Special Little Beings

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Fry words meets sign language! These are not finger spellings but whole word flash cards with pictures. I have found that my students remember their Fry words better when I use this method of motion flashcards. I do this daily with my kids. We
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These are 4 excel spreadsheets that are very useful if you have your students tested on nonsense word fluency at all. The first 3 sheets are really for them to color and graph their progress. I find this is very visual way for them to understand
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This document includes the first 100 Fry words and motion cards to go along with them plus flashcards without the motions. I find with my students with special needs that this helps them tremendously when it comes to learning and remembering those
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I laminated and posted these cards where I conduct circle time with my students. We go over them every morning together. It has gotten to the point where if I see one of the rules not being followed all I have to do is point to the card. Very
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These are 2 sheets that I use with some of my special needs students with behavioral issues. These sheets just give parents an idea of how their child's school day went and doesn't take long for teachers to fill out at the end of the school day.
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I use the schedule cards so students can see visually what their day is going to include. I laminate them and put Velcro on the back of them so I can change the order around everyday. We go over the schedule during morning circle time. My special
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This is a one page excel spreadsheet for you to use for your IEP caseload. It includes places for you to fill in student name, grade, general education classroom they are in, eligibility category, whether they receive speech/OT/PT, what medications
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I have been a special education teacher for 12 years now. When I first started I had my own class that was self contained. These students had mild cognitive disabilities. There were about twelve students in my room and they were at the third grade level. I taught in this room for about three years. I then, because of downsizing, was moved to a jr./sr. high school. I taught there for two years. I would go to general education classes with my students and provide extra support. I also taught two hours a day of English classes at that time. I then taught in a room for students with emotional disabilities for two years. I had six students that I was trying to get to transition in to general education classrooms. This was my most challenging position in my career so far. These students had very difficult situations/behaviors they were dealing with. Currently, and for the last five years, I have been teaching students with special needs in grades that range from kindergarten to second grade. I pull these students from their regular class and work with them in small groups on concepts they are struggling with. I do love my job and my students. I have been in a variety of classrooms since I started teaching 12 years ago. I have had students with a wide range of disabilities since I have started.


I am a very flexible teacher. I am not one of those teachers that sticks to my plans. I pay attention to and read my students and change plans accordingly. I like to let my students have choices every day. If I can tell there is something wrong with one of my students we may have a little counseling session before we get started with lesson. Sometimes I believe this is a very important step. I teach in a high poverty rate school so my students are usually dealing with situations they should not even know about. I want my students to be happy at school and feel proud of their progress.


I graduated college with honors (Suma Cum Laude). I graduated with a 3.95 grade point average.


Attended Indiana State University for four and a half years. My major was special education. I still take graduate courses online in special education periodically.


I have been married for nine years. We have four children. They range in age from eight to nine months. Needless to say we are very busy. :) I wouldn't have it any other way. My life is children, both at work and at home. It is something I love to be a part of.

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