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This is a huge bundle of materials specifically designed for middle school special education teachers. It includes materials necessary for writing IEPs, assessing student progress, teaching study skills & executive functioning skills, helping students write goals, write behavior intervention plans, and much more. It is everything a middle school special ed teacher will need.
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This resource is a huge compilation of special education resources aimed to help special educators throughout the year. Materials focus on IEPs and team meetings, progress monitoring of academics and behavior, classroom materials, building a classroom community, planning, lessons, organization, and other forms to make the life of the special education teacher easier.
This is a study skills toolkit with over 30 pages of student worksheets, guides, and templates teaching critical study skills necessary for academic success. Study skills targeted include using a homework folder, getting organized, prioritizing work, several ways to study for tests and quizzes, test taking strategies, note-taking, developing a study space, and more. The printable worksheets include student-friendly language, extended practice, and visuals.
This is a middle school IEP objective bank for reading and writing skills aligned with common core standards for grades 6, 7, and 8. It has several objectives for every reading and writing standard. It could be used for higher grades as well. I have also included a printable list of the common core reading and writing standards for each grade. While it is designed specifically for students with IEPs receiving special education services, the objectives could also be applied for students receiving intervention support. There are over 170 different objectives in all.
This is a middle school IEP objective bank for mathematics skills aligned with common core standards for grades 6, 7, and 8. It has several objectives for every math standard. It could be used for higher grades as well. While it is designed specifically for students with IEPs receiving special education services, the objectives could also be applied for students receiving intervention support. There are over 250 different objectives in all.
This is a 45-page document with lessons, activities, and posters aimed to teach specific executive functioning skills. Executive functioning skills targeted in this set include: planning, organization, time management, task initiation, working memory, metacognition, self-control, sustained attention, flexibility, and perseverance. Each lesson includes a description of the skill, a pre-assessment, and activities to practice the skill.
This set of math screeners focuses on basic math operations and calculations, including whole numbers, fractions, decimals, place value, integers, and algebraic understanding. Each screener is one page with 15 questions. You can choose to give one page at a time or several at once, depending on your students' needs. These would make a great back to school activity to assess each child's level of math functioning in a quick and easy way.
This product focuses on getting to know you worksheets for middle and high school students, including several different inventories that focus on their interests and learning styles. These printables would be great for back to school activities to allow students to share valuable information to their teacher. The pages include a variety of multiple choice and open-ended questions.
This document includes student worksheets aimed at helping students create their own SMART goals. SMART goals are written so that students can specifically target what areas they need to change, identify HOW they can make improvements, and set a deadline for when the goal should be met.
This document includes 30 pages of materials for planning, developing, and collecting data for behavior intervention plans (BIPs) and functional behavior assessments (FBAs). The document begins with a step-by-step guide to follow for assessing behavior and creating behavior plans that work. Behavior intervention plans are critical in helping children and young adults with challenging behaviors. By systematically identifying challenging behaviors, we can teach students to replace those behaviors with more positive ones through direct instruction and reinforcement.
This document includes 20 printable social scripts for young adults with social difficulties in the middle and high school setting. Social scripts are a great way for children to learn routines and how to handle specific situations. They are particularly helpful for children with autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and other disabilities.
This is guide and support tool for parents to help kids get their homework done on a regular basis. It includes over 40 pages of homework tips, how to set up a homework plan, homework contracts, checklists, reward inventories, different reward systems (sticker charts, point systems, daily/weekly rewards), homework logs, monthly calendars, and more. Teachers could provide this to parents who need extra support helping their children with homework each night. It is written in a parent-friendly way, with tips, tricks, directions, and even a trouble shooting guide.
These social skills cue cards for middle and high school include 30 different prompts for students who need extra support and reminders during social and school situations. They are great for young adults with autism, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and other behavioral, emotional, or learning challenges. A teacher can introduce the cue card at first to provide a prompt and then the student can then use the card on their own as a reminder.
These Social Scenario Problem Solving Task Cards are a pack of 100 task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The social situation cards are organized into five different sets that target different situations: With friends, with family, in classes, in the hallway and cafeteria, and online and texting.
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Disclaimer: These resources and materials are for supplementary support/education purposes and not intended as a replacement for counseling, education, or other necessary supports. Educators, parents, counselors, and others who utilize these materials are encouraged to seek out additional support, as needed.