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Place Value Game - Base Ten Block Review

TEKS 1. (2E) Audience: 1st grade Behavior: recognize place value when using counting rods Condition: Students do this by identifying specific numbers in number rod form. To do this, the students must be able to recognize how many 10's and 1's there are in a number. I would use this as the independent practice part of a lesson once my students have a good grasp on place value.

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Beware the Narcissist More

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Life Skills BINGO (Special Education & Autism Resource)

Students LOVE working on life skills when they get to play games!! My special education students enjoy working on labeling and identifying function through these games. Money, daily living activities, hygiene, furniture, appliance, cooking tools and the grocery store are covered in this set. They are especially great for students with autism or other language based disabilities.

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Random Acts of Kindness. Good template and could be modified for use with high school students.

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Great collection of social skills videos compiled by Julie C. on Pinterest. Great for classroom/home use. You may also like Willy Wonka Printables Behavior Bingo Short Moral Stories for Kids Character Counts LiveBinder 100+ resources

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Fun FREE way to practice classroom procedures the first week of school. Have 3rd grade or 4th grade students complete this classroom procedures "Find Somebody Who."

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Poems about each letter to use on the smart board. Great for sound specific practice too!

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Mindfulness BINGO and Task Cards for School Counseling Program

Mindfulness BINGO and Task Cards for School... by Counselor Keri | Teachers Pay Teachers

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conflict resolution bingo - Google Search

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This free activity addresses various "expected" behaviors we expect and try to implement with our students, but do they understand "why" they are "expected" behaviors. A fun way to get discussions going about how our "unexpected" behaviors affect others.

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