Erin Butzer

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Erin Butzer
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This mini-unit is designed to teach and review with students the importance of being polite, respectful friends by not interrupting. Taking turns is an important life skill that students need to practice and learn. The unit can be used to teach
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Calendar skills are essential to all students becoming independent in day to day life. I have used these types of activities in my special education classroom on a regular basis and finally put all of the activities in one place. This pack is a
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This unit focuses on the life skill of “Stranger Danger.” It is based on the book, Scoop, by Julia Cook. This is a very important topic for students to understand and an important life skill to keep them safe. I hope you find it to be useful in
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Calendar skills are essential to all students becoming independent in day to day life. I have used these types of activities in my special education classroom on a regular basis and finally put all of the activities in one place. This pack is a
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This pack of Homework Without Worksheets is a 5 week pack of tasks that students can do at home to help develop life skills while working on writing, reading, and math skills. In my special education classroom these are assignments that I give to
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This game is designed to reinforce important calendar skills that students will need in life. I have used this game in my special education classroom both as a teacher directed activity and as a math center for students to practice with their
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This is a "I Have, Who Has" game practicing the following skills: - telling time to the half hour - asking and answering questions - taking turns
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This unit is based on the book You Can Be a Friend by Tony and Lauren Dungy. Every year at the beginning of the year I focus on friendship skills in my classroom. The book and activities also focus on teaching about differences and disabilities.
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This is the introduction to classroom cooking with pictures and 1 easy to follow recipe that can be used in a classroom without a full kitchen. Pictures are an effective way to allow ALL children access to cooking through promoting independence and
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This "I Have, Who Has" game includes the skills: - telling time to the hour, half hour, and quarter hour - asking and answering questions - taking turns
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This 4 Game Pack of "I Have, Who Has" Focuses on the following Skills: - Telling time to the hour - Telling time to the half hour - Telling time to the quarter hour - Practice in isolation or mixed - Asking and answering questions - Taking
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This sight word pack teaches 25 of the most common sight words found in everyday print. The words include words from the dolch and fry sight word lists. According to the Sitton list, these 25 words make up 33% of everyday print. This pack can be
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This game helps students practice the skills of: - telling time to the hour - asking and answering questions - taking turns
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This is a very simple and basic life skill and basic academic skill benchmark assessment that I use in my multi-age special education life skills classroom. This assessment is based around my student's IEP goals. I give the assessments 3 times a
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This activity allows students to make predictions of the class pumpkin's weight, girth, and number of seeds. Students are directed to reflect on their predictions. It also encourages students to use adjectives to describe what their pumpkin looks
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching special education for 10+ years. I have been a resource room and consultant teacher both at the elementary and middle school level. Currently, I teach middle schoolers.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I tend to use a multi-sensory approach in my teaching. Much of my instruction revolves around basic and environmental reading and math skills which includes sight words, cooking, money, and calendar skills.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nominated for VFW Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergraduate Degree in Elementary and Special Education, Masters Degree in Reading

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I enjoy spending time with my husband, 3 kids, and yellow lab, Lily. We enjoy traveling, golfing, kayaking, and spending time with family and friends.

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