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Color Matching and Color Sorting Work Tasks

Last month, I shared our fine motor put-in tasks on the blog with loads of examples. Today I want to share some of the color matching and color sorting tasks we have rotating in class right now. Once my students master basic put-in tasks, I start teaching color sorting/matching. I typically narrow the task down…

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Meet the Teacher with Pete the Cat

You know my love for all things Pete! My students adore him and his fun stories year after year. This year for meet the teacher night, I wanted to mix things up a bit and do a theme. Thankfully, a Pete the Cat theme wasn’t too hard to incorporate thanks to Learn 365 from Oriental…

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Math Rotations in a SPED Classroom

By the end of this year, after changing our math rotations around about a bazillion times, I FINALLY feel like I figured out the perfect combo of stations to help my students learn, practice, and master skills.    My favorite part of this system is that it worked seamlessly without me killing myself over prep…

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HANDS-ON COUNTING WITH MATH MATS

At the beginning of every year in my classroom, well usually ALL year, I have students that are working one to one correspondence, identifying numbers and counting to 10. For my students that take a lot of practice to get this skill, doing the same counting activities over and over again can cause them to…

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