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Differentiate Instruction with First/Then Boards

A First/Then Board is a mini-schedule that is portable and can be used to provide more choices to a student or to reinforce simple instructions. Check out this excerpt from Paula Kluth and Sheila Danaher's From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks to find out how to create your own! Read More

Teacher report cards

View the activity and discover how to create teacher report cards. A description of teacher report cards as an assessment tool, as well as directions and an example are included. Read More

Purposeful puzzles

View the sample activity and discover how to create purposeful puzzles. A description of what purposeful puzzles are, as well as directions, examples, and a list of vendors are included. Read More

Social skill slam book

View the sample activity and discover how to create a social skills slam book. A description of what a slam book is, as well as materials needed, instructions for assembly, and sample questions are included. Read More

Stackables

View the sample activity and discover how to create stackables. A description of what stackables are, as well as materials needed, directions, and an example are included. Read More

First/then board

View the sample activity and discover how to create a first/then board. This excerpt includes a general discription of the activity, materials needed to create the board, and instructions for the board's assembly. Read More

Math communication board

View the sample activity and discover how to create a math communication board. This excerpt includes a general discription of the activity, materials needed to create the board, and instructions for the board's assembly. Read More

Numbers alive

View the sample activity and how to perform the mathematics activity, numbers alive. A description of the activity, as well as directions, and examples are included. Read More