The start of the year is all about training staff, teaching your students routines, implementing new behavior plans, and trying to get the new barista at starbucks to memorize your order (venti unsweetened iced coffee!). You were probably nodding your head along to that laundry list. Yep, train staff. Yep, teach routines. Yep, yep, yep. But wait. What are your other students doing while you are doing all of these great things? Do you think they are going to sit quietly and what? Heck no. You need independent work. Even better – you need independent work that is reviewing previously mastered skills, is academic based, and is interactive. I got you covered.
These interactive Math and Language Arts Workbooks are essential and some of my favorite resources. I highly recommend warming up your laminator and getting these prepped because all year long we keep coming back to these. I love that they focus on academic, I love that there are multiple levels, and I love that they don’t take 90 seconds. Our kids need to learn to work independently for a sustained period of time and these workbooks fit the bill!