Math Centers for special education. This work task practices patterns and sequencing, color identification, following directions and/or the order of a task, fine motor skills, hand dominance, grip, hand-eye coordination, and more. Learn more at Mrs. D’s Corner.
FREE Flip Visual Schedule Base Template. Visual schedules are a great way to help students manage their school day and see what is coming next. Video tutorial and picture how to to get your visual schedule up and ready to go for your special education autism classroom. Only at Mrs. D’s Corner.
How to Set Up a Cozy Corner in the Classroom. Creating a cozy corner in your classroom can help your kids learn how to manage big emotions. A cozy corner learning center provides a safe place for young children to go where they can calm down when they’re feeling mad, sad, nervous, or experiencing any… Read More »
Coin lecture ! #readingcorners Reading corner in classroom
cowboy theme unit and activities for preschool and kindergarten from Homeschool Creations
Finger Gyms Fine Motor Exercises. Exercise little fingers each day with a specific classroom rotation to practice fine motor development using everyday objects that you already have in your house and or classroom. The Sped Connection Guest Blogger at Mrs. D’s Corner.
Graphomotricity, how to stimulate from home. – The corner of my recess.
Safe place or cozy corner – how to set it up and implement it in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom. #safeplace #socialskills #cozycorner #calmdownkit