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Choice Cards

Children can feel empowered when given choices throughout their day. Choice cards are picture cards used to offer a choice between 2 or more items. These cards can be used with young children or children with special needs, such as autism or communication delays.

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Classroom Rules

At the beginning of the year, most teachers discuss and brainstorm a list of classroom rules and compile them into a set of 4-6 rules to display in the classroom. There are some important points to keep in mind as you and your class work through this beginning of the year ritual.

Begin to End

Teaching Beginning, Middle, and End: You can teach Sequencing, Phonics, Story Order and much more with these versatile Beginning/Middle/End Cards

Visual Schedules

A visual schedule can help special education teachers prepare their students to be ready to learn.

A Step Ahead: Beginning the Year with Proactive Discipline

Teachers need to begin every school year by examining the many facets of their classroom learning environment in order to take a proactive look in preventing discipline problems.

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