Writing is one of the most challenging areas for students with special needs, and often an adult has to sit one-on-one with the student to eke out every word and letter. This product is to enhance independence for the early primary writer by providing an extensive word bank which is organized by who, what, when, and where concepts along with other categories. I used Smarty Symbols for the awesome graphics (commercial license).
You are purchasing a low tech
assistive technology accommodation
for students to use during inclusion
in a regular primary class.
Page 2 –People and verbs
Page 3—Adjectives or descripters
Page 4---Nouns (food, drink, toys)
Page 5– Where; prepositions and places
Page 6—Numbers and fractions
Page 8—Calendar concepts
Page 10—Sentence starters
Page 11—Kindergarten high frequency words
Page 12—Steps to writing visual
This is designed to be printed,
laminated, and cut as shown in
the picture. I use zip ties to hold
it together, but you can also use
I made tabs to help the kids flip
to find the right pages. It’s not
an exhaustive list of words and pictures, but meant to be used as a springboard for the writing process. It’s better printed in color, but B&W works if you must.
Check it out!