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Weather Activities For Kids

March is the perfect time to pull out ALL your rainbow and weather activities! Turn your classroom into a seasonal storm with our Made For Me Literacy Weather Unit! This unit is packed with hands-on activities that focus on basic reading, math, writing, science, sensory, and fine motor skills. To learn more about our Made…

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Art and Writing Center Lessons for the WHOLE YEAR!

Building Independence When I first starting teaching in a special ed classroom, I noticed that during art activities my students weren’t the ones doing the crafts. We (the adults) were breaking a sweat trying to manage the glue and craft pieces. Yes, we were “guiding” little hands to complete the activity, but we were essentially…

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Using Basic Skill File Folders to Build Independence (with FREE Errorless File Folders)

For our learners who need to work on foundational learning skills, such as simple matching, I have always love creating hands on task boxes put-in tasks and color sorting tasks. My classroom closet always looked like it could be featured on an episode of hoarders. I kept every shoe box, coffee container, baby jar, and…

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St. Patrick’s Day Activities

Need activities to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in March? I’ve got you covered! I know I say every month that I have a favorite theme, but you guys…I think St. Patty’s and the weather themes might be my ultimate favorite. Rainbows are teacher catnip! We love bright colors and the ROVGBIV order. St. Patrick’s Day…

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20 Interactive Alphabet Activities to WOW Your Kids

Once a child is ready to learn more about letters and letter sounds, we have to hook them with FUN activities! Worksheets and flashcards aren’t going to hold the attention of most learners, so step it up a notch with these interactive alphabet activities! Foundational literacy skills are pertinent in our early elementary learners, so…

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