These 100+ game cards are a great way to assess a students understanding of different social scenarios he or she will face. These cards are great conversation starters as they are open ended questions that the student answers. The cards include
This was made as a modification for a 4th grade fractions project. However, this is a great way to assess a students knowledge of fractions by creating your own fractions as well as reading information and stating the fraction.
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I like for parents to fill these out at meet the teacher night, in an initial IEP meeting or I fill them out myself. I keep all my Student Information Cards on a ring for easy access right next to my phone. This helps when you need quick access to a
This Jeopardy Game is perfect for reviewing test material or making learning fun in the classroom. This is an editable power point, all you have to do is input your material and you're ready to go! I have set all the slides to work efficiently and
This is a fun way to assess students ability to identify the alphabet. I use this for my students who are verbal or non-verbal. For students who are non-verbal, I ask them to point to a letter and I assess whether or not they were able to identify
This has helped my students tremendously be able to write down a topic sentence, supporting details and a conclusion sentence when writing a paragraph. Without this organizer, my students tend to forget the parts that make a well written paragraph.