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This packet contains 10 morning worksheets. They include life skills for young adults such as: elapsed time practice, date-writing practice, a short answer, and a problem solving question. Helps get students' brain moving at the beginning of the
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Tired of telling your students to shower and brush their teeth? Have them take this grooming questionnaire as a way to help THEM realize they need to do these daily hygiene activities. This is a great way to start the conversation about hygiene
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This informative worksheet is filled with tips to teach transition students simple life skills and social skills for eating and ordering at a fast food restaurant. This worksheet can be expanded by discussing each tip, or by doing a correlating
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This is a fun project-based activity that served my classroom as a "capstone" activity for a nutrition unit that we did. Students designed a well-balanced meal plan for one day. It also incorporates many life skills and classroom skills
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This worksheet and activity helps students balance a sample monthly budget. Students start with a certain amount in their checking account and follow the directions in order to balance their account. They are responsible to record information on
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As a special education teacher, you know that organization and staying on-top of paperwork is key! This packet is simple and user-friendly so that you can find and document information in ONE place! A 5-page packet to include in a teacher binder,
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This product reviews key ideas for special education students reviewing/learning hygiene and grooming.
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Students fill in the workplace vocabulary through discussion, Internet search, etc.
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Students have to fill 12 boxes with names of students by seeing which students did which summer activity. This requires them to be active and start conversations. They also need to ask 2 follow-up questions (optional). Great for the first week of
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Students fill out this questionnaire that gives the teacher some insight on the student. This is a great approach to get students to open up and learn what motivates them. Save these in a binder for ideas on what to teach and ideas to motivate
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Students record when they took the bus during school days. If it is part of a transition activity or IEP plan you do not have to worry about documenting it because it is their job. Have them keep it in a binder or somewhere safe.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently a post-secondary special education teacher in a transition-based, public education program. I have experience with special education in elementary, high school, and transition. The resources at my store can be applicable to many different levels, but mostly focus on life skills!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Special Education, Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities, Cognitive Impairments, Intellectual Disabilities, transition, Work-Based Learning, Life Skills, Multiple Intelligence's, Differentiation, Project-Based Learning, Hands-on Learning, Student-Led Learning, Flexible, Candid, Disabilities, teaching self-advocacy and student empowerment

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am in my 8th year of teaching Special Education in Michigan. Most of the years have been spent in a post-secondary transition program for adults ages 19-26. My expertise include educating students with mild cognitive impairments and emotional impairments. I believe that before teaching students anything, you need to get to know them and build a relationship with them.

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I also have two little boys! Occasionally, I may share something I use with them. I also have a passion for helping people refine and create professional documents such as resumes and cover letters.

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