Miss Dreier Elementary Special Education

 (8)
United States - New Hampshire - Raymond
Miss Dreier Elementary Special Education
3.8
4 votes
Appreciate the life you lead
 
FREE Download
Assess the general quality of my work with this free download
clear search
My Products
sort by:
Best Seller
view:
Reinforce reading silent e words with this fun dice game. Students roll the dice, read a word from that column and color the word. Play until all the boxes are colored. The words include long a, i, o, and u words. This is great for a center
$3.00
1 rating
4.0
Digital Download PDF (0.50 MB)
This packet includes 27 pages to supplement Orton Gillingham lessons. Pages include word lists for fluency, sentences, stories, and yes/no questions for comprehension. Including: Short a - 3 pages Short i - 3 pages Short a,i - 3 pages Short o - 3
$6.99
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (3.46 MB)
This pamphlet shares research about why reading at home is important. It also provides tips and activities for parents of grades K-1 to complete at home with their children.
$2.99
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.29 MB)
This pamphlet explains to parents how to read and understand their child's academic evaluation. What do all the numbers mean? What is a standard score? The answers are explained in this easy-to-read handout!
$2.99
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.28 MB)
This bundle includes 8 worksheets of letter hunts. My classroom follows the Lively Letters sequence, so this packet included the first 8 letters of that sequence: b,p,d,t,v,f,g,k. Each worksheet includes visuals for the letter sound and visual
$3.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.77 MB)
Reinforce counting and number ID with this fun dice game. Students take turns rolling the dice and counting the dots to complete coloring in all the numbers. The first student to roll and color all the numbers on the page wins! For a less
Subjects:
Grades:
FREE
1 rating
4.0
Digital Download PDF (0.21 MB)
Simply cut out each row and glue together this colorful, fun number line! It is sizes just right for using a counter/chip to move along the number line when adding/subtracting. I glued mine to card stock, leaving a boarder so that I could draw an
FREE
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.02 MB)
These are hands-on centers that are easy to make with supplies you most likely have around. Each center involves number identification, counting, and 1:1 correspondence. There is an added OT bonus with using the close pins that will strengthen
Subjects:
Grades:
FREE
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.49 MB)
FREE
2 ratings
3.5
Digital Download PDF (0.10 MB)
Roll the dice, read a word, color! Students will have fun while practicing reading words with beginning and ending digraphs. This set includes 4 pages with 16 words for a longer activity , and 2 pages with 12 words for a shorter activity.
$3.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.52 MB)
This math game is a fun way for students to work in groups while reinforcing counting and number identification. The more students play, the quicker they begin to recognize the numbers on the dice. Students will match the number representations on
$3.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.39 MB)
This graphic organizer provides room to paste or draw pictures as well as write a sentence for each detail of the story. Use this organizer to point out key details of a text, or to plan details of a writing assignment.
FREE
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.29 MB)
This second set of letter hunts includes the next letters introduced if following the Lively Letter sequence, which is similar to the Sound Sensible sequence. Here, you will find 8 pages for letters qu, a, o, m, n, l, r, and u. Each page is an
$3.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.76 MB)
This BINGO is a perfect student-led activity. Because students roll a dice to find a word, the teacher is not needed to run the activity as the BINGO caller. Students roll a dice to determine which long vowel word they need to find. They must use
$3.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.19 MB)
These games are fun for kids to play at independent centers. It's fun for students to roll the dice and try to cover up (or color) the most words. This item includes 4 game boards of each: -short a -short i -short o -short u -short e -all short
$3.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PPTX (0.16 MB)
Reinforce number ID, letter ID and sound ID at the same time with this worksheet. Included is one worksheet with pictures of the dice numbers for the key, and for a higher-level version one worksheet with the numerals in the key. Students will roll
FREE
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.13 MB)
This page has five 5 Frames to allow students to build numbers in different ways. For example, ask students how many different ways they can make the number four or five using two different colors of cubes and have them color in the frames to show
FREE
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.04 MB)
This book follows the sequence of animals in "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" Read together as a class and decide which picture rhymes with each animal from the story and color the rhyming picture. Or, use as a center activity and have
$5.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.71 MB)
Practice subitizing and number sense with this simple "Roll and Graph" game. Students will quickly memorize the numbers on the dice after playing subitizing games like this one several times! It is important for students to be able to match and
$0.99
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.14 MB)
Build number sense and subitizing skills with this fun, and simple memory/match game. Suggested play: The object of the game is to match the dot cards to their corresponding numeral. Place cards face down on the table/floor. Flip over two cards
Subjects:
Grades:
$0.99
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.16 MB)
showing 1-20 of 20

Ratings

Digital Items
3.8
Overall Quality:
4.0
Accuracy:
4.0
Practicality:
4.0
Thoroughness:
4.0
Creativity:
4.0
Clarity:

3.8
Total:
4 total vote(s)
Ask Miss Dreier Elementary Special Education a question. They will receive an automated email and will return to answer you as soon as possible. Please Login to ask your question.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been working with students with special needs for over 10 years and have been a case manager for 6 years. I worked as a paraprofessional right out of college for three years while finishing my masters. I have a great appreciation for all that paraprofessionals do and I know what it's like to work with great teachers and not-so-great teachers, so I strive every day to be the best and to mentor/thank/appreciate the paraprofessional I work with. I have a masters degree in Elementary Education/Curriculum and am certified in elementary education and general special education. I'm in the process of finishing up by Reading Specialist certification. Working in special education has allowed me to make many activities, games, and worksheets to meet the diverse needs of my students. I hope to put much of what I make on here to share!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Do whatever it takes to reach the student and find their style of learning. Use research-based methods and keep data to know what's working! Also, incorporate games and students' interests to keep learning fun.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Easter Seals Presidential Award for outstanding teaching 2012-2013.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Yet to be added

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Yet to be added

Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up