I have so many students working on determining multiple appropriate responses to a given social situation. I use this organizer as a go to visual when working on any goal that asks my students to determine multiple responses or multiple solutions to
I have so many students who speak over one another during structured conversation. I needed a clear visual to remind all students whose turn it is to speak. I also got tired of looking at the crumbled arrow I drew quickly on a scratch paper one day
I seem to be receiving more and more IEP's with figurative language goals. I made this packet as an easy pre-test/post-test to see how accurately my students are able to identify, define and use various examples of figurative language. I also
I needed a quick visual for use of expanded utterances. This is an easy visual to use for students who aren't strong readers but are working on expanding their sentences. I have included one page for four word utterances and one page for a five word
I just started working at a high school this year and one of my largest obstacles is seeing all my students! There are constant schedule changes from field trips, testing plays etc. I use an excel spread sheet every week to keep track of each of my
I made this worksheet for my students who love to draw but aren't necessarily strong readers and/or writers! I have them draw two meanings for each word listed. It's an easy/no prep activity and my upper elementary students love it!