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Three Little Pigs

Key Ideas and Details
RL.K.1. With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
RL.K.2. With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details.
RL.K.3. With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.

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Linda Schneider's comment, September 29, 2013 1:26 PM
Awesome unit
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Reading Raven | Apps For Children with Special Needs

Reading Raven | Apps For Children with Special Needs | Teaching students with special needs | Scoop.it

Reading Raven is an extremely fun and engaging learn-to-read educational game that provides step-by-step reading lessons designed to help young children build a solid foundation for reading.

FEATURES:
✔ Self-paced lessons take kids all the way from pre-reading to reading sentences!
✔ Eleven types of super fun games/activities that teach critical sub-skills!
✔ Fully customizable by age or reading level!
✔ Speed and tolerance dynamically adapt to motor control ability!
✔ Sticker rewards that reinforce what was learned!
✔ No pressure tactics!
✔ Extremely effective voice instructions and feedback!
✔ Free form letter and word writing!
✔ Children can pause and save their progress anytime!
✔ Beautiful hand-illustrated artwork!
✔ No third party advertising!
✔ No external links to social network sites!

With the Reading Raven companion guiding them along, children will go on delightful fun-filled adventures where they will encounter fly eating frogs, caterpillars that turn into butterflies, circus acrobats, ball balancing seals, underwater sea creatures, snow monsters, flying penguins, space robots, rhyming rockets, and much more!

 


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iPad Technology Helps Down Syndrome Student Communicate

iPad Technology Helps Down Syndrome Student Communicate | Teaching students with special needs | Scoop.it
iPad Technology Helps Down Syndrome Student CommunicateNewsChannel5.comIt's just expressing it that's the hard thing, and that's where the iPad comes in," said special education teacher Sarah Roberts.

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Why sing Old MacDonald Had a Farm? | Preschool Music Lesson Plans

Why sing Old MacDonald Had a Farm? | Preschool Music Lesson Plans | Teaching students with special needs | Scoop.it

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Goodnight ABC | Apps For Children with Special Needs

Goodnight ABC | Apps For Children with Special Needs | Teaching students with special needs | Scoop.it

Goodnight ABC is a fully interactive App that makes learning ABC and Phonics feel like playing an exciting game. Filled with colorful original art, sound effects, animals, whimsical objects, and tons of interactive features and animation on every page, the app teaches letters and letter sounds, while also providing your child with hundreds of new vocabulary words, knowledge of numbers, colors, the basics of nature, animal world, technology, and a lot more.


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Super Powers for the Blind and Deaf: Scientific American

Super Powers for the Blind and Deaf: Scientific American | Teaching students with special needs | Scoop.it
The brain rewires itself to boost the remaining senses...

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