Use this data sheet to track academic or behavioral concerns that you want to take note of daily or weekly. I created this for my Special Ed classroom to monitor new behaviors, unexpected changes in performance and the like.
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This interactive game is a fun way to get your students attending to one another, following directions, and moving around the classroom. This is a great option for students learning their early parts of speech (e.g., verbs, prepositions, pronouns),
Students can use sensory materials such as modeling clay or sand to work on motor skills, build shapes, expand their imagination, and make connections with these play mats. This activity can be paired with the book Not a Box by Antoinette