FIVE TeachersPayTeachers sellers got together this year to giveaway 5 amazing products.
But wait, it gets better!
We are going to cut, laminate and assemble them and mail them to the winner.
Mrs. P's Specialties is giving away Reading Comprehension with Visual Cues January Edition! Teach your students how to comprehend text in a book format with these 8 short readers. Target reading skills, comprehension and listening comprehension with these books.
A data sheet is included.
Superteach's Special Ed. Spot is making and giving away her 10-in-1 Word Family Bundle! This word family activity set includes 10-word families all beginning with A. Your students can sound out words, read, trace, match words with pictures and recognize familiar word family patterns in text. This versatile packet can be used with individuals, small groups, as independent work or can be part of a learning center. The word families include AM, AN, AT, AP, AG, AIN, AIL, ASH, ACK and AKE.
Supports for Special Students is giving away Color Block Addition-Color Coded Visual Supports. This resource is filled with color-coded supports for basic addition. There are 2 full sets within this pack; one set of materials for sums up to 5 and another set for sums from 6-10. All of the materials can be used with any set of classroom manipulatives.
You Aut-aKnow will be making up her Sight Word Match Bundle. These Sight Word Matching Tasks are perfect for any Autism or Early Elementary classroom. Build independence using these tasks in centers or independent working times.
Included in this download are 74 sight word matching mats that are perfect to use ANY TIME of the year.
Autism Classroom Resources is creating her Autism Receptive Vocabulary Activities for Winter: Feature, Function, Class set of file folders and worksheets! Using a winter theme with snow and cold weather activities, this combination of print-and-go and reusable materials is great for early learners, ABA programs, discrete trials and speech therapy. They are designed to provide a variety of ways for special education students and early learners to practice receptive vocabulary skills beyond just naming items.