Product DescriptionAre you looking for a way to reach your special needs students while you are distance learning? These fun, interactive task cards are just what you need to engage your students while they are practicing life skills. It can be used as a whole group activity, as a learning center
This purchase includes two worksheets for your students! With these two sheets, your students are able to write down the new topic/subject they learned about, draw it, and then list three FACTS or three THINGS they learned.
One sheet uses the word "FACTS" to stress a non-fiction topic (W.K.2).
Students can no longer say they don't know what they learned in school with this worksheet. Students can keep a daily record of what they learned in one or all subjects. They can take it home and share it with someone, and it is also a great way for teachers to reflect on the student's progress.
A method for students to write about what they are learning on a daily or weekly basis. Could be used for closure, communicating with parents on a regular basis, or as a daily or weekly journaling activity where students can reflect on key ideas, concepts, or learning for the week.
I'm Happy-Sad Today is the perfect book to help your students understand mixed emotions. The book can be purchased on Amazon and/or Scholastic.This product includes:> emoji vocabulary cards> emoji cards- can be used for Memory, Charades, Discussion prompts, etc. > 4 different Social Emotion
This fun book companion is a great way to extend the book, Today I Will Fly! book, by Mo Willems. Whether you use this book as a read aloud or during your small groups, these worksheets are perfect to explore the book more in depth! Create booklets for your students with the included cover page, or
These sweet pages are great to help your students show what they learned. I love using these in my classroom when I ask students to read non-fiction books. I included a list of different resources to use with these TIL pages.In addition to the printable/sharable pages, I also included a Google Form
Today I Feel - Emotions - Autism Learning - SEN - ADHD - Visual LearnerThis item is designed to help young children who may have difficulty communicating, to let people know how they are feeling. This is a great resource for preschool children, as well as children with ASD.This listing is for PRINTA
Administrators love seeing you use this daily transition video to end class. The latest research mentioned by ACTFL is that students retain better when they reflect on what they have learned. Make this a daily part of your routine and create daily reflection while packing up.
You can stay in Lati
This compressed zipped file contains a printable version of a poem I wrote for my class when we visit the zoo. It is humorous and contains a nice blend of simple to read words as well as a few challenging words. In the file I have included the following items:
*What I Learned at the Zoo Today Poe
This interactive, simple, and well designed Google Slides activity gives students an opportunity to pause and reflect by completing the prompt, "Today I feel... because..." Students feel in the blank with an adjective and provide a description or why for their feelings. This is a great avenue for
You can stay in French, create a 90% target language classroom and manage classroom behavior and flow much better when you take charge of your transitions - even when in a class with a wide spectrum of French skills.
♥ ♥ ♥ This is 45 seconds long and is sung by a professional musician and native s
The “Today I Choose Health” Let’s Chat Conversation Cards help your students build a positive mindset to believe they can be responsible and achieve great things! Let’s Chat Conversation Cards allow for an authentic and powerful exchange of ideas in the classroom. Most importantly, your students lea
You can integrate students with no English skills into a class by showing brief videos for the transitions. It levels the playing field and soon the expressions in the songs will be falling out of your students mouth - unprompted. Music is that powerful!
You can stay in the target language and mana
You can stay in Italian, create a 90% target language classroom and manage classroom behavior and flow much better when you take charge of your transitions - even when in a class with a wide spectrum of Italian skills.
♥ ♥ ♥ This is 44 seconds long and is sung by a professional musician and nati
This is printable set of bracelets that children can wear home to show their parent what letter they learned in school. The set has clip art that matches the sound book that I created, along with a vocabulary word and the letter in D'Nealian with formation arrows.
I created this resource as a literacy center for my 2nd graders to reflect on the figurative language in the poem "I Meant To Do My Work Today" by Richard Le Gallienne. It integrates nicely with our social studies unit on taking care of the environment.
These short videos, made by National Geographic, are a great way to get your students writing summaries. There are a ton of different videos on the site and they are really interesting and engaging to kids!
Just pick out the video you want your students to see and give them one of the summary shee
Give students 20 ideas of at home "pick-me-ups" and an outlet to express themselves! Student will circle the emoji that represents today's feelings, as well as a space to write why. At the bottom of each page is 4 ideas of how students can brighten up their day. This packet of 5 pages can be printed
This a very colorful assessment tool students can use at the end of the lesson to have a general idea if they mastered the lesson material. You can also blow it up to display in the classroom and/or make a copy for each student.