SLP's and special educators want to help you! I have teamed up with 9 other special ed teachers and SLP's to bring you this giveaway. How to enter: 1. Like this post and follow @theautismvault. 2. Tell me what field trips you want to plan this year. 3. Tap the picture above to head over to @simplyspecialed to do the same. 4. Complete the loop! That's it! We will pick a winner on Tuesday at 9pm EST. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with Instagram.
I think as special ed teachers, we're always trying to find the best ways to educate our kids. But what are you doing with that knowledge?
I havent bought much this year (I have collected enough stuff in my 9 years teaching) but I did pick up these sand timers in the Target Dollar Spot. I figured they could be good for my students who have challenges completing task in a timely manner.
Honestly, I never really used adapted books before. However, I have seen why they can be so helpful in the classroom, introducing new topics, generalizing, work tasks, the list goes on!
Surprise! Teachers Pay Teachers is having a BTS bonus sale. Here's your chance to get 25% all the resources in my store!
Tell the truth: are you getting cold feet about going back to school? (P.s.: I recently updated my idioms activities pack. I'm upping the price tonight, but I left the price at $2.00 for today. Link in my linktree!)
A quote I heard a few months ago that has stuck with me is when you say yes to one thing, you say no to something else. When you take on an extra responsibility, or spend hours planning on the weekend, what are you saying no to? A lot of time we end up saying no to ourselves, our family, or our well being. This school year, be careful to pay attention to what you're saying no to. 📷 by @_missbehavior
You betta.... Thanks @teachingdifferently