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Educational Apps that parents and teachers love!Educational Apps that parents and teachers love!

Educational Apps- I love finding innovative, smart, and useful apps. From kids to parents and even teachers, these apps are definitely worth checking out!

COMMON CORE FREEBIE!!!!! Encourage your students to elaborate about their ideas by asking them to make a hot dog with everything on it.  Click the image to access it.  Aligns to Common Core Standards RL.1 and RI.1

pinner says: Common Core Freebie! Teach your students how to elaborate about their thinking by having them create a hot dog with everything on it! Click the image to access the free template and for ideas.

One Pinner said: this resource is going to take me FOREVER to explore! TOO MUCH GOOD STUFF!! :) OMG this is like a new teachers bible--I can't wait to dive in!!

One Pinner said: this resource is going to take me FOREVER to explore! TOO MUCH GOOD STUFF! :) OMG this is like a new teachers bible--I can't wait to dive in! Pictured is a GREAT bulletin board set up to teach and add synonyms!

Free Speech & Language Checklists from Home Speech Home

Visit Home Speech Home for their free Speech and Language Checklists. This is an online speech language screening to find your child's current level of development.

Sensory Processing Calming and Alerting Strategies

A resource for parents who are looking for occupational therapy activities that can be done at home and with household materials. Skill areas include fine motor, visual motor, crossing midline, self help skills, sensory processing and handwriting.

Transition Box for kids with Special Needs

Transition Box for kids with Special Needs. such a key element and a lot of teachers have no idea about it. great for helping a child transition into an unfamiliar environment (pics of people there with names, sensory toy(s), favorite snack, etc).

Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words.  "Throw 'for' to me.  Throw 'so' to me." -

Anybody have extra ping pong balls? Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me."--could do whole group.throw in the bucket!