Category Archive: Tuesday Tips To Take Home

Oct 28

Multisensory Sight Word Practice!

Check out our favorite round-up of multi-sensory practice activities around the web for helping students remember sight words. These homework options could even open up opportunities for parents and their children to actually enjoy homework time together! (PS– Click the image to download a free printable to use in the classroom as well!) Sources: www.mpmschoolsupplies.com/ideas/3128/bubble-wrap-sight-words/ …

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Nov 06

Tips for a Differentiated Classroom

At The Cloverleaf School we strive to meet our kids where they are and teach them effectively so they can experience academic and social success. To do this, we must become masters of differentiated instruction. Every day we try to create lessons that connect to each student’s learning styles, interests, prior knowledge, sensory needs and …

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Oct 30

Bullying

This past week I led a social skills lesson on bullying.  Children with special needs are ten times more likely to be bullied than the neurotypical student, (“Bullying and Special Needs: A Silent Epidemic” by Sarah Beston).  Research shows that kids who struggle with learning differences are not only more likely to be targeted for …

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