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Remedia Publications was founded by two experienced special education teachers who recognized a great need for special materials that would help their struggling learners develop and improve basic skills. They believed that teachers know best when it comes to creating learning material, so they assembled a team of other experienced teachers and began developing unique learning products suitable for students in both special ed. classes and regular ed. classes.

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Remedia Publications was founded by two experienced special education teachers who recognized a great need for special materials that would help their struggling learners develop and improve basic skills. They believed that teachers know best when it comes to creating learning material, so they assembled a team of other experienced teachers and began developing unique learning products suitable for students in both special ed. classes and regular ed. classes.
Study Skills
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This lesson unit is packed with 46 exercises designed to expand students’ awareness of a wide variety of learning techniques. Scheduling, outlining, note-taking, memorizing, test-taking (essay and objective), and reference tool use are all covered. Whether learning to skim, using acronyms to remember, or organizing information into idea-grams, students will hone a number of learning styles sure to improve they study habits.
Phonics Rules & Decoding for Older Students: PDF & Google BUNDLE - Activities
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Phonics Rules & Decoding for Older Students: PDF & Google BUNDLE - Activities

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Divide and Conquer with Phonics Rules! The study of phonics helps students divide words into small parts to conquer their reading problems. By using this powerful tool, your students can achieve improved reading performance. Part I is a teacher reference guide that provides you with a thorough knowledge of phonics. You’ll see all the most important phonics rules and the most important exceptions, along with patterns, examples, and explanations. These are presented to you in a logical progression of concepts, each building on the last. Part II offers reproducible worksheets and activities to help students reinforce basic phonics rules. These include interesting and short exercises working with vowels, consonants, syllables and more. Patterns and examples are also featured to make it easier for students to improve their pronunciation and word recognition. Altogether, this information-packed unit will help: you teach reading more effectively! raise your students reading levels! Grade Level K-3 | Interest Level 3-12 Google Slides: AT LAST… A PHONICS PROGRAM FOR OLDER STUDENTS…AND TEACHERS TOO! * 167 ready-to-use Google Classroom Lessons & Activities designed to help students of all ages conquer reading! Now you can Divide and Conquer with Phonics Rules! This unique and interactive Google Slides program sets you and your students up for success! It includes a complete ‘phonics refresher’ teacher manual followed by the corresponding student version of the phonics activities & lessons. These colorful lessons are straightforward, and suitable for students of ALL AGES who need additional phonics and decoding practice to reach mastery level. The art is NOT “BABYISH.” Check out the product preview to see tons of sample pages. :) This unique resource helps students divide words into small parts to conquer their reading problems. By using this powerful tool, your students can achieve improved reading performance. Part I is a teacher reference guide that provides you with a thorough knowledge of phonics. You’ll see all the most important phonics rules and the most important exceptions, along with patterns, examples, and explanations. These are presented to you in a logical progression of concepts, each building on the last. Part II offers student lessons and activities to help learners reinforce basic phonics rules. These include interesting and short exercises working with vowels, consonants, syllables and more. Patterns and examples are also featured to make it easier for students to improve their pronunciation and word recognition. Fun-to-Read & Complete! Slides feature short, colorful lessons that students will WANT to complete! Every short lesson is followed by specific activities targeting that specific phonics skill. A variety of fun formats keep things interesting as students drag and drop, cross out, circle, write words and more. These lessons are ideal for distance learning, remediation, daily enrichment, homework, and review! Easy-to-Use! We’ve done the work for you! With this easy-to-use set you won’t have to waste time searching through books and activities to create a program to help your students succeed. Simply add these Interactive Google Slides to your Google Drive Classroom. You can assign specific slides to specific students, or assign to the whole class! Watch students work in real-time, or check their progress later. These skill-building activities are helpful for: Older students who have not yet reached mastery levels Middle school through adult students who have a reading or learning disability Good students who are laborious readers Anyone interested in enhancing their pronunciation, spelling, and reading skills English as a second language students (ESL)
Summarizing: Specific Skills Series
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Summarizing: Specific Skills Series

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Help students organize and summarize information with these short, easy-to-read passages, guided activities, and story webs. This 32-page book offers lots of practice identifying the main idea, summarizing stories, writing supporting sentences, and more. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 4-8
Wonder Stories {Bundle}
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Wonder Stories {Bundle}

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The Wonder Stories are the perfect way to improve the reading comprehension of reluctant readers and those who are reading below grade level. The engaging stories will appeal to all age groups and will instantly capture the reader’s attention with “I Wonder…” questions such as: “What are hiccups?” “What is a tornado?” and “What is a mirage?” These high-interest questions motivate the student to read further and discover the surprising answers. Following each story, comprehension activities focus on the following basic skills: finding the main idea, finding a fact, locating an answer, inference, vocabulary, reading for details, word analysis, and more!Reading Level 1-5
Practical Practice Reading: The Newspaper
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Practical Practice Reading: The Newspaper

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Help your students develop important life skills with these easy-to-use activities sure to strengthen their abilities in reading, comprehension, and writing! The Newspaper is a great way to help students become more confident and independent as they work through activities involving "real-life" situations. Lessons focus on learning about the makeup of a daily paper, the different sections that comprise the news, and understanding actual news articles. Follow-up questions and extended activities invite creativity and test students' reading comprehension. 32 pages includes an answer key.Reading Level 3-4
SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL SKILLS - IMPROVING BEHAVIOR: Reading Comprehension
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SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL SKILLS - IMPROVING BEHAVIOR: Reading Comprehension

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SOCIAL SKILLS LESSONS TO IMPROVE EVERYDAY BEHAVIOR. Are you always late? When is it okay to lie? Help students learn about themselves and challenge them to become the best they can be, with these light-hearted and relevant social skills lessons! Each high-interest reading passage is followed by standards-based reading comprehension and sentence writing activities! Real-life scenarios and sticky social situations challenge students to learn about themselves and the consequences of various behaviors such as: always being late, being unable to forgive, being too nice, and more. They also learn the value of being honest, courageous, easy-going, generous, and optimistic. Teens and ‘Experts’ offer helpful advice through text messages and keep things light-hearted and non-threatening. A great way to improve students’ everyday social skills! STANDARDS-BASED READING & WRITING ACTIVITIES: Each social-skills lesson is followed by specific reading comprehension and writing activities that require complete-sentence answers. Additional activities encourage students to ‘look within’ and relate each scenario to themselves and their own daily actions. Finally, students decide how they might better handle each daily scenario in the future. Questions are clearly labeled with the standard/skill that it meets. STANDARDS: • Locate Information • Summarize • Generalize • Compare & Contrast • Cause & Effect • Form Opinions • Draw Conclusions • Main Idea • Make Inferences • Use Context Clues • Sequence • Determine Author’s Viewpoint • Analyze, Evaluate & Apply TOPICS INCLUDE: • How do I know if I’m being a good person? • How can I be honest with my friends without hurting their feelings? • I never have a good day at school! How can I do better? • How can I stop being jealous? • How can I NOT be late all the time? • I want people to trust me. What can I do? • How can I be kind without being a doormat? • Forgiveness is hard. Should I always forgive people? • Why should I be patient? I hate to wait around! • Can being optimistic make me happy? Reading Level: Gr 3 - 4 Interest Level: Gr 6 - 12
Kitchen Safety 3: Cooking & Life Skills Activities | Food Prep
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Kitchen Safety 3: Cooking & Life Skills Activities | Food Prep

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Life Skills | Kitchen Safety | Cooking | Food Prep | Knife Safety | Kitchen Fires. | Appliances | Burns | Is it time to teach KITCHEN SAFETY? These easy-to-use & highly-visual lessons are ready when you are! Short reading passages introduce students to key safety topics, while simple multiple-choice questions challenge students to show what they know. A great way to teach kitchen safety and life skills in a very deliberate and explicit manner! For students of all ages. (See product preview for tons of sample pages). TOPICS INCLUDE: Kitchen Safety Grease Fires - (How to put them out) Fire Extinguishers Stove Top & Cooking Safety Fire-Safe Clothing Small Appliance Safety Burns, Scalding & Steam Potholders & Oven Mitts Knife Safety Where to Store Cleaning Supplies Wet & Slippery Floors Trip Hazards & Falling Accidents Step Stools & Ladders And more! SKILL-BASED VISUAL LESSONS: Students read each short passage then answer relevant kitchen safety questions. These realistic and highly-visual activities challenge students to read for details, locate information, use context clues, sequence events, and more. EVERYDAY SAFETY TOPICS: Students are sure to LOVE learning how to cook and prepare meals safely. Whether learning the correct way to use a knife or how to put out a grease fire, your students will get their fill with these explicit life-skills lessons. COMPREHENSION ACTIVITIES: Multiple-choice and cloze reading comprehension questions challenge students after reading each passage. Questions require students to read for details, locate information, use context clues and more… Basic kitchen terms are used throughout, giving students opportunities to expand their vocabulary along the way. VERSATILE LESSONS: These multiple-choice activities require very little writing… making them ideal for daily lessons, review, progress monitoring, enrichment, quiz games, and task cards. All activities are multiple choice. Includes 47 Pages Answer Key
Work Place Words: Life-Skills Lessons
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Work Place Words: Life-Skills Lessons

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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: resume, employer, social security, qualified, salary, interview, overtime, supervisor, and many more. Interest Level 7-12 | Reading Level 4-5 Contents Include: - 7 Lessons - Activities that cover abbreviations, personal data, job applications, paychecks, safety, and much more - Answer key Skills Covered Include: - Apply information - Choose the correct word - Expand vocabulary - Understand meaning of words and ideas - Use context clues - Develop life/survival skills - Write an original sentence - Understand consumer information - Spell correctly - Apply math to real-life situations
Making Inferences: Specific Skills Series
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Making Inferences: Specific Skills Series

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Packed with informative short stories, comprehension questions, and various research activities, this 23-lesson book provides valuable practice in the specific reading skill that emphasizes inference comprehension.The stories lack some facts that the reader must infer from the text in order to detect certain details. Questions following each story test student’s ability to recognize information that is implied but not directly given. 28-page book includes an answer key. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 4-12
Multiplication Word Problems
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Multiplication Word Problems

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Solve it with math! This 16-lesson learning unit starts with two “Fast Action Multiplication” exercises designed to be timed. From here, students move on to word problems that progress from one-digit, to two-digit, to three-digit factors, and finally to worksheets comprised of a combination of addition, subtraction and multiplication problems. In all, there are more than 100 story problems included in this book. Students will get plenty of practice by the time it is completed.
Meaningful Handwriting
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Meaningful Handwriting

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Practicing penmanship! Each of the 44 lessons in this unit are designed so students can learn useful information while practicing good cursive handwriting and improving near-point copying skills. The workbook pages have been sequentially arranged by difficulty – beginning with one-sentence copying activities and ending with 50-word paragraph copying. Each exercise boasts a different topic, from “famous quotes” and “inventions” to “manners” and “nutrition.” Research suggests that writing information in addition to reading the information improves the chances that the information will be understood and remembered. 52 pages.
Three Cheers for Handwriting
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Three Cheers for Handwriting

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Improving handwriting! Students who have difficulty with cursive writing will find the alternative approach of this lesson unit especially helpful. By eliminating some of the loops found on capital letters, the activities here provide the simplification necessary to promote good handwriting. These extra loops are not necessary to letter recognition, they are simply pleasing to the eye. To further assist students, the practice exercises featured here are highly sequential. For example, students are not expected to write words containing letters they have not first practiced individually.
Mini Mysteries
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Mini Mysteries

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Reluctant readers of all ages are sure to have fun while they improve their reading skills with Mini Mysteries. Kids love a good mystery, and they won't be disappointed with the 26 "who-dunits" detective Sam Sherlock encounters in this reading comprehension-listening-thinking skills book. Question pages encourage fact-finding, analyzing, predicting outcomes, and more! 56 pages.Please note: Contains some mysteries that may be more appropriate for mature students. Reading Level 2.6-5.3 | Interest Level Grades 3-12
Absurdities: Critical Thinking Skills
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Absurdities: Critical Thinking Skills

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Teaching humor! It’s not at all absurd. In fact, absurdity is at the core of both critical cause-and-effect thinking and basic humor.Example: “We took our dog to training classes so he could learn to chase cars.” The reasoning here is absurd. Can you rewrite the sentence to make a little more sense?From slapstick comedy to abstract puns, absurdity plays a key role. Research now offers evidence of the value of humor as a tool for promoting emotional balance, stimulating intellectual growth, and improving physical well-being. In this learning unit, you’ll find 24 “absurdly” enlightening lessons. The step-by-step exercises are sure to improve thinking and logic skills.
Analysis: Critical Thinking Skills
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Analysis: Critical Thinking Skills

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Promote thinking!Analysis is the ability to break a whole into its component parts and understand how each functions as part of the whole. The ability to reason logically is a major skill at this step of the critical thinking process. The 27 lessons in this unit include a variety of analogies and puzzles. As students work the exercises they learn to examine the whole, make judgments about the pieces, and finally see how these pieces relate to each other.Example: “Hoot. Clang. Creak. Yelp. Whinny…: A door that needs oiling would ____. A hungryHorse would ____. A frightened puppy would ____.”These sequential activities are sure to improve thinking and logic skills. And, because they seem more like games than work, students will have loads of fun.
Science Research Projects
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Science Research Projects

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Seeking out more information. From “Rocks and Minerals” to “Butterflies” and “Planets,” this book presents over 100 “science” topics for students to research. Each category presents a word search puzzle from which students choose a specific research topic. (“Mollusks: Sea Slug. Oyster. Squid. Octopus…”) A series of statements follow, encouraging students to find specific information. (“Describe its appearance.” “Its young are born _____.”)To put what they have learned to use, guidelines for the structure of a report are included.
LIFE SKILLS: "NO COOK" RECIPE COMPREHENSION - Cooking Activities for Special Ed. (eBook Part 2)
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LIFE SKILLS: "NO COOK" RECIPE COMPREHENSION - Cooking Activities for Special Ed. (eBook Part 2)

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No Cook Recipes * Life Skills * Reading Comprehension * Menu * Ingredients * Following Directions * Kitchen Activities * Special Education A ‘No Cook’ Recipe for Success! A delicious way to teach essential life skills AND reading comprehension! These ‘no-cook’ recipes can be made quickly and easily right in your classroom! No stove or oven is needed. Students are sure to LOVE learning all about cooking, and how to prepare these delicious menu items. From No-Bake Creamy Pineapple Pie to Easy Chocolate Pretzel Bars, and Guacamole to Southwest Wraps your students will get their fill with these solidly-conceived life-skills lessons. These Print & Go lessons are ready when you are! COMPREHENSION ACTIVITIES: Multiple-choice comprehension questions (10 per recipe) challenge students to read each recipe carefully. Questions require students to read for details, locate information, use context clues, sequence recipe steps, calculate cooking times, understand ingredients and their measurements, make inferences, and more… Kitchen and measuring terms are used throughout, giving students opportunities to expand their vocabulary along the way. EASY REAL RECIPES! You’re going to love these ready-to-use printable lessons. Just print and go! VERSATILE FORMAT: Each recipe includes 10 multiple choice questions making them ideal for assessment, review, task boxes, hands-on learning, quiz cards and more… These easy-to-use lessons do not require writing. All answers are multiple choice. Feel free to upload these pdf’s to EASEL - if you want to create a digital version. Includes: 30 Printable Pdf Pages Answer Key
Writing Sentences: Writing Basics Series
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Writing Sentences: Writing Basics Series

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With this step-by-step book, students will learn how to tell the difference between fragments and complete sentences, how to turn fragments into complete sentences, and how to write descriptive sentences using adjectives and adverbs. Combining short, related sentences is also covered, as well as capitalization and appropriate end punctuation. The lessons are sequential, beginning with identifying complete sentences, progressing to putting sentence parts together, and finally writing original sentences. A challenge activity on each page offers students an opportunity to expand on their understanding of the skills they have learned. While gaining competency in sentence development, students will also enhance their comprehension, vocabulary, handwriting, and spelling skills as they work through the various activities in Writing Sentences. An effective teaching aid for a wide range of ability levels!
Highlights in History: The Late 1700s
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Highlights in History: The Late 1700s

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Historically speaking! Students will build comprehension skills as they learn about important historic events and people of the 18th Century. Twenty-one stories about the birth of our nation and significant events that occurred in other parts of the world are covered. From “Life in the American Colonies” in the 1700’s to “The Discovery of the Smallpox Vaccine” in 1796, students will be exposed to sound historical information. Overall, this unit presents a unique integrated view by including achievements in science, music, world events, and exploration. Comprehension questions follow each story. Time-line activities are included so students can visualize the interaction of events.Reading Level 5
Cultures of the World: Central Europe
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Cultures of the World: Central Europe

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Appreciating other lands and cultures. The history, language, customs, and cultures of Greece, Holland, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria are all topics covered in this informative book. As students learn about these far off places and work the accompanying activities, they will build comprehension. The 30 illustrated exercises here enhance learning with information-packed stories about each country. The Greek history of the Olympic Games is covered, as is a recipe for German Potato Salad. There is even a lesson on the Holidays in Holland. Learning has never been so much fun.Reading Level 3