Resources and ideas for teachers of learners with severe, profound, intensive, significant, complex or multiple special needs.
Hi Guys,Enjoyed your wordless Wednesday post. I am amazed that some of your equipment looks exactly like ours (standing frames) even though we are on the other die of the world. Love this blog.
Hey I want one of those tray holders. Did you purchase it from somewhere or did someone make it? Love the pictures. I think looking at pictures of how someone sets things up is one of the greatest way to gain ideas. Thanks :).
Could you please explain the Calendar Boxes picture? I can't figure it out.ThanksAlison
Great pictures of your room! I love seeing how others have there classrooms set up; there is only so much you can put into words. I'll have to do that eventually, if I ever get around to taking pictures!
Thanks everyone. Alison the Calendar boxes are explained in the last post. They are a First/Next/All Done schedule system for students who are blind. Monica, I will write a post about the tray holder, but it was built by my fabulous assistant teacher's husband. I had one at a former job made of PVC and he improvised based on ideas I gave him using materials he had on hand.
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