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Budgeting Unit for Special Education and Life Skills | Managing Money
Budgeting skills can be so challenging even for the best of us, but imagine if you were living with a disability like autism. This unit on teaching budgeting skills is meant to help students in a life skills high school setting understand what it means to make and follow a budget. This unit on budgeting includes 2 versions to target those students who are early readers and those who are non-readers.
Times tables memory game pockets - a tutorial
multiplication. I don't have a sewing machine & won't be whipping this hanging pocket craft up any time soon, but this blog post is good, and leads to her other blog, where signing up for a newsletter gains you a free eBook on how to teach the teams tables in 5 minutes/day. Some of the ideas are so very do-able immediately for us! YAY!
Easter Egg Matching Activity
matching numbers...could adapt this for a post conference activity. Maybe match lab values with their normal ranges, endocrine disorders with their S, etc....gotta find a way to incorporate this idea for nursing school :) (I'm a grade school teacher at heart, and a nursing instructor in reality!)