This post is sponsored by Speech With Milo. It's World Autism Awareness Day! As well as today's fresh list of 62 apps with $420 in savings, I have edited yesterday's post and removed any apps that are no longer discounted (leaving 94 apps with $472 in savings). You can find...
En la Semana Temática de la Educación Especial queremos traerte un interesante listado de herramientas, ideas y recursos educativos para Necesidades Educativas Especiales, para poder tratar la diversidad en clase. ¡No te lo pierdas!
Marta Carracedo, maestra de Infantil en la EEI Monte da Guía, en Vigo, nos explica en qué consiste el proyecto equiPADos (introducción del iPad en el aula) que ha supuesto toda una revolución para el alumnado. Ella misma nos lo cuenta.
Immy is well and truly on the road to learning to read, arriving home from school with her very first beginning reader last week! As I have shared previously, learning to automatically recognise high frequency sight words is an important part of this process as automatic recall positively influences reading fluency, which in turn aids clearer comprehension. Providing lots of opportunity for children to revisit sight words is important to the development of automatic recall but this repetition doesn't have to be boring, in fact the 50 sight word activity ideas included in this list are most definitely not boring! These fun and playful ideas include something for everyone - for those who like to be physically active to those who like a side of creativity with their learning, there's something for the child who loves a cognitive challenge and for the one who learns best through co-operative games - the list includes suggestions suitable for all types of learners. 50 Playful Sight Words