Adapted Work Tasks {TAH in Your Class}

 

Working Hard or Hardly Working? Here we can tell these kids are working hard! We know that as teachers, we find worksheets, file folder activities, and basically anything that gets student’s involved to be lifesavers. But here teachers sent in pictures of their students getting involved and loving the work! It’s great to see how the kids work so hard in and out of school!

This guy works hard on his How Do You Do It? Adapted Book.

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Just check out how proud this little guy looks at his good work. He traced the “August Calendar” perfectly, A+++ for enthusiasm! This is from our Adapted Calendar Activities Packet. LOVE this 🙂

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His teacher said that he couldn’t write his name at this point of the year so this was a great stepping-stone for his improvement.

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This is my “Big/Little File Folders.” According to the teacher who sent this in, “the folders are still a big hit with the little ones!” Don’t you just love seeing the kids hard at work?

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It’s clear that this guy here means business, no posing for photos was going to stop him! Concentration IS key I guess! He is working on Association and Function File Folder Activities! 

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Here are some kids loving their independent work tasks!

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What this next teacher told me about her student just warms my heart! Here it is:

“One of my students started this school year only knowing one word and now he is reading all the pre-primer words under a minute. This was my magical tool this year!”

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You really have no idea how happy this kind of feedback makes me! This is our iRead iWrite Dolch Sight Word Series. 

Check out how this guy is stepping right up to get involved. That is exactly the kind of participation skills we work on in my class! He is working on our Visual Calendar Worksheets.

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This picture is a kindergarten student using the token board. The teacher who sent this in said to notice the wear and tear, it’s a very used product in their room! Our kiddos have to be working for something, right?

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