Noise Level - classroom noise management. Put up the letters and take one down if students are too loud - when I get to NO - there is no talking. Made on magnetic sheets to put on whiteboard at front of class.
We simply don’t have the luxury to focus on one skill at a time in our classrooms. Our kids have SO.MUCH. to work on. And once we get some momentum, we’ve gotta roll with it and squeeze in every ounce of learning we can! I love incorporating fine motor skills into our academic learning. It also makes things more interactive and engaging for my learners. Check out some of my favorites.
Need to work on building up vocabulary skills? Here are some great feature/function identification vocabulary task cards to use with your students!! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
Handwriting Without Tears letter and number formation charts...great for working at home with little ones
Math Activities from U to Z
FREEBIE: This is a simple reader PowerPoint for Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade students based on the book, The Hat by Jan Brett. The power...