I created this PowerPoint for teaching sequencing reading comprehension. It uses daily skills to teach sequences such as making a peanut butter sandwich, brushing your teeth, and making chocolate milk. First, students choose the correct sequence
This is a packet that I created for middle school, special education students in an ELA classroom. It can be used in a general education classroom as well. The packet includes an outline for the essay. It also comes with a sample essay that I wrote
I created this for students in a middle school, special education, ELA classroom. We used it in the classroom to conduct research on careers. Students chose a career and filled in the organizer accordingly. It has a place at the bottom for the South
This file includes 10, one-step addition and subtraction word problems. I made the word problems with a lower reading level for students who have difficulty reading. The thumbnail shows 5 of the word problems from the document. The rest of them are
This is a 10 question quiz that I used during my cause and effect unit. I taught propaganda and used an environmental theme. Questions include the following propaganda techniques: testimonial, bandwagon, and card stacking.
This is a group language lesson plan that teaches the first two steps of the expansion method using a hamburger graphic organizer. I made my own ones to go on the board. I made the students copies that I got from google. The first two steps of the
This is a visual writing rubric with spaces for 3 sentences. It is great for children in special education. They will know how much writing is expected of them. It was created in word so more boxes could be added. I type the prompt at the top. Write
This is the perfect activity for toddlers or preschoolers just learning their shapes. It is simple with no words or distractions. It will help toddlers identify shapes. It can also used to be teach counting and the colors red, yellow, and green.