Introduction The post-school success rates of students who have learning disabilities, as a group, have not been what we would all hope even though many individuals have been highly successful.
With that in mind, I designed a writing prompt craftivityas well as an emergent reader booklet. First up is the craft. I chose Christmas colors, but you can make examples with a variety of colors, to use this packet during another season of the year.
Earth tones for fall, pastels for spring etc. For extra pizzazz, instead of having students write their name on the package, run the tag pattern off. Children color, trim, write their name on it, fold the end over, and glue that tab to the top of their package, so that it flips out a bit.
For more 3D pizzazz and pop, have students press a self-stick real bow or some ribbons to the top of their package.
Completed projects make an awesome bulletin board. There are several definition posters included in the packet; use them to introduce the lesson, then scatter in the middle of your display.
Do this as a whole group activity with preschoolers, by making just one together. There are two emergent reader options. The other booklet is for older students, who read the simple sentences, which are packed with plenty of Dolch sight wordscolor the graphics, then fill in the blanks.
The emergent reader templates come with 4-pages on a one-page pattern. Use them to introduce your lesson, then scatter them on your display. There are also blank poster patterns, which allow students to illustrate their own pages to help assess and check comprehension. Well that's it for today.
Thanks for stopping by. I'm getting in the Christmas mood, so I might even mosey on down to the bassement, commonly referred to as our "dungeon" ,to sort through the Christmas boxes. Scaling down this year because of a new puppy.
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and he knows that their voices are not being heard. Enter two or more letters of your school name or your teacher's last name. In this set of activities adaptable for grades K-3, parents and educators will find ideas for teaching about needs and wants.
These activities are designed to complement the BrainPOP Jr. Needs and Wants topic page, which includes a movie, quizzes, online games, printable activities, and more. Includes: Vocabulary Posters with definitions of needs and wants Picture Sort - Students sort picture cards according to whether the item is a need or a want Writing Activity - .
Linda&Burkhart&&andGaylePorter&3July,andFeb, Writing IEP Goals and Objectives for Authentic Communication - for Children with Complex Communication Needs.