You know an activity is great when it gets students, teachers, and aids involved. Here are some great shots of interactions inside the classroom, check it out! These are all teachers just like you! They sent us in some snapshots of TAH products in action in their classroom. Click the link at the bottom of the page to join in on the fun and send some of your photos in! You may just get a freebie 🙂 Here are some kiddos making “bunny mix” at Easter time last year.
The concentration in this picture is what I like to see! It includes one of this teacher’s favorite social stories and her student. She says that her little one reads it everyday and it has made a great difference in her behavior.
“This has been an amazing center and I only hope for it to keep getting better as the years go on.”
And don’t worry, it definitely will! 🙂
In these next pictures, a student is using my work task idea of sorting and then assembling bolts, washers and nuts. His teacher said he likes to sorted them on table instead of using bins and that this was one of her most popular work tasks during the year!
Conversation is key in good interactions but also a very difficult task for many kids, especially with disabilities. These conversation starters have been very helpful in my classroom and looks like in yours too. The teacher who sent this said they use these every morning during their calendar time and the kids love trying to guess what the “Let’s talk about…” topic is. And one of student says dragons everyday! 🙂
One teacher says these reading visuals from our Ultimate Guided Reading Resource are must-have for keeping her class focused and organized!
Teachers and students alike can get involved while working with adapted books and file folder activities in this 3rd-5th grade special education class and I love to see that here.
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