Are you studying motion and forces with your Special Education students and need some fun interactive lessons? Try this lesson out. I made it for my Special Education kiddos while we were doing a physical science unit on motion.
Specifically this lesson covers:
1. Sorting pictures into items that are fast/slow (two versions)
2. A serious of 16 slides that ask the question "Which one is faster?" (Starts out easy with two choices and then gets harder with 3 choices) The students will answer the question and pick their answer. The correct answer will give the students an applause! (My kids love that!)
These are both fun activities that you can use to supplement your unit on motion and forces.
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