After laminating and using velcro for this task, students will sort photos in order to determine if they are a who, what, or a where. My special education students struggle with answering questions like: "Where did you go," "When did you go to the
This book explains the difference between more and less. Then students are required to identify which pile of cubes is more and which pile of cubes is less. Recommended that you laminate the pages so students can use a dry erase marker to mark their
Book should be laminated then velcro should be used for the turkeys body parts. This book is roughly at a kindergarten/first grade level. Students read through the book then move the body parts over depending on what the page says. For example, "the
Reading, Other (Social Studies - History), Thanksgiving
This page has students work with eight social studies vocabulary words dealing with our economy. The need to read the words then match the symbol that goes with that word. I recommend people to laminate the page and the symbols in order to be able
Special Education, Other (Social Studies - History)
This book explains the difference between big and small cubes. Then students are required to identify which cube is big or which cube is small. Recommended that you laminate the pages so students can use a dry erase marker to mark their answers.
These pages go over numbers 1-10, 11 - 20, 10 basic colors, 10 basic shapes, the four coins, and four bills. Students need to read the words then put the correct symbol in the box. Some students use these as cutting and pasting math worksheets,