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IEP progress monitoring binder that helps special education teachers stay better organized during the end of each school quarter, while completing students’ data collecting. This binder was designed to monitor IEP goals weekly – for 9 weeks and to monitor students’ quarterly progress. Great resource to have in the classroom. Huge time saver!
This is a great reading chart to have in any grade, including 4th - 8th grade classrooms! It is a chart that talks about goals students have for their reading and when they achieve different steps they can move up on the poster. I think it would be a great incentive in the classroom for kids to want to read more! I would probably make mine a little more colorful and creative, but I love the idea!
Do you need a convenient set of worksheets for upper elementary, or older struggling students? This set focuses on worksheet content without clip art distraction. 24 worksheets included. Easily implement the worksheets that are beneficial for you students. Teach Every Child with clear directions and graphic organizer format. See additional ideas in product description.
Great to have at school and at home for homework time. Grab some file folders and make your students a mini office to place on their desks during independent work time. Below are some files and pictures from teachers in the US that use mini offices in their rooms. They have kindly shared their resources so that you could create your own