These materials are designed for a special needs classroom. These classrooms are also called life skills, specialized support classrooms or alternative learning environments. In my years of teaching special needs students at nearly every grade level from kinder to 8th, I have learned so much, and I am excited to now share some of my activities with you. I hope you and your students enjoy this product!
This 23 page activity includes a sample IEP goal and objectives, data collection sheets, teacher instructions, tips for differentiation, 4 graphic displays, 12 sentence strips and 60 full color pictures.
**Please note that I.E.P. goals must ALWAYS be individualized. The goals provided are simply SAMPLE goals to help you to envision how this activity could be used to support an I.E.P. goal. These sample goals should never be copied and pasted into a student's I.E.P.
This activity can be used to teach special needs students in elementary, middle and high school grade levels.
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