This bundle of three resources is perfect for supporting explicit strategy instruction for the basic addition facts to 20 in first and second grade. The visual and verbal cues, along with systematic, sequential instruction, will facilitate your students’ recall and application of these strategies. $
What does nonverbal classroom management look like and how can a teacher keep students focused on learning without using words or sounds? Here are five very simple, no-cost, low-tech ways that have worked for me over the years.
Behavior Management: I Feel I Need Visual Aid File Folder for Special Education
This I Feel and I Need Visual Choice Board is a simple resource to keep handy. Providing a student with a visual support may allow him to express his needs without having to find the words. Pinned by: Kaylee Luke
Hardly ever seen alone, the Olive Baboon usually travel in groups of 15 to 150. These groups have a complex communications stucture comprised of both verbal and non-verbal cues. #kenya #baboon #africa https://www.austinadventures.com/destinations/africa/kenya/