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Favorite FREE Websites for Special Educators

It's no secret that teachers aren't in it for the money. OR that teachers spend a LOT of their own money on things for the classroom (can we say Target and TpT?!?). Because of this, I wanted to share some awesome FREE websites/resources that you can use with your students! Don't be shy - feel free to add your favorite free websites in the comments for others to use!!!

Introducing: Intermediate File Folders for Special Education!

I wanted to stop in today to give you guys a peek inside my newest growing bundle! I am SO excited about these brand new file folders, I can barely contain myself!!

PCI Reading: Part 2!

Do you use PCI Reading in your classroom? We do & I LOVE it! (Check out my original post about PCI Reading HERE!)

If you don't know what PCI Reading is, it's a reading curriculum designed specifically to teach students with disabilities how to read. We use level 1 in my classroom. In level 1, there is a total of 140 sight words (dolch words, fry words, and "real world" words) that students learn over a period of time through a lot of repetition and practice. It has been a game changer in my self contained classroom!

Grab & Go Monthly Math & ELA Worksheets

You guys know I'm ALL about file folder activities and other adapted activities, but sometimes I just need something quick & easy to grab and work on with my little friends. Something that doesn't use a whole color cartridge and that doesn't take a few hours of cutting, gluing, and laminating to get prepared.

This is exactly why I decided to create some monthly themed math & language arts worksheets that I can use with all of my students!

Data, Data, & More Data!

Happy August! Back to school is right around the corner, so I wanted to stop by the blog really quick and give you guys an inside look at how I take data!

Data...who likes to actually take data?! (Actually I don't know if it's the taking of data, more so just making the data sheets!)

Morning Circle Communication Binder

Do you have students who are non verbal or need help communicating information during morning circle? I had some students this year who needed some extra support to be able to fully participate in our circle time. Out of this came: our morning circle time binder!

My Top 10 Must Haves for my Self Contained Classroom

As a special education teacher, there are some things that I just CANNOT live without. Some are cheap that I buy often, and some are a little pricier but SO worth the money. With back to school time quickly approaching for some teachers, I figured I'd list some of MY personal favorites.

Student Work Binders

In my classroom, we've been working with some individual student binders this school year. They aren't glamorous or cute, but they are awesome and kind of life changing. I wouldn't use something like this for every student, but for some students that need the repetition, and choose from a couple items receptively, they are perfect!

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