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Kristina Marie

I teach a kindergarten class of kiddos who have special needs! I have created some resources of my own that I would love to share!! :)

I teach a kindergarten class of kiddos who have special needs! I have created some resources of my own that I would love to share!! :)
Ten Frame!
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Ten Frame!

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Here is a ten frame that you can use with your students that they can put counters or other objects in! :)
Goodbye Fingerprint Card
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Goodbye Fingerprint Card

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This is a perfect gift for a teacher, student teacher, paraprofessional, or anyone who might be leaving that has made an impact on your kiddos! A very personal card that includes students and/or staff fingerprints!
Progress Monitor Sheets
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Progress Monitor Sheets

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Here I have put together a collection of 19 pages of various different data sheets to record for student IEP/behavior goals. The data sheets differentiate from trial numbers, and specifics. They are completely editable as well. I have included a few sample IEP goals as well-to give some examples of how these can be used.
Chase Cards
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Chase Cards

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This is for students who might run around the classroom during times where it may be inappropriate, students who elope for attention, etc. This can be a positive tool that can teach students that they can in fact “earn” chase, and maybe only have 2-5 chase options a day.
Uppercase Letter Match
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Uppercase Letter Match

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This is a great resource for your students who may not be able to yet match LC and UC letters. I use this with my students who have special needs and it is a great resource!
Emergency Cards
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Emergency Cards

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Here is an editable emergency card template with 30 emergency cards. The emergency cards have a spot for student name, address, allergies, phone numbers, how each student rides home, etc. There is also a front cover to maintain confidentiality. After filling out emergency cards, print out and laminate. Cut out and put holes in the corner, then put a ring through for easy access.
Letter Name Match!
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Letter Name Match!

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I have designed this activity as a way for students to practice their tracing, letter recognition, and name recognition. This activity is great practice for fine motor skills and teaching students to spell their name. I use this activity as morning work for my students, this is the first page, and then they flip to the next page which is a different activity. This can be used for students with special needs, or any students. I have set the powerpoint up so that 4-9 letter names are premade, however, you can add names of different lengths, first and last names, etc. This is completely editable!!
Segmenting and Blending Test
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Segmenting and Blending Test

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I have put together this test for use with both verbal, and nonverbal students. Nonverbal students will have the opportunity to demonstrate how well they understand blending by selecting the correct picture that represents the blended together word.
Daily Communication
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Daily Communication

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This file contains a few different versions of a daily communication log between parents and teachers. I have also included a single sheet that can be sent home for students who forget/do not bring in their folder/book bag every day. These days-I simply just send the sheet home with the student to ensure that communication is still occurring. In my classroom, I hole punch and put these papers in a daily folder that gets sent home.
Daily Schedule
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Daily Schedule

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I have put together a daily schedule that I use with my kids. All you need to do is print out each page, and hang it up vertically. You can edit the schedule however you need to, or even edit it to hang horizontally. I have attached pictures related to related arts and such as well.
One More Minute
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One More Minute

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This may act as an intervention, providing replacement behavior for students who display disruptive behavior. Teach students who become upset to use appropriate communication, they can request “1 more minute” and you can even provide them with a limit!