Teaching Children Sign Language: Infants
This is the first post in a series on “Teaching Children Sign Language” about how I have taught my own children and students some sign. (Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links.) Here is a…
Quick Social and Behavior Lessons
I am asked to write social and behavior lessons for many students in my school. A lot. Some of these are on my caseload, some are not. I have noticed that the teacher, counselor, and…
Where’s the Kleenex? My princess has arrived.
Do you remember my little princess? My gorgeous student who recently received a FM system to help her hear better in the classroom. If you don’t remember, go back and read this story. Trust me….
It’s Not Always Fun and Games
Several years ago, I decided that I had had enough. My students had spent five minutes negotiating whether or not they should play “Candyland” or “Sequence”; then five additional minutes deciding who was going to…
Shared Reading as Evidence-Based Practice
Did you know that shared storybook reading is an evidence-based practice for increasing expressive language skills? Not only does research support shared reading, but it is one of the most natural and universally known adult/child…
What’s in Your Cart? Teacher Appreciation Sale!
I know it’s getting close to summer, but there are just so many great ideas out there! These are my recommendations for your cart during the fabulous Teacher Appreciation Sale (5/5-5/6)! Adorable and super practical…
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I love this! It has been so fun to hear everyone’s version of the christmas songs!!!
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