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November Sensory Bin – Fall Farm Fun!

  Can you believe it’s November already?!   I switched out all of our Halloween goodies for all things FALL today and I wanted to share our new fall sensory bin. After going to the pumpkin patch and seeing how obsessed my students were with the giant corn pit, I knew I had to find…

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Halloween Sensory Bin

At the beginning of this year I started with just mini sensory bins to see how my students did with different materials (water, sand, beans, rice, etc.). Now that my students have learned how to play appropriately with these smaller bins, I felt like I could break out a real sensory bin!  Of course, since…

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Giving the Sensory Room a Purpose {Circuit Training}

I am not a huge gym junkie. I’ll go through phases where I’ll join a gym, plan to go daily after school, pack my clothes, and then I’ll find an excuse not to go. When I do make it, I am overwhelmed by the amount of equipment offered to me to use, and the fact…

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Sensory Overload!! & Some Phonics Final Blends

As a SPED Teacher, I do A LOT of phonics instruction & teach reading strategies to try to catch my students up with their grade level in reading – heck, just to catch them up to a first grade reading level. Currently, I’m following the lessons in The ABC’s of O-G: The Flynn System, which has been a great resource. I…

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