I am a special education teacher at a Title I school. I teach students that have a variety of special needs. I work with students that have a specific learning disability that affects their academic skills such as math, reading, and writing. I also serve students with other health impairments like ADHD and hearing impaired, and several of my students have autism.
My students range from grades K through fifth.
They participate with a general education class for a majority of their school day and come to my classroom for part of each day to work on and improve their reading, writing and/or math skills based upon their individualized learning needs.
The classroom rug and carpet mark-it paws will be used in our reading corner during partner, small group and independent reading time to help provide a relaxing and inviting atmosphere to promote reading. The sound and syllables activity boards and magtivity tins will be used in our reading groups while manipulating phonemes and letters to build sounds and words while learning the beginning steps of becoming a reader. The Idiom All About Me posters will be used with some of my older students that are learning about figurative language and integrating vocabulary into their every day writing. The pencil parking pocket chart and colorful four shelf wire rack will help keep our classroom neat and organized by allowing each student to keep their pencil and work in a safe place, where they can keep track of their things and improve their responsibility. The rock, paper scissors game and place value cards will be used by all grade levels to have fun while practicing and strengthening their math facts and skills.
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