Casey Scovell
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great scissor activity. we'll use this when we study food groups and nutrition.

Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the Cut & Collage Salad items. Cut out the bowl and each of the vegetables. On a separate piece of paper, glue your favorite vegetables to the bowl to make a healthy salad collage!

Eat a Rainbow and Get Those Phytonutrients! | Stuffed Pepper ™

Fruits and vegetables are chock full of phytonutrients – the chemical compounds in plants that have beneficial properties, such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Often the brighter the…

Mrs. Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits: Guided Reading 101: Those Precious 20 Minutes

Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits: Guided Reading Those Precious 25 Minutes. Here is insight from a teacher who effectively uses her guided reading time.

Time Out - Visual Story for Kids with Autism

This is a collection of 4 social stories about common behavior problems. The stories included are: - What to do When You're Frustrated - Time Out - Being Jealous - Loud Noises Social stories are an effective and easy intervention to use for

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Visual supports you may need for potty training a child with autism or with another disability. Putting the toilet seat down, flush one time, no toys in toilet, and not too much toilet paper.

writing ideas

Best classroom resources ever! Check out this website for some fantastic ideas. Use in writing corner to help students think of ideas to write about

Fruit flash cards (SB8201) - SparkleBox available in British and American versions

Fruit flash cards - SparkleBox available in British and American versions

Holiday Fun: Candy Cane the problem solving/critical thinking that's good for the little bitty ones

TR: Candy canes and scavenger hunts are pretty popular too. Holiday Game Candy Cane Hunt, fun for the little ones in your home.