As a preschool Special Education teacher, I spend a lot of learning time working with my students on their IEP goals. Most of these goals are related to basic preschool skills that many typically-developing preschoolers master without assistance at this age. My students, however need to spend more time and energy on developing these skills, and therefore require lots of opportunities to learn and practice them.
I created these materials in order to have a collection of items on hand that I and my instructional aides could use to help these student do just that.
Are these activities only for special education students? Of course not. As mentioned above, the skills developed by working on these activities are ones that all young learners need to develop in order to move on to the learning that will come in kindergarten and later years.
All in all this set contains 93 pages of full-color activities, editable labels for your kit drawers, as well as 20 pages of explanation, tips, and photos.
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