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Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From theautismhelper.com #thautismhelper

Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From theautismhelper.com #thautismhelper

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My children use this menu as they are in the Independent Reading Station. Throughout the week, they must have one appetizer, salad, main course, and dessert question (at least) answered in their reading notebook for credit.

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Needs vs. Wants Activity - give the client 35 tokens and slowly have them take away their tokens. Great for people transitioning to independent living or those learning how to budget.

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How Can I Teach Guided Reading if The Other Students Won’t Work Quietly and Independently?

Download this free checklist to evaluate students' independent work during literacy centers or independent work time!

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Higher Order Questioning using THICK Questions

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Independent work is important throughout the year, but it is ESPECIALLY important in the start of the year. Today we discuss why it's so important & how it helps you accomplish this months' routines & reinforcer goals! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper

Independent work is important throughout the year, but it is ESPECIALLY important in the start of the year. Today we discuss why it's so important & how it helps you accomplish this months' routines & reinforcer goals! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper

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Second Grade With The Teacher Wears Prada: Common Core Reading Response Pages

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Empowered By THEM: Getting Organized - Curriculum By Subject

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These Clothing Sorting Mats w/ Real Photos include 9 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying the things we wear or articles of clothing. At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting mats by identifying the type of clothing on each sorting piece. Sorting Mats In This Set: Shirts Pants/Jeans Shorts Sweaters Dresses Skirts Coats Socks Shoes

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