For best results, print on cardstock (any hard paper, really) and laminate. I have had best luck with laser printer/copiers but inkjet printers will work too providing the image is laminated against water and wetness.
If you like this image and find it useable great! If you’re in need of it larger, I can accommodate that for you as well just let me know.
Questions? Please ask!
I am happy to draw images of you and your classroom if you provide details of what you’re looking for. It’s likely if you’re looking for something several other people are as well.
KEYWORDS: Classroom management, ELL, English Language Learners, ESL, Deaf Education, Deafness, Special Education, SpEd, sketches, stick figures, positive reinforcement, classroom expectations, behaviors, behaviours, low language students, autism, autistic, deafplus, deaf plus, teaching strategies, visual strategies, explicit instruction, classroom activities, communication devices, pictorial communication, assistive communication devices, flashcards, visual schedules, special needs, visual access, circle time, carpet time, Common Core State Standards, CCSS, teacher evaluation tool, and small group work.
by S S Hamilton
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