My kiddos are loving little booklets that let them practice their skills and allow them to take something home to show off what they learned. For each letter I have been making booklets that highlight a specific letter. We practice one to one correspondence and pointing to ... Read More about Alphabet readers
This week we are working on the five senses so for science we used all five senses to explore popcorn. Yum! We started by reviewing the five senses and the body parts they are associated with. Then I revealed the hot air popcorn maker. None of my students had ever seen one before! We felt the ... Read More about Popcorn science!
Fall offers a lot of opportunities for hands on science experiments. It's also a great time to build background and life experiences. Exploring and carving a pumpkin is perfect for building attending and language skills... and you can sneak in science! These activities are ... Read More about Pumpkin exploration
While families all over the world dread homework time it can be very useful for students with multiple disabilities. It is one of my pet peeves that more special education classrooms don't take advantage of homework. Homework can be helpful in multiple ways.... Homework can.... Help foster a ... Read More about Homework in the Special Ed. Classroom