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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.
Best Buys: Practical Practice Math
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Best Buys: Practical Practice Math

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Best Buys is the perfect way to build students' math skills while helping them gain a true appreciation for math in everyday living. Students are introduced to real-life scenarios where they must judge a purchase to determine if it is the best possible choice. Students learn to comparison shop, check prices, use coupons, buy in quantities and more! A real, practical application of math!
Independent Living: Preparing For a Job
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Independent Living: Preparing For a Job

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The Independent Living Series was developed to help students prepare for the real-life challenges of getting a job and living on their own. Preparing for a Job provides detailed information about different kinds of jobs, educational requirements, and how students can find their perfect job. The first section, Job Descriptions, features 28 jobs in 9 different job categories. The practical information tells what each job is like, what kind of education and training are needed, what the average salary is and, to help with planning, the expected growth rate for each job. The next section, Skills and Interests, gives examples of tests that help students understand what they’re good at and what kind of job is right for them. The Education and Training section explains college degrees and trade schools. It also tells how on the job training, internships, and volunteering can help prepare students for specific jobs. Follow-up activities include practical application math, basic comprehension questions to reinforce understanding, and practical writing exercises. Some questions ask students to think about the information given and express their opinions and ideas. The vocabulary section includes a glossary of words and phrases students may not be familiar with plus activities to test understanding of the new words and phrases. These words and phrases are highlighted in bold throughout the text. Full color interiors and are editable.
Antonyms & Synonyms: Crossword Puzzles
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Antonyms & Synonyms: Crossword Puzzles

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Free-time fun in 15 minutes or less! Each of the 24 creative yet challenging crossword puzzles in this unit focus on synonyms and/or antonyms. Word clues challenge students to identify the similar or opposite word from the given list. Examples: The synonym for Full is: Horrible, Hold, Stuffed... The antonym for Dull is: Arid, Boring, Sharp... Comprehension skills are given a great workout with these activities.
Read, Write, & Color: Sentences
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Read, Write, & Color: Sentences

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Constructing a foundation vocabulary! This creatively illustrated 24-lesson book helps young readers match words with images. While they practice writing the four words featured in each exercise, they begin to build their vocabulary from the ground up. From “plate” to “pot” and “swimming” to “skating,” the words and activities in this book are sure to boost reading comprehension and spelling skills. Of course, coloring the large, single-item drawings is all part of the fun.
Money Sense: Practical Practice Math
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Money Sense: Practical Practice Math

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Money Sense is the perfect way to build students' math skills while helping them gain a true appreciation for math in everyday living. This comprehensive book offers plenty of practice using everything from addition to division, percents, fractions, decimals, and more! Students are introduced to a variety of money situations such as: budgeting, credit cards, income tax, savings and checking accounts, getting paid and paychecks, sales discounts. A real, practical application of math!
Time Line Math
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Time Line Math

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Fascinating events in history are presented in addition and subtraction form in this unique book. “The potato chip was invented in 1853. Coca-Cola was invented 33 years later. In what year was Coca-Cola invented?” Addition and subtraction problems are camouflaged with captivating historical events, making this a truly unique approach to math. By answering 200 short word problems, students are led to record specific events and dates on various timelines provided.
Google Slides: Using Websites and Emails - Everyday-Life Reading & Writing Practice
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Google Slides: Using Websites and Emails - Everyday-Life Reading & Writing Practice

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Being able to read and write emails and knowing how to shop, find information, and communicate using a computer have quickly become essential life skills for the twenty-first century. Many students need lots of practice to understand, interpret, and use what they have read in these formats. This Chapter Slice offers plenty of realistic examples and tons of practical activities designed to improve reading and writing skills. Realistic images make these suitable for students of all ages. Writing activities give students practice with writing for a specific purpose.
Comprehension Quickies - Reading Level 2 (eBook)
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Comprehension Quickies - Reading Level 2 (eBook)

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Grade Level: 1-3 Interest Level: 4-12 Reading Level: 2 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.
Google Classroom: Independent Living - Getting Around & Transportation Life Skills
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Google Classroom: Independent Living - Getting Around & Transportation Life Skills

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Here’s Your Ticket to Independent Living! Prepare students for the ‘real world’ with these important life-skills lessons! Getting Around town safely, affordably, and efficiently is your ticket to freedom, but it can also be a real-life challenge… These essential lessons feature helpful tips and important information about the joys and pitfalls of commuting by bike, bus, subway, and car. Whether interpreting subway routes, bus schedules, calculating fares or buying and maintaining a car, students get tons of real-life-situation practice while also improving reading comprehension and practical application math skills.Topics Include: Commuting by Bike: What are the Do’s and Don’ts of commuting by bike? Are there bike-friendly cities? How much less does it cost to commute by bike versus a car? Are electric bikes a good option? What are important bike-safety issues and more…Commuting by Bus: Practice interpreting bus schedules, routes and determining how to get to your destination on time. Are there bus-friendly cities? How much does riding a bus cost? Can a bus carry a wheelchair or a bike? Is it possible to travel long distance by bus? Commuting by Subway & Train: Practice interpreting schedules and determining how to get to your destination on time. Calculate train fares, purchase monthly passes and more…Commuting by Car: How do car loans work? Buying vs leasing? Used cars vs new cars? Is car insurance really necessary? Car maintenance… is it that important? What are The Top 7 reasons for getting a traffic ticket? Tips for being a good and safe driver… even in bad weather! Reading Level: Grades 3-4 Interest Level: Grades 8-12 Easy-to-Use: Simply download these Google Slides and assign them to your students. Assign them all, or just a few for today’s lesson! For additional flexibility, these slides can also be printed for in-class use! Benefits of Google Slides: If you’ve been looking for a way to integrate technology into your lessons, this is your answer. And the best part is you don’t have to print, cut, laminate, or replace when you lose pieces…it’s ALL DIGITAL! How do Google Slides Work? Students read each high-interest story on a computer or iPad then answer the comprehension questions right on their copy of the slides. Teachers can see students’ answers in real time, or review them later. Slides can also be printed and used as colorful classroom worksheets. You can assign a set of slides to each student, so that they have their own personal packet.
The Graveyard Book: Discovering Literature Series
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The Graveyard Book: Discovering Literature Series

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Grade Level: 5-8 Interest Level: 4-12 This is a teaching guide, not a full version of the book. An in-depth teaching guide for a Newbery Award-winning and popular book. This teacher guide helps students understand Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book by grouping by strands: Community Strand and Journey Strand, providing a reference to focus student attention. Each chapter analysis includes Journal and Discussion Topics, Vocabulary, and Chapter Summaries. Other features of the guide include Strategy Pages, Testing, and the Writer’s Forum, along with an answer key. 112 pages. The Discovering Literature Series is designed to develop a student’s appreciation for good literature and to improve reading comprehension. While many skills reinforce a student’s ability to comprehend what he or she reads (sequencing, cause and effect, finding details, using context clues), two skills are vital. They are: discerning main ideas and summarizing the text. Students who can master these two essential skills develop into sophisticated readers. Each chapter analysis is organized into three basic elements: Student Directives, Chapter Vocabulary, and Chapter Summary. The Student Directives contain the main ideas in each chapter. They provide the students, working individually or in groups, with a framework for developing their summaries. Student Directives can also be used as group discussions. The Chapter Vocabulary includes definitions of keywords from each chapter. To save time, students need only to copy, not look up, definitions. A Chapter Summary for each chapter is included for teacher use and knowledge. Throughout the guide Skill Pages and Tests are provided for to build an increased understanding of the book and to review student’s knowledge.
Fables: Critical Thinking & Classic Tales
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Fables: Critical Thinking & Classic Tales

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This wonderful collection of 12 fables features activities sure to develop critical thinking skills and promote maximum comprehension. Each illustrated story is followed by a crossword puzzle plus questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy and labeled according to a targeted skill/thinking level. The many morals and lessons throughout provide opportunities to work on character building. This 48-page book also includes graphic organizers and a skills chart. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 3-6 Contents Include: - 12 Fables - Comprehension Questions - Cross Word Puzzles - Story Map - Venn Diagram - Story Sequence - Chart of Skills - Suggestions for Use - Answer Key
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.
Cloze Reading (Grade 5)
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Cloze Reading (Grade 5)

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A springboard for comprehension! The 20 cloze procedure lessons in this book will help students not only gain a greater understanding of concepts, but will assist in expanding their vocabulary.Questions follow each cloze paragraph exercise - thus insuring that students have a broad understanding of the story by incorporating thinking skills as well as recall activities. The questions involve inference, prediction, and relationship.Of course, creative content choice keeps it all interesting with subjects ranging from “dolphins” to “lightening” and “magical mold” to “the Loch Ness monster.”
Evaluation: Critical Thinking Skills
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Evaluation: Critical Thinking Skills

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“Evaluation” is the most abstract and complex level of critical thinking. To evaluate or make judgments, students must accept a given criteria as the standard before being able to come to an accurate conclusion.The 25 lessons in this unit provide practice with personal values, accuracy of facts, recognizing bias, and using reference sources.Example: “You want to go to a summer camp. What makes a good one?”The sequential activities featured here are sure to develop critical thinking skills.
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
Study Skills
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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.
Cloze Reading (Grade 3)
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Cloze Reading (Grade 3)

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A springboard for comprehension!The 20 cloze procedure lessons in this book will help students not only gain a greater understanding of concepts, but will assist in expanding their vocabulary.Questions follow each cloze paragraph exercise - thus insuring students have a broad understanding of the story by incorporating thinking skills as well as recall activities. The questions involve inference, prediction, and relationship.Of course, creative content choice keeps it all interesting with subjects ranging from “the button king” to “the cuckoo bird” and “customs changing” to “man-eating piranha fish.”
Visual Sequence: Writing Activities
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Visual Sequence: Writing Activities

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Putting things in order! This lesson unit features 24 straight-edge jigsaw puzzles – each accompanied by sentence writing and picture coloring activities. The exercises are designed to improve visual perception, writing, vocabulary, fine motor, and sequencing skills. After cutting out the puzzle pieces, students paste them together in sequential order. Once completed, students are challenged to use the related vocabulary words in a sentence. This is a great book for visual learners!
Independent Living Words
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Independent Living Words

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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: driver's manual, detour, pedestrian, tenant, vacancy, lease agreement, merchandise, reimburse, and many more. Interest Level 7-12 | Reading Level 4-5 Contents Include: - 7 Lessons - Activities that cover learning to drive, filing an accident report, coupons, newspaper, insurance, and 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 consumer skills - Find relevant facts - Understand and use reference sources - Understand consumer information - Analyze information - Fill out forms correctly This 32-page unit includes an answer key.
Rhyming Words
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Rhyming Words

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It's time to rhyme! This illustrated workbook of learning puzzles will assist students with the basic beginner skills needed to master rhyming words. Imaginative, hands-on activities are featured to help students adequately learn, clearly identify, and creatively write rhyming words. Whether helping Mr. Frog cross his pond by writing a rhyming word for each word on his lily pad path or coloring each "High in the Sky" kite that boast a pair of rhyming words, this book is one teaching tool sure to capture the interest and imagination of young students.In all, there are 21 fun-filled learning exercises including Search and Rhyme, Color a Rhyme, Sentence Rhymes, Picture Rhymes, and Crossword Rhymes.