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Adapted Comprehension Questions for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
For students with moderate to severe disabilities, standard comprehension questions are often out of reach. Be prepared for students with disabilities so they can participate with their peers in the same reading activities, listening to the book as it is read but being held accountable for understan
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Geography By Location
Have you gotten tired of looking at the list of places your student needs to know for Geography and wondered what you can do about getting to the core of some key places and landmarks that are important on every continent? Geography by location is a list of locations that have many pictures online
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Hunting Elements Cornell Note Guide
This Nova special is an amazing look at many different elements and their properties. Some of the prepared activities are not accessible to some students. This Cornell Note guide helps give students something to connect with as the movie runs through the sections. Cornell Notes also help students
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Bowling
PE has long been disregarded as “just the class where you run.” In truth, today’s PE classes both educate students about healthy, long term, life habits, rules for games, and cooperative teamwork. PE classes expect students to now take notes and keep track of extensive individual data. For the bow
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Movie Guide for PE: Invictus and Million Dollar Arm
While PE is normally a class where movement is encouraged, sometimes for lots of different reasons, sometimes a movie is necessary or it helps enhance a specific unit of PE. Both Invictus (2009) and Million Dollar Arm (2014) are internationally recognized movies and they introduce cultural compariso
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Geographic Location Icons
Have your students use the same vocabulary words their general education peers are using to describe a location with geographic location icons. Students are given maps with geographic land features highlighted. Each page is a different continent so you can keep pages as communication boards or cut o
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Pi Day Worksheets
For students who may not be in general education math and partcipate in Pi Day (in the US 3-14, in UK 7-22) a chance to get familiar with Pi's nuances, introduction to using formula with pi, circumference, diameter, radius, and other circle vocabulary. Used with students with mild to severe disabili
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Weekend Writing
Students with communication difficulties sometimes have trouble telling what happened over the weekend. Not all weekend updates are the same. This update focuses on the people who went with the student and helps a student who is ready to evaluate their events of the weekend. This worksheet is de
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My Hurricane Plan
For students in Health, Earth Sciences, or even some Life skills classes, knowing a safety plan is in place helps prepare the student in case of an emergency. Learning about hurricanes and other natural disasters is a part of the curriculum as is the appropriate response in case of an emergency. Thi
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Run Log for Secondary
Students in secondary physical education are tracking their runs and other physical activity for their own reflection. Students with disabilities may not necessarily be able to record the activities in a journal without assistance. This log will help a student record one of the 3 most tested runs
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Geography Location Vocabulary Writing
For students who have disabilities, sometimes general education warmups or other activities are too hard or not appropriate. Supplementing the activities with a subject related, age appropriate material is usually nearly impossible unless it is created by staff. In this collection are pages of perti
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US Vocabulary Word Writing
Some history teachers have a warm up, a writing sample to get students thinking about the concepts that will be taught that week. For a student who has a significant disability, those warm ups often are not accessible. Using vocabulary pulled from US History from Colonies to just after Reconstructio
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What Can I Buy This Week?
Students often go shopping but have a difficult time deciding what they can afford in a store. This worksheet can help with that. Students will use weekly ads from the newspaper to help them generate a list of 2 items they want, 2 items they will have to save for, and 2 items they would not want to
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Figurative Language Note Sheets
Students who have executive functioning difficulties find the process of a long term assignment, like collecting figurative language from a story, difficult. These pages help students seven types of figurative language and gives each student a series of lines to quote the passages as they work on id
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Romeo and Juliet Character Pages
For some students with disabilities, participating in the reading of “Romeo and Juliet” seems too complex to fathom. Providing even general education students with this series of charts to help students keep track of all the relationships of characters and ultimately all the characters who did not m

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Counting Up Rockets
For a very young child, rockets hold a lot of fascination. Often this is the first way a child might learn to count backwards. However, a student with a disability may not be able to reverse the process. "Counting Up Rockets" gives a student a chance to learn to count to ten in order and work on num
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Letter Poster Guide
Examining Friendly and Business Letters and Email, a concrete guide for students to follow along in creating email or letters for specific audiences. These were created as individual posters to run across at eye level for students to refer to, but can easily be used as a quick reference at a seat fo
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Civil War Newspaper Project
The Civil War is a multilayered event in US History. Students take this project and create pages of a newspaper highlighting a specific date and collaborate to make a larger product. The Civil War Unit at any grade recognizes many different working pieces. This project pulls together many differen
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Shane Packet
Shane by Jack Schaefer, is a classic good/guy bad guy US old West novel in the Western genre. However, with this comes some interesting complications now the majority of the modern United States is no longer as close to its original agrarian roots that is detailed in the book Shane. Giving students
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Romeo and Juliet Speeches for Students with Disabilities
All too often students while reading any Shakespeare are asked to memorize segments of famous speeches to share with their classmates. Often, the print outs or copies are single spaced and written with no room for students to annotate. This layout gives students with some disabilities to participate

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Romeo and Juliet Pack for Students with Disabilities
Combining three of our Romeo and Juliet resources to help students with disabilities participate in class activities. Providing students with multiple ways to interact with class activities while Romeo and Juliet is being ready by a class helps the student have meaningful access to the curriculum wh
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U.S. Coin Counting Mat
Teaching students to count coins, the mats (both counted and blank) have students put the coins (not provided) to learn to count amounts to $1.00 for dollar coins, half dollar coins, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. You can use either real coins or plastic. Also included: a sorting chart for s
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