MEMORY GAMES FOR THE CLASSROOM

Memory Games for the Classroom

Are you looking for fun and engaging ways to help your students improve their memory skills? If so, you’ll want to try out some of these memory games for the classroom. These activities are not only fun, but they also help students learn how to focus and pay attention to detail. You may be surprised […]

Executive Functions and Chores for Kids

How can executive functions improve with chores for kids? Read what the recent research says about how you can help kids.

As parents and educators, we know how important it is for children to develop a sense of responsibility. Encouraging children to complete chores can help to achieve that goal. Did you know that improvements were observed in executive functions following chores for kids? Chore engagement might improve executive functions, like planning and self-regulation. This is […]

Capital Letter Tracing Worksheets PDF – FREE

Capital letter tracing worksheets help children practice writing uppercase letters and recognizing capital letter forms.

Capital letter tracing worksheets and printables are an excellent way to help children practice writing uppercase letters and recognizing capital letter forms. Tracing uppercase letters of the alphabet printables come in many different styles and you can download these uppercase letter tracing worksheets pdf at the bottom of the post. HOW DO YOU WRITE CAPITAL […]

SELF REGULATION ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS

Benefits of self regulation activities for kids, how to teach self regulation, and fun, effective activities

When it comes to helping kids learn how to regulate their emotions and behavior, there are a lot of different strategies teachers can use in the classroom. Of course, some kids may need more help than others, but introducing self regulation strategies can be a great way to get all of your students on the […]

SELF ADVOCACY IEP GOALS

Explanation of self advocacy IEP goals, why they help and how to write them. Examples and how to measure these goals is provided.

As a teacher, you always want what’s best for your students. But when it comes to IEP goals, sometimes it can be tough to know the best path for each student. One way to help ensure that your students’ individual needs are met is by helping them learn to advocate for themselves. Here are some […]

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Farm Printable

Need a zero prep activity that covers a LOT of skills? This Farm Printable is free from Your Therapy Source.

Need a zero prep activity that covers a LOT of skills? This Farm Printable is free and you can download it at the bottom of this post. You can challenge your student’s skills all with this one-page black and white activity page with a farm theme! WHAT SKILLS DO YOU WANT TO IMPROVE WITH THIS […]