Computer Words: Essential VocabularyQuick View

Computer Words: Essential Vocabulary

The future looks brighter for students who use these activities to develop valuable life skills! These activities introduce 108 computer vocabulary words in context and then reinforced in motivating exercises that emphasize word pronunciations and definitions. Interesting stories and real-life activities improve problem solving and writing skills. Glossary pages feature words about computer parts, computer types, computer careers, and the Internet. As students work their way through the exercises, they will gain knowledge that will allow them to become more confident and independent when using a computer. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 4-12 Contents Include: - Computer parts diagram - Glossary - Activities that cover computer words, the Internet, and computer careers - Answer key - And more! Skills Covered Include: - Apply information - Choose the correct word - Expand vocabulary - Spell correctly - Understand meaning of words and ideas - Use context clues - Use dictionary and glossary skills - Write an original sentence This 48-page unit includes an answer key.
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Comprehension Quickies (Reading Level 5)Quick View

Comprehension Quickies (Reading Level 5)

Reluctant readers of all ages and those reading below grade level are sure to have fun while they improve their reading skills with Comprehension Quickies! Very short, easy-to-read paragraphs are followed by comprehension activities that require students to pay attention to details, understand the content, know word definitions, draw conclusions, write complete-sentence answers, and more.These quick, non-threatening reading activities are terrific for: students of all ages, students with short attention spans, students who have difficulty reading longer passages, students reading below grade level, anxious and reluctant readers, ESL students, Inclusion, daily enrichment and review.
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Waiting Patiently- A Social Story for Behavior with Comprehension ActivityQuick View

Waiting Patiently- A Social Story for Behavior with Comprehension Activity

-------Social Story: Waiting Patiently------- Social Stories are a MUST HAVE in your classroom- they are the perfect way to address behaviors, teach appropriate social behaviors, and model replacement behaviors. Add this to your classroom today to start good instruction on appropriate social skills with social stories! Social Storiescan be used in the classroom as an instructional tool to discuss behaviors with a student. This book addresses it being okay to want things, but having to wait, having to ask for a turn, and having to ask for something different as replacement behaviors for having a tantrum, hitting people, or throwing things. This book comes with the following: --> 14 Pages of Book Copy --> 2 Comprehension Questions (can be done as a sorting task) --> 6 Picture Response Cards for Comprehension Questions With several books available, you can address specific behaviors or deliver instruction to all yours students as general social instruction. Check out the full library of social stories from NoodleNook! Images © Ayodele Jones. All rights reserved. I Need Help- A Social Story © Ayodele Jones 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.
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Adding & Subtracting Money: Drive-Thru Menu MathQuick View

Adding & Subtracting Money: Drive-Thru Menu Math

From burgers to burritos, nearly everything you might order from a fast food restaurant can be found on the colorful menus included in this practical math unit. Contents Include: - 58 Activities - 4 Full Color, Fast-Food Menus - 4 Black-and-White Versions of the Menus for easy printing Give students an opportunity to practice using math in real-life situations. Students learn such skills as reading a menu, figuring food costs, making change, finding how much more money is needed to purchase an item, computing how much money is left over after making a purchase, and totaling receipts. Figuring sales tax is introduced in this unit with the help of a 7% sales tax table. As students work the activities, their confidence in reading a menu and figuring the costs associated with it will increase. Math objectives are clearly stated on each page making it easy to focus on the skills your students need most. Activities include addition and subtraction computation problems, as well as practical application word problems. For students who need a refresher on adding and subtracting money, step-by-step instruction pages are located throughout the unit. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 3-12
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Checkbook MathQuick View

Checkbook Math

These activities will build practical math life skills! After learning how to write a check, students are challenged with real-life finance word problems. First they must solve a math question. Next they are required to write a check for the correct amount, record the transactions, and keep track of the balances. Everyday math is put to the test with each of the 26 lessons in this learning unit. Also includes extra blank checks and account balance forms. Interest Level 6-12 Contents Include: - Writing Checks - Keeping a Balance - Making Deposits - Recording Transactions - Glossary - Blank Checks - Blank Check Registers - Answer Key Example Activity: Carl took his car to Hal’s Service Station and had his car’s engine tuned-up for $29.95, bought a new battery for $39.95, and had the oil changed for $9.95. For what amount did he need to make a check out to Hal’s? This 30-page unit includes an answer key.
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PECS Starter Kit for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!Quick View

PECS Starter Kit for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!

------- PECS Starter Kit for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!------- Have you been looking to develop a reliable response mode for students in you classroom. Been thinking about a picture exchange system? You need this starter kit in your classroom. Here you have everything you need for your students with minimal prep for you! Start PECS now with this- It’s a LIFESAVER with everything you need all put together in one spot! Communication Systems are so important for students with Autism and those with multiple profound disabilities. Starting PECS today can help a student communicate tomorrow and also aid with behavior. Included in this printable are: --> 60 visual picture icons or tangible items --> ‘I want’ sentence stem --> Quick guide to the first 4 steps of PECS training --> Also Blank icons to personalize This resource was created by Ayodele Jones © 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.
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Pumpkin Feelings Activity Packet and Pumpkin Patch Feeling Match GameQuick View

Pumpkin Feelings Activity Packet and Pumpkin Patch Feeling Match Game

This product is for a Pumpkin Shaped Feelings Activity Packet in BOTH color and b&w AND Pumpkin Patch Feelings Match game. This will take about 4/5 lessons at 30 minutes each to complete. This packet can be used as a great addition to the book Spookly the Square Pumpkin book or it can be used alone. Please check out my website: www.schoolcounselingconfessions.com to see the complete information on the lesson. Follow me on Instagram - School Counseling Confessions Pinterest - SCConfessions email me: schoolcounselingconfessions@gmail.com Thank you so much and email me with any questions- Vanessa School Counseling Confessions
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Fast Food Menu Math- BURGER KING for Autism Units and Early ElementaryQuick View

Fast Food Menu Math- BURGER KING for Autism Units and Early Elementary

-------Fast Food Menu Math- The Ultimate High Interest Math Center!------- Have your Math Centers gotten bland? Have your students lost interest? Are you looking for a differentiated activity to meet multiple student needs? We Got You! Fast Food Menu Math is the perfect addition to your math centers- and the best part is with three levels of math menus, the task cards can be made appropriate for all the students in your multi-leveled math class… there is even a word problem bonus for your early finishers! You will love the ease of this activity and your students will LOVE eating out at their favorite restaurants! This activity comes with the following: --> 1 Menu with items using Whole Pound amounts --> 1 Menu with items using Mixed Bills and Coins ending in 0 or 5 --> 1 Menu with items using Mixed Bills and Coins --> 2 Pages (12 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Count out Money for 1 Item --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Count out Money for 2 Items --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Count out Money for 2 Items with Number Sentence Support --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Calculate change for 1 Item --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Calculate change for 2 Items Fast Food Menu Math © Ayodele Jones 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.
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Teachers Are Not Friends. A Social Story for Autism, SpEd, and Early Elem.Quick View

Teachers Are Not Friends. A Social Story for Autism, SpEd, and Early Elem.

-------Social Story: Teachers Are Not Friends------- Social Stories are a MUST HAVE in your classroom- they are the perfect way to address behaviors, teach appropriate social behaviors, and model replacement behaviors. Add this to your classroom today to start good instruction on appropriate social skills with social stories! Social Storiescan be used in the classroom as an instructional tool to discuss behaviors with a student. This book addresses appropriate interactions with adults and teachers in the classroom! This book comes with the following: --> 14 Pages of Book Copy --> 2 Comprehension Questions (can be done as a sorting task) --> 6 Picture Response Cards for Comprehension Questions With several books available, you can address specific behaviors or deliver instruction to all yours students as general social instruction. Check out the full Social Story library in the NoodleNook Store. Images (c) Ayodele Jones. Social Stories from NoodleNook © Ayodele Jones 2016. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.
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Social Media SafetyQuick View

Social Media Safety

The purpose of this activity is to address safety concerns related to the use of social media. You can print out this entire packet for each student or print out individual sections that you believe would benefit your students. The packet contains a variety of activities including: Worksheets Discussion Questions Visual Examples Critical Thinking Questions Internet Safety “Rules of Thumb”
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Phonics for Older StudentsQuick View

Phonics for Older Students

Designed specifically for the student who has been introduced to vowel sounds but still needs further practice to reach mastery levels. This comprehensive book offers over 120 pages of delightfully illustrated activities involving each vowel sound along with rhyming, riddles, letter substitution, sentence writing, word drills, alphabetizing, diphthongs, digraphs, and more! Phonemic awareness is an essential component of reading success and this book gives students plenty of practice.
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Mindful Activity Cards for Developing Emotional IntelligenceQuick View

Mindful Activity Cards for Developing Emotional Intelligence

Dr. Warren’s Mindfulness Activity Cards were created based on the current research on emotional intelligence and social emotional learning, and they can be used in classrooms or therapeutic sessions to help develop emotional intelligence, resilience, and community. In addition, they can be used to teach authentic dialogue and develop self esteem. They are ideal for individual sessions, round table discussions, and circle groups. Mindfulness-based approaches to learning are attracting more attention by teachers and administrators. These methods help students, as well as their teachers, learn how to manage and minimize stress, enhance memory and learning, improve classroom climates, focus attention, and even develop supportive communities. Mindfulness-based practices empower students to self-regulate, develop emotional intelligence, and gain a sense of control over both their minds and bodies. Students today are faced with innumerable distractions including electronic devices, competitive classroom environments, ever-increasing administrative expectations, and both real and virtual violence. Additionally, many youngsters interact with others through their electronic devices, and they are not learning to read important social cues. As a result, their emotional intelligence suffers. Neuroscience also supports a holistic approach to cognitive, social, and emotional development. Recent research shows that the prefrontal cortex, which manages higher-level cognition, also plays an important role in processing and regulating emotion. Thus, learning involves both a cognitive and affective framework. So what does mindfulness have to do with emotional intelligence? Psychology Today defines emotional intelligence as the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and those of other people. It involves the following three skills: emotional awareness, emotional application, and emotional management. Some believe that mindfulness is the foundation of emotional intelligence. By exercising our attention through mindfulness, we can actually teach the brain to become more emotionally astute. As an added benefit, people with high levels of emotional intelligence usually display high levels of resilience, experience more trusting relationships, and they are better able to manage their social interactions, attitude and temperament.
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Auditory PerceptionQuick View

Auditory Perception

This 20-lesson unit is designed to help teachers evaluate students’ ability to understand and appropriately respond to verbal information. The exercises may also be used to assist in the development of listening and following direction skills. “How would you feel if a bull was chasing you?” “Is a potato a fruit?” “Wink your eye!”For those students who find verbal response difficult, or to add an element of fun, picture response cards have been included.
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Occupation Words: Life-Skill LessonsQuick View

Occupation Words: Life-Skill Lessons

Help your students develop important survival skills while improving their reading, writing, spelling and vocabulary! This practical book is filled with easy-to-use activities that focus on essential vocabulary and real-life situations to help students become more confident and independent. Key words are introduced, then reinforced through step-by-step exercises emphasizing word pronunciation, definitions, spelling, handwriting, problem solving, and more! A terrific way to help your students acquire vital life skills! Words Include: vocation, attorney, electrician, dental assistant, lab technician, cardiologist, retirement plan, and many more. Interest Level 7-12 | Reading Level 4-5 Contents Include: - 9 Lessons - Activities that cover jobs in health care, construction, education, and much more - Answer key - And more! Skills Covered Include: - Apply information - Choose the correct word - Expand vocabulary - Understand meaning of words and ideas - Use context clues - Use dictionary and glossary skills - Develop life/survival skills - Find relevant facts - Spell correctly - Understand and use reference sources - Analyze information - Write an original sentence - Classify information - Determine alphabetical order - Express/justify an opinion - Make decisions/choices
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Beginning Following Directions Skills 1Quick View

Beginning Following Directions Skills 1

Diverse direction exercises! Packed with puzzle, maze, cut-and-paste, tracing, and dot-to-dot activities designed to make following directions fun, this creatively illustrated book is sure to boost basic thinking and direction skills. With 20 lessons in all, exercises range from “tracing a dancing clown” and “getting Chirpy through a maze to his nest,” to “correctly ordering three drawings of a boy brushing his teeth.”
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Nutrition: Personal Care Reading ComprehensionQuick View

Nutrition: Personal Care Reading Comprehension

Improve reading comprehension and help students get started on the road to a life-long pattern of nutrition with these high-interest/low readability stories. Content is informative, yet simple. Activities involve using charts, graphs, glossaries, answering questions, summarizing, and more. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 5-12 Relevant, high-interest activities follow each reading selection and challenge students to: - read for details - make inferences - find the main idea - find facts - summarize data - build vocabulary - draw conclusions - restate information - make decisions Contents Include: - High-Interest/Low Readability Stories - Pre/Post-Test - Word Search - Glossary - Answer Key
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Making DecisionsQuick View

Making Decisions

Exercising thinking skills! “What would you do if…?” Posed with numerous real-life dilemmas, students are encouraged to use forethought and complete sentences to reach and express their own decisions. Four quandary situations are presented in each of the 25 lessons in this learning unit. Three involve what may be considered “real life” problems. The fourth activity is of a humorous nature. Reading Level 3-4
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Practical Practice Reading: Filling Out FormsQuick View

Practical Practice Reading: Filling Out Forms

Help your students develop important life skills with these easy-to-use activities sure to strengthen their abilities in reading, writing, spelling and following directions! Filling Out Forms is a great way to help students become more confident and independent as they work through activities involving "real-life" situations. Students will get plenty of practice filling out forms while follow-up questions and open-ended activities invite creativity and test their comprehension. Forms include: driver's license, job application, birth certificate, standardized test form, social security card application, school admittance form, and more! Reading Level 3-4
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Friendship- A Cookbook for FriendshipQuick View

Friendship- A Cookbook for Friendship

Friendship lessons for students in grades 1-4 to teach them about ways to be a good friend in FUN and INTERACTIVE lessons! -------------- This 4-5 week unit about FRIENDSHIP can be used at any time throughout the year to reinforce positive friendships in small groups or for whole class instruction. This unit works great at the beginning of a school year or after an extended school vacation. In this unit students learn about friendship while being "Chef's" and need to create a Cookbook for Friendship! They will "Bake Away" negative behaviors and cut and paste "Sugary Sweet" positive behaviors. They create a recipe for friendship that can be displayed on a bulletin board and other activities for those students who may need more time with positive behaviors. There is also lesson plans and discussion questions included. If you have any questions you can always feel free to email me at schoolcounselingconfessions@gmail.com You can also follow me on Instagram (my favorite) @schoolcounselingconfessions or Pinterest (also amazing) @scconfessions Thank you for taking the time to view my product! Vanessa School Counseling Confessions
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