This graphic organizer is color coded and has lines. It uses the pictures of hearts, starts, lines, and dashes that correlate with the Step Up to Writing program. It also has lines for students who cannot write in a straight line!
This chart is super helpful in trying to organize all the students on your caseload or in your class who have program modification and test accomodations. This will help you keep track of who gets things like "tests read" or "extended time". You can
I use this as a Consultant Special Education teacher in order to inform students on my caseload of any missing assignments they have in their core classes. They then have to get the chart signed by the teacher when it is turned in. This is a great
This guided note sheet can go along with any Native Americans of NY State lesson. Students can fill in the blanks about the foods that the Native Americans ate. Sheet addresses WHO was responsible for what jobs in regards to farming. Woman would
This form is to give to the general education teachers that your classifed student sees throughout there day. This information can help you as the Consultant Special Education teacher develop their IEP before the CSE meeting, as well as be used to
This quiz assesses adding and subtracting decimals of the tenths and hundredths place. There are problems already lined up for students and problems where they need to line up the numbers properly on their own and solve.
The bonus is a multiplying