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The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}

The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!}
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The Special Education Starter Kit {and Caboodle!} includes my favorite & most used special education products from my TpT store.
Included in this download is 525 pages, comprised of the following 11 products--

#1 The Special Education Teacher’s Survival Guide to Organization
This download is a ZIP file (Publisher and PDF)

Materials for organizing a special education classroom--
Table of Contents:
Graphic Organizers for the Teacher:
2 Master Schedule Graphic Organizers (a.m and p.m)
1 Phone Log
5 Student Number Master Lists (Choose your color!)
1 Sheet “Just a Reminder” notes for IEP meetings (2 per page)
1 IEP meeting sign-in sheet
1 Teacher-to-Teacher Communication Log
1 Weekly Plan (an overview of what a fluency instruction might look like)
Checklists for the Teacher:
1 IEP agenda checklist
A 8-page Accommodations List
2 IEP “To-Do” Lists
Class Data Collection:
1 Academic Services Graphic Organizer
1 Academic Levels Organizer
1 Progress Monitoring Data Collection for IEP goals…Math
2 Fluency Data Collection (WPM and Accuracy)
1 Writing Prompt for Determining Areas of Strength and Weakness
Checklists of General Skills for Data Collection in Reading, Writing, and Math
Individual Data Collection:
1 Student Data Sheet
1 “Recording Your Progress” for speed drills
2 Data Collection Sheets for individual IEP goals or objectives (option of landscape or portrait)
Progress Notes

BEHAVIOR:
2 Behavior Goal cards (Text Boxes allow you to individualize them!) Both are basic, so you may add the graphics your student personally likes.
1 Behavior Reflection Sheet
10 Student Awards: They are designed with bright colors and graphics!

Classroom Label:
18 Classroom Labels (such as “Pass-in box, Math Center, “Incoming Mail”)
30 Student Number Labels (4 themes to choose from)

Binder/Folder Coversheets: (Green and Blue Graphics
7 Coversheets (IEP binder, Schedules, Special Education Forms, Assessment, Desk Reference, ect…)
5 Page dividers for your scheduling binder
30 Student Portfolio Coversheets (Choice of B & W too)
7 Lesson Plan Coversheets

#2 and #3 -- Math assessments:
RTI Math Assessment Progress Monitoring:
(1) A 9 PAGE Math Pre and Post-test for basic addition, subtraction, money, time and place value. Also includes assessment of advanced subtraction and addition with renaming skills.
Download includes a section to record teacher observations. This is helpful in reporting out on observed student behavior, such as, did the student use touchpoints, fingers or the level of support necessary to complete the task.
(2) Beginning of the Year Assessment of Math Skills

{29 page PDF file}

Table of Contents:
Quickly assess mathematics skills in the areas of...Odd and Even numbers** Comparing whole numbers** Rounding** Patterns** Numbers and numeration** Basic math facts** Addition** Subtraction ** Multiplication** Basic geometric plane figures** Basic Division**Optional Graphing Assessment

This 9 page assessment Includes a skills summary sheets and answer key--A useful tool for RTI meetings or in a special education setting!
Suggestions for administering: In a special education /intervention setting, it may be helpful to read each question in the math assessment and allow students time to answer each question. In a small group/ one to one situation, you may conclude that students reading level/math ability warrant that students work at their own pace within an allotted time. This test can be given at the beginning of the year, the percentage of correct answers tabulated and given at the end of the year to determine growth.

Organizing your Caseload…
#4 IEP Binder + Data Collection
These materials will allow you to create a colorful IEP binder to house copies of your IEPs and Data Collection for your special education setting. This organizational tool is will make coding IEPs, preparing for meeting, and team meetings a SNAP!
Binder covers and page dividers titled:
IEP Binder
Student Work Samples
Caseload
Student Data
Student Goals
Assessment
Contact Information

Tools:
Team Member Contact Sheet
Preparing for IEPs Checklist
“Just a Reminder” IEP reminder note
Master Caseload List x 2
Services Tracking Sheet
IEP Meeting (Year At-a-Glance) 1 page
IEP At-a-Glance
Parent Contact List
Frequency of Behavior Tally Chart
Social-Emotional Observations
Reading Comprehension Behaviors
Fluency Graph (WPM)
Math Fact Fluency Graph (1 minute or 5 minute timed)
Math Progress Graph (comparative based on one assessment)

Getting to know your students…
# 5 Back to School Student Survey
Student Survey~

This is a student survey designed to help you to “get to know” your new students. It’s the quiz the students cannot fail!
It asks them to share their preferences regarding classroom environment and gives the teacher a chance to get to know the social and emotional needs of the students before class work begins.
Its multiple choice format makes it easy for all students to participate.
It asks the students questions about their attitudes and feelings towards school in an effort to reveal their thoughts and provides information for goal setting.

Lesson Planning…
#6 Lesson Planner
This download contains:
LESSON PLAN TEMPLATES...print off as many as you need!
Master schedule (a.m & p.m)
Long term planning sheets
IEP At-a-glance
IEP dates (annual and evaluations!) At-a-Glance
Parent Contact List
Binder Coversheets, spines and page dividers!

#7 How to Sustain Focus and Attention Mini Lesson
This is a lesson that explains FOCUS and ATTENTION in child-friendly terms. It explicitly teaches students what attention and focus should look like in the classroom through brainstorming, discussion and sorting EXAMPLES and NON-EXAMPLES. Then the students are asked to self-monitor their attention and focus.

# 8 Student Specialist Schedule
This is a 16 page download that includes a chart for a.m and p.m, Monday-Friday, with the specialist for speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and "other" in a column on the left. The time is in one hour increments across the top for each day.

Behavior Management…
#9 Creating a Calming Corner
33 Pages download: Calming Activities, Reflection Sheets and more!

#10 School is NOT for ME! Louis is referred for special education and tells his story
Louis is a little guy who tries really hard in math, but he just can’t get it. This story is told from his point of view. It is his struggles and his worries as he is referred for special education. The story is based on real student concerns about the special education process. Louis will capture the imagination and tickle your funny bone!

#11 Calendar Labels to help you set up a TA Calendar/Duties board

Total Pages
525 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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