My students come from various backgrounds. Their socioeconomic statuses vary. My students are curious learners. Our school is a Title I school with limited resources for our very special population of students.
My students have intellectual disabilities but that does not stop them from trying their best and learning as much as they can.
They are capable of understanding their surroundings, and they constantly want to explore their world. They enjoy learning and work so hard every single day. They are inspiring. We have been working side by side with typically developing students to build a collaborative learning environment that focuses on functional life skills.
My students with intellectual disabilities, ADHD, and autism have been learning about financial literacy. They have been running a coffee and tea cart with their typical developing peers. They need an espresso bean grinder and an espresso machine and pods to continue to develop financial literacy skills and employability skills.
Students with significant disabilities needs hands on resources such as dominos and Math games to strengthen their mathematical skills and further develop their financial literacy understanding.
The students need sight words card games to enhance their reading skills. The sight word card games will help them with their reading skills and employability skills. The various counting games, matching games, and multiplication ball will help them with their Math skills, while enabling them learn functional life skills. Students with ADHD especially will benefit from hands on engaging materials.
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