debate with other students on interpretation and meaning and ask questions! At
In this 4 page script written for 5 readers, we meet a class that is on the last day of school. They reflect on what their class did over their year to make their room a safe place where everyone is respected. This script can be used either at the
This is a simple job chart that I have used in my class. The children really loved the jobs and having the responsibility of having a place in the classroom. I can customize this for your classroom needs. I can change the job and pictures to fit
This helps my classroom run smoothly. Some days I want to monitor their comprehension & other days I want them to turn it in the bin without me seeing it. I post this on my board so that my students know which procedure I would like them to
(The manual for this realistic fiction story, address CCS in reading, writing, vocabulary and math.) Julia’s horse-craziness is much like every other fourth-grade girl’s, with one notable exception: she has a vivid dream of standing on a cantering
Prepare these cards for students to use for support in collaborative conversations. One side describes the students' role, the other has sentence frames for them to use in the conversation. Turn these cards necklaces by punching a hole and putting
A life skills, adapted, interactive book about doing chores for students with autism and other disabilities.
There are 10 chapters in Winnie-the-Pooh, by A. A. Milne. In this free product there is at least one lesson for each chapter. If you are interested in a more extensive study of Winnie-the-Pooh, a family/group guide is available: Family/Group
Wanda’s First Day is a wonderful book that illustrates a young witch who is getting ready for her first day at school. From looking different, having a broomstick, and her super seeds, she notices that things just don’t feel quite right. This book
Teach your students about personal worth and diversity through Dr. Suess's book, The Sneetches.
10 page social story to encourage social interaction between children during play time. This story discusses how it can be more fun to play with friends, rather than by oneself. It gives some examples of different phrases students can use when
A great worksheet to use at the beginning of the year! Allow students to share their favorite books with you and their classmates to get them excited about reading. Would make a great bulletin board when completed!
Tracing Worksheets This product includes 26 pages for students to practice tracing! Young students can work on their fine motor skills by tracing their pencil along these lines. Great to use as a warm up before writing or math, as morning work, or
Character Building Cards includes sixteen cards. Each card has a character building message written over a nature scene photograph. These cards can be displayed or placed in a center.
Courage and Peer Pressure ‘Peer pressure is the influence a peer group has on its members to fit into a particular way of thinking and behaving. This influence increases as children and young people grow older and reach adolescence.’ Kids Helpline
Let your little monsters help out with this CUSTOMIZABLE job chart! There are enough jobs for 24 students. Instructions are included for fonts! Please Don't forget to leave feedback!
This story begins as a boy named Hugo, 9 years of age looks forward to a well deserved weekend with his friends, after what seemed to be a long weekday of school. When the weekend had arrived it’s a wash out. While Hugo’s parents Hazel and Clifford
A packet of materials for an individual project that students will work on during or after studying Paulo Coelho's THE ALCHEMIST. The packet contains guidelines for four stages of the project, each to be written up in a journal entry. The final
These question and answer sentence stems are great to use as a visual cue for your students who struggle with answering what questions. These questions are for very basic language to be used with picture cards or objects to place in the blank.
Circle Time Pack 21 Pages • 1 Calendar • 33 Calendar Numbers • 42 Calendar Holidays • 12 Calendar Months • Circle Time Ideas • 1 Weather Chart • 1 Visual “Working On” Chart • Working On 26 Letters, 10 Numbers, 11 Colors, 11 Shapes Great for
Classroom Décor Pack 71 Pages • Alphabet Wall Décor • Numbers Wall Décor • Colors Wall Décor • Shapes Wall Décor • Daycare Rules • Pencil Grasp Document • Caution Children Sleeping Poster • Star of the Month Banner • Star of the Month
Two funny Guinea Pigs get the help of the class gerbil and spider to help So Shy Sally with her bully problem. Comprehension questions included and vocabulary.
I got the idea for these from another TPT user, however I have fine-tuned them quite a bit. I currently have students on the autism spectrum that are unable to distinguish/answer simple WH questions. So I use these not only for IEP data but as
“School Bus, Baseball & a Backpack Poetry & Pronunciation Guide, ” written by Norma Flores and available @teacherspayteachers.com, is an 12 page lesson in developing oral communication competency by turning confusing mispronunciations into