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Take control of your mind’s fitness and help children in the classroom boost focus, increase creativity, and think quicker with this entertaining and stimulating brain training game! -Focus Booster for Learning Disabilities -Brain Trainer for
Student book provides 65 reading lessons to promote reading for comprehension. Timed tests and vocabulary and phonics skills also practiced. This is a support text for students struggling in reading and comprehension.
This book is an excellent resource for all special education teachers. I especially recommend it for new teachers because it basically covers, in depth, the information that a first year teacher needs to organize their classroom, implement programs
This helpful resource includes definitions and characteristics of 16 challenges students may face, including autism, dyslexia, emotional disorders, and being gifted and talented. Important issues such as privacy and eligibility are discussed, and
55 minute DVD by Sandra Rief. This DVD has never been used, I just removed it from the original packaging.
TEACHING STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS Canadian Edition by Tom E.C. Smith, Edward A. Polloway, James R. Patton, Carol A. Dowdy, Nancy Lee Heath Some highlighting inside but still in very good condition. Includes shipping.
READY TO USE TOOLS & MATERIALS for REMEDIATIN SPEIFIC LEARNING DISABILITIES COMPLETE LEARNIN DISABILITIES RESOURCE LIBRARY VOLUME II by Joan M. Harwell paperback binder B11
This is my personal copy of this professional development textbook.
Instructing Students Who Have Literacy Problems has long been valued because it covers both assessment and instructional strategies in a sound, research-based format. It reflects a balanced view of literacy instruction, comprehensively examining
**Over 175 hands-on activities **Activities to enhance any K-1 math program **Uses commonly available materials **15 chapters, each of which focuses on a math concept **INCLUDED: Bulletin board ideas, skills lists, learning center ideas,
Professional Development VHS Video Cassette Tape: Accommodating Student Special Needs. Used English video VHS tape from 1999, 56 minutes long. It is still in very good condition with a black hardcover case. Topics addresses are: -Ontario's
A concise guide to the whole range of neuro-behavioral disorders in children. From detection of the problem it also gives good advice on coping, managing, and treatment of these various disorders. (ADHD, Aspergers, Tourette's, Bipolar, and more)
Attention Games is filled with interesting and child tested activities that can help children of all ages become better at focusing and paying attention. These activities are specially designed to encourage kids to expand their powers of attention
These books, by Carol Stock Kranowitz, compliment each other. The Out of Sync Child will help you understand children with sensory processing problems. The Out of Sync Child Has Fun will give you activities to do with children with sensory
This book provides teachers, support staff, and other educational professionals with the information they need to really understand the implications of PTSD, and will enable them to ably and effectively support and educate a traumatized child. It
This book is a practical guide for all educators who teach students with disabilities. It includes tips for setting up an inclusion program, strategies of modifying curriculum, and practical forms to help with the process.
This resource provides a clear, concise understanding of what an attention disorder actually is and how it can be treated, both medically and behaviorally. Included are 102 ideas for parents and professionals to help children and adolescents to cope
This book contains an explanation of letter and word reversals based on the author's clinical experience with children. It also includes exercises, descriptions of various reversals, and carefully structured therapy to correct reversals. This book
When a student's challenging behavior can't be resolved through either traditional disciplinary approaches or school wide positive behavior support, what can a teacher do? This manual has effective solutions for educators. Developed for use with
This book is a dynamic teaching tool that engages the attention and motivation of students who need extra help learning appropriate social skills by demonstrating nearly 30 social skills such as conversation, play, emotion management, and empathy.
A ready to use curriculum based on real life situations to help you build children's self-esteem, self-control, respect for the rights of others, and a sense of responsibility for one's own actions. This book contains 68 lessons and also has
This workbook contains 40 simple and fun activities to teach kids to understand what makes them angry, to control their frustration, and to talk about what bothers them. Issues such as recognizing anger triggers, better problem solving, and
This friendly workbook for kids is packed with practical tips, know-how, and fun ways to help them understand why they are like they are. There are solutions for home, school, and with friends. A few areas covered include getting homework done,
Classroom Guidance Games is designed to be a friendly, easy, and fun tool for counselors and teachers to use in the classroom. There are 50 games that are easy to assemble, require little preparation, and only about 30 minutes to play. Through these
This encyclopedia of behavior covers the100 most common behavior problems and offers 500 plans for those behaviors. The plans are innovative and offer practical strategies. A must resource if you are looking for behavioral interventions.
This resource identifies 13 of the most common emotional challenges that children face and show you how to effectively use books as a way to help them cope with problems and issues they might not otherwise know how to cope with. 52 books and
With the help of puppies Bouncer, Snuggles, Spot, and Dusty, children ages 3 to 7 will learn valuable lessons on good health, responsibility, respect for others, good judgement, creativity, good manners, social responsibility, resisting peer
This resource also includes a DVD. Engaging, age-appropriate lessons help young children develop skills they'll use for the rest of their lives: understanding and expressing their feelings, managing anger, developing empathy, being a good friend,
Lessons for children on how to make the world a better place. Activities for the following areas are include: Love, Empathy, Gentleness, Respect, Visualization, Self-Control, Friendship, Conflict Resolution, and Parent and Child Home Sweet Homework
These 2 character education resources are for those who want to help children develop a strong sense of right and wrong. each of the six building blocks of character - trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship is
This hard back book is one in a series on thoughts and feelings about making friends. Friends talk about having friends, not having friends, and having arguments with friends. Illustrations, photographs, cartoon strips, and easy-to-read text offer a
This hardback book is by the #1 bestselling author of the book Who Moved My Cheese? This resource takes stories of real people and real events and tells them in a new way that children find irresistible. In these Imaginographies, children get ti
Build 20 essential social skills with dozens of kid-friendly activities. This resource gives clear background information on each skill, specific ways to model appropriate behavior, and companion lessons that use play, writing, songs, art, and
A complete conflict management program that includes over 20 easy to use lessons, role play activities, reproducible handouts and materials, and puppet scripts that focus on four skills of conflict management. Lessons are based on : facts first,
This book is useful to any educator who may be involved with the emotional education of children. Included are 45 activities designed to help students feel good about themselves as well as encourage expression through art, oral expression, and
A creative resource to help you provide a framework for children to develop positive attitudes toward life. It is designed especially to help grade 2-3 students face challenges, apprehension, and self-doubt through positive activities in art,
Very young children are egocentric. They think the world revolves around them and that everyone and everything is nothing but an extension of them. As they learn that they are separate from everyone and everything else, fears can develop. As early
This is a practical resource tool for middle school teachers interested in helping their student's gain self-control over problem behaviors that can interfere with academic success. The issues addressed include motivation to learn, goal-setting,
These reproducible activities are designed to provide students healthy, open-ended experiences to develop their own ways of dealing with stress. These activities will help children learn some ways to manage or get rid of negative stress and stay
Getting Over the Blues: A Kid's Guide to Understanding Unpleasant Feelings and Depression is intended to aid children in dealing with their feelings. Elementary and Middle School students are introduced to the concept of the effect feelings have on
Students use critical thinking and creative writing skills to write their own endings to the ten unique stories in this resource. After reading each story, students write appropriate endings to the situations. Discussion questions, which follow the
This resource is a skill-oriented approach to teaching self-worth. Self-worth is based on the mastery of specific traits and skills which help children succeed and get positive feedback. This workbook presents fun and challenging activities in the
Creative classrooms approaches to caring, valuing ,and cooperating are included in the resource. It is a usable book of classroom activity ideas and suggestions. activities include the cooperation game, The Essential Self, Creating Care Cards, Mind