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Do your students reverse p, b, d, or q when writing? Do they know their left from their right? This resource includes worksheets, visual perceptual task cards and a great game that takes some motor coordination, as well as, left/right discrimination. Movements are completed in correlation with the letter called out or shown. Boards and task cards for the game, calling sheet for the game, as well as, reversal worksheet with 4 calling sheets/answer keys and 16 visual discrimination task cards are
Practice symmetry with this engaging differentiated activity by drawing and coloring these silly monsters! Perfect for math centers, morning work, early finishers, substitutes and homework. This fun activity includes 6 monsters, each with three levels of difficulty. The difficulty level 1 worksheet has a completed drawing so the student can focus on coloring the monster symmetrically. The difficulty level 2 worksheet has half of the monster shown on the left of the page and a partial drawing on
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K - 5th
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Executive Function Activities Symmetry Drawing for Visual NeglectThese easy to use print and present worksheets are ready to take to your next therapy session. The worksheets target both right & left visual deficits, and are perfect for post stroke, TBI, other brain injuries. All drawings are concrete and universally recognized objects and are teen or adult appropriate. Highlights:· No set up needed-print and present· Includes right and left sided objects to complete· Prints in both color
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7th - 12th, Adult Education
These test prep puzzles are a fun way to teach following directions and critical thinking. Great for back to school at the beginning of the year or standardized test preparation. You get five challenging puzzles! In the first puzzle, students will cross words off of a table according to the directions provided. When they are finished, they will reveal a famous inspirational quote about life. In the second puzzle, students must follow directions to move up, down, left and right to travel the worl
This resource is sure to help out your most struggling spellers. It contains 32 activities to give students plenty of spelling practice with ANY WORD LIST! It is a great resource for Differentiated Instruction, homework, literary centers, and more.Options for Use:Use them as different home learning activitiesMake multiple copies and place them in a bin at a word centerPlace them in page protectors to use multiple times with a dry eraser markerUse them as morning work to review spelling wordsGrea
Early Finishers MEGA PACK (150 Printables for Third Grade Enrichment!)Need something to challenge your gifted and talented students who finish early? Are they always crying out for enrichment and saying, "I'm Done, Now What?" If so, then this packet of 150 printable activities is perfect for your classroom! The work is split into MATH (NUMBER AND OPERATIONS), MATH (MEASUREMENT, DATA & GEOMETRY), LANGUAGE ARTS, WRITING, CREATIVE THINKING and FUN STUFF. A cover page is included if you wish to
Are you looking for some back to school activities that are made just for Kindergarten? You're in the right spot! This math and literacy activity pack is perfect for brand new Kindergarteners! Inside you'll find a collection of no-prep activities, fun centers, and partner games.Activities include basic beginning of the year Kindergarten skills. Your kids will love the activities because they are fun and engaging; you will LOVE them because the prep-work is super easy and minimal. Kindergarten re
This bundle of errorless file folder games is perfect for getting your students started with independent work stations in your special education classroom. Practice beginning sounds, letters, colors, shapes and 1:1 correspondence. The beauty of errorless learning is there is no wrong answer! Students learn how to complete left to right tasks and you can guarantee success without staff assistance.Some of the targeted skills include:Left to right task routineTask independenceOne to one correspon
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Coloring ActivityThis is a fun way for students to practice multiplying and dividing fractions. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Students find each product or quotient, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the "I ♥ Math" picture according to their matching answers. This could also used as a partner activity in which Partner A does the left side and Partner B does the right side.All positive fractions. Answer
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5th - 9th
Teaching empathy, compassion and kindness is an integral part of education, and it is also an integral part of a teenager’s life.  Teaching a student to “walk in another’s shoes” is an essential part of perspective and character.In this DIGITAL & PDF activity, “Walk a Day in my Shoes”, students will complete journal entries, watch a few short videos on empathy, compassion, and kindness, and complete a shoe activity.  This activity will change their mindset and how they look at others.  They
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6th - 9th
Students will practice simplifying expressions using the exponent rules with this coloring activity. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Negative exponents included along with some challenging multi-step problems. Students simplify each expression, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the heart according to their matching answers. This could also used as a partner activity in which Partner A does the left side and Partner B does the right side.Us
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8th - 11th
Your students will have so much fun with these editable word searches! You read right, these word searches are editable! Simply write any words onto page 1, and then click ‘create.’ Your words will then instantly auto-fill into the word search among other random letters. The words you enter will randomly fill into the word search in a different place each time you click ‘create.’ This word search is student friendly and the words only go across (left to right) and up and down. The words entered
These basic concepts file folder activities cover 10 different basic skills your special education students should be practicing every day! Each concept has 2 levels for a total of 20 file folder activities. Level 1 has a word and visual cue while level 2 only has the word.File folder activities are ideal for students with autism or others in your special education classroom. The predictable nature and left to right pattern of the work appeals to their strengths! These include a mix of matchi
This Learning Styles Inventory Activity and Learning Style Quiz focuses on the theory of multiple intelligences, and is a great for Back to School project - each students all about learning styles like auditory, visual, and kinesthetic, as well as right and left brain dominance, with these learning style activities.Do you want to teach your students in the most effective way possible? Get to know their individual learning style and you will be ready to create lessons that meet their individual n
Practice symmetry by drawing and coloring these fun critters! Perfect for math centers, morning work, early finishers, substitutes and homework. This engaging activity includes 6 characters, each with three levels of difficulty. The difficulty level 1 worksheet has a completed drawing so the student can focus on coloring the picture symmetrically. The difficulty level 2 worksheet has half of the character shown on the left of the page and a partial drawing on the right. The student must complete
Grades:
K - 3rd
Two-Step Inequalities Coloring ActivityThis is a fun way for students to practice solving two-step inequalities. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Students solve each inequality, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the "I ♥ Math" picture according to their matching answers. This could also used as a partner activity in which Partner A does the left side and Partner B does the right side.This resource is included in the following bundle(s):Midd
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6th - 9th
Everyone can improve their drawing skills with Echo Drawing!Drawing is a vital skill in today’s world. Learning to draw helps us become more effective visual communicators at home, at school, and at work. Drawing well does not require having natural talent or artistic ability.… anyone can learn to draw! Drawing is all about looking carefully at things and seeing the relationships between lines and shapes, and gradations of light and dark. We call this "learning to see like an artist"."Echo Drawi
Frida Kahlo-inspired Collaborative Wings Mural…using tessellation pieces! A unique Hispanic Heritage month activity for teachers and students. This resource includes English and Spanish options. You've seen them. You've stood in front of them. You've had your picture taken in front of them, or you've seen someone who has. I'm talking about those murals that inspire you to stand in front of them and have your photo taken. Now, your students get to make their own motivational mural (using paper) f
This Doodle and Do resource is designed to help students learn about 12 nonfiction text features. First, they’ll “DOODLE” as they complete engaging doodle notes about each text feature. Then, they’ll practice identifying, creating, reading, and finding text features as they “DO” three fun learning activities. These lessons can be completed during the course of several days or at different times throughout the school year. SKILLS ADDRESSEDStudents will:Define 12 different text features (Table of
Practice symmetry by drawing and coloring these fun Superhero theme characters! Perfect for end of year math centers, morning work, early finishers substitutes and homework. This fun activity includes 4 characters, each with three levels of difficulty so you can differentiate based on your students abilities. The difficulty level 1 worksheet has a completed drawing so the student can focus on coloring the picture symmetrically. The difficulty level 2 worksheet has half of the image shown on the
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K - 3rd
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This Doodle and Do resource is designed to help students learn about growth mindset. First, students will read a nonfiction passage about growth mindset (created in a doodle-style). While reading the doodle article, they’ll answer questions and sketch doodles to show their understanding of the text (directly in the passage). Then, they’ll creatively respond to the text and showcase their learning on a Doodle Notes page. After they learn about growth mindset, they can “do” 4 fun activities to
Multi-Step Equations Coloring ActivityThis is a fun way for students to practice solving multi-step equations, including variables on both sides and distribution. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Students solve each equation, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the shamrock according to their matching answers. This could also used as a partner activity in which Partner A does the left side and Partner B does the right side.This resource is i
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7th - 11th
Homophones book for kids to make - such a fun homophones activity that your students will adore! This little homophones book includes 9 different sets of homophones (18 words total): blue/blew, see/sea, sail/sale, pair/pear, mail/male, one/won, sun/son, ant/aunt, and write/right. The books are really easy to make - just fold and staple - no cutting required! Each time you turn the page, there will be a set of homophones side by side ("sun" on the left, "son" on the right) so it's a great visual
Practice symmetry with this engaging differentiated activity by drawing and coloring these animals and objects. This is also a FINISH THE PICTURE  ACTIVITIES for students to do for morning work, early finishers, homework or just for fun. They’re perfect for both math centers and creative writing.Those worksheets have half of the things shown on the left of the page and a partial drawing on the right. The student must complete the right half of the picture and then color the completed ones symmet
Grades:
PreK - 1st

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