My students need a classroom subscription to My Big World with Clifford, Preschool Scholastic magazine.
This project expired on December 14, 2018.
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My students are preschool aged children from age two through five who experience a disability and require special education. These disabilities may include one or more of the following: autism, deaf-blind, emotional disability, hearing impairment, learning disability, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, visual impairment/blindness, or developmental delay.
The long term goal for my students is for them to be as ready as possible to enter kindergarten.
The earlier services are provided for children with disabilities, the better the long term prognosis. Children with special needs who have experienced support early in life do better in future settings.
My Big World, the early learning magazine will help my students get school-ready by building early-language, movement, and social-emotional skills. Each issue introduces kids to their world with colorful photos and simple nonfiction on seasonal themes. Learning activities and online resources also help build the language, movement, and social development skills my students need to succeed.
Bi-weekly, we will listen to and read the magazine together in class, go online and watch knowledge building original videos, reinforce each issue through fun learning interactive games, print activity pages to send home or use them in learning centers, and send the magazine home.
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