• Thanksgiving Number Puzzles

    Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I have a fun FREE activity for you to help celebrate or maybe you are simply looking to extend your Math resources? These number puzzles are great for Special Education and Preschool learners. Let’s take a look at what’s included. Thanksgiving Number Puzzles I have created pictures for each puzzle that are designed to…

  • A picture of a spider and some example math activities depicting clip it counting to 10 spiders on web and a 10 frame with numerals under each space and a web above ready to receive spiders.

    Spider Math

    Spider Math is a fun, interactive activity to support emergent learners counting to ten. The two different levels helps to engage a range of learners. Great for a number of themes including Halloween, Gardens, and Nursery Rhymes. Best of all it is free. Read on to find out more about the product. Spider Math Clip-it Who doesn’t love a good…

  • Picture advertising Boo! Clip it book and Prewriting patterns. Includes picture of a ghost and a sample page of clip it and pre-writing patterns.

    BOO! Halloween Clip It, Book and Pre-writing Patterns

    Boo! Let the fun begin. Do you celebrate all things Halloween in your class? In New Zealand we have really only started getting into Halloween in the last decade. My students love it, so I made some products for them and I thought I would share. The interactive activities will engage students and they are coming to you for free!…

  • Fall/Autumn Number Puzzles

    Fall/Autumn number puzzles anyone? Hi all. This pack provides great seasonal fun for your students. Perhaps you are looking for resources to support a garden or food theme! These are so useful for anytime of year really and Fall/Autumn colours are so lovely too! Read on to see what’s included then grab yourself some free resources. How to use Fall/Autumn…

  • Fall Autumn Task Box Activities

    Fall (or Autumn) is a wonderful time of year. I love the leaves tumbling down, the crunch of apples and pumpkin soup! And what about those colours? Even if you are in the Southern Hemisphere apples and pumpkins are still plentiful. Would you like some great activities for Special Ed or Preschool/Kindergarten to go with this theme? Read on to…

  • Picture of bookmarks containing pictures and words.

    Bookmarks – For all Readers

    Bookmarks in our class are used to encourage students to read books, to support the staff when reading with kids, and to support parents when reading at home. Ready to find out more? Read on and download a copy for your students. Why use bookmarks? Ok, I know kids love viewing stories and reading stories on iPads and computers. However,…

  • Picture showing two pages (letter A and Y) from the Alphabet Uppercase Dot and Color Pack.

    Alphabet Uppercase Dot and Color

    Alphabet dot and color is a fun activity that I am sure your students will love. After all that’s what we all want, happy, engaged learners. You can read how I incorporate the activity, then download a copy for yourself. What is it about dotting? I am not sure why the kids love to dot so much. But, love it…

  • Non-Fiction Books Shared Reading for Emergent Learners

    Non-fiction books can be very engaging for kids in special education but how do we move from ‘all about me’ and their focused interest areas? What non-fiction texts would grab the attention of our learners and hold it, during group time? Read on for some great ideas shared from the fabulous Jodie Rodriguez. Growing Book by Book Jodie Rodriguez from…

  • Alphabet Shapes

    Alphabet shapes is a fun, hands on product for all emergent literacy learners. Great for Special Education, Preschool, Pre K and Kindi kids. Be back to school ready for learning alphabet and beginning phonics. Ready to find out more? Let’s take a peek. Pattern Block Shapes and Alphabet What could be more fun than learning the alphabet and manipulating pattern…

  • Reluctant Eaters? From Yuck to Yum

    Cooking with reluctant eaters can and should be a fun and educational learning experience. Many of my students have very restrictive diets and this can present a challenge. Sound familiar? I have a free resource and ideas that may help. Planning to Support your Reluctant Eaters The first thing I do is consult with parents to get an idea of…