This pocket chart recording sheet is for students to be able to record words after sorting things in the pocket chart center (which my school requires). This one is for short a, o, and i, but is just a word document I created so it can be edited
A personal visual schedule - I kept it in the Word format, so it could easily be edited to fit your schedule. Simply print it off, fold it in half, cut it into sections and add Velcro dots. When a child finishes a certain activity, they can close
Developmental strokes are basic drawings that a child should be able to perform before expecting them to write letters (i.e. practicing writing their name). They include, in order of development: a vertical line (2- years), a horizontal line, (2 ½
A great kid-friendly visual schedule for the classroom. Print out multiple pages and fit to your schedule. Can use Velcro and allow children to take one down from the wall/board as the class completes that activity. Helps children know what to
A great way to keep track of those kiddos that need a little extra help potty training. Just print off on card stock, laminate, and re-use. I kept it in Word format so it can easily be edited to fit your schedule!