Behavioral Momentum Cue Cards
- Following Directions
- What Letter
- Fill In the Blank
- What is this?
- Personal Information
- What Shape?
- What Color?
- How Many?
- Action Imitation
Do you have an early learner at home who is still working on basic skills?
A focus wall is a great way to display and practice a set of learning targets for several different categories.
This particular set includes letters, numbers, colors, shapes, greetings, movements, core words, and questions. It would be perfect for a PreK or K student who is currently learning from home.
Integrate these focus wall topics into your daily activities, reinforcing the different skills throughout the day.
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Parents - Many of you are gearing up for your second week of working from home while simultaneously homeschooling your children.
Like many others, I assume you feel pulled in two directions. Families everywhere are in a similar position, trying to conduct Zoom meetings and meet deadlines while also attempting to keep their little humans happy and safe.
That's why I created a new FREE printable. Availability Cards are a tool that parents can use to signal when they are available/not available.
While you work, the RED card provides your children with a list of alternative activities that they can do while they wait. Then, flip to the GREEN card, to indicate that you are available and are ready for a break.
You can download this printable via the latest post on my blog, from the resource library on my website, or on TPT. I will provide a link to the blog post in the comments below. ... See MoreSee Less
EDITED: You can now access the printable PDF version of this schedule by clicking this link: bit.ly/BIASDailyHomeSchedule. It will no longer be available via the store on my website.
In the wake of the vast number of school closings, I have created this FREE daily schedule and activity list printable for parents.
The first thing the majority of people asked for over the last few days is some type of printable schedule. Many families are just starting to find out that their children will be out of school for the next 4-6 weeks, and are coming to the realization that in order to maintain continuity they will need to implement a structured schedule.
I created a sample schedule for you, as well as a list of activity ideas for each category. Are the schedule times or order of activities not quite right? Print it out, cut out the strips apart, reorder them to your liking and then glue it to a plain sheet of paper. You can even write in your own times next to each activity. Make learning from home a breeze by scheduling and alternating preferred and non-preferred activities.
Questions, or in need of other resources? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop me a line in the comments below. ... See MoreSee Less
I can only imagine how overwhelmed you feel at this moment. There are so many questions. When can my kids return to school? Will we be spared from illness? How can I maintain a sense of routine and normalcy when things feel like they are falling apart?
I see your looks and I hear your concerns. I am here to help. What do you need? Resources, schedules, activities? Take the weekend to think about it and drop me a message in the comments or send me a pm!
We will get through this together!
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