So, waking up before the sun after having eaten 40 pounds of turkey, sweet potatoes, and green beans, and then waiting in line only to check out with $200 worth of things you didn’t actually need from Target isn’t really your thing? (No offense, Target, you just always have the ability to make me decide on a whim to refill my gum collection, buy 12 DVDs “because they’re only $5!”)
Saving 28% off teaching materials, lesson plans, and activities in your pajamas from the comfort of your own home more how you like to do things? Well, tomorrow and Tuesday only, you can save on EVERYTHING in my store, including all my Winter Holiday items. Just enter the promo code “SMILE” at checkout to get and extra 10% off already discounted items (10% off items already 20% off = 28% off…just trust me)!
But don’t wait too long. This sale will only be going on 12:01 AM Monday through 11:59 PM on Tuesday. So, head on over and grab lots of goodies to get you through the rest of the year. Won’t it be great to not have to plan until next year!?
When I was first starting out as a school social worker, one of my biggest frustrations was trying to keep myself organized with the mounds of paperwork I had. There were millions of teacher binders out there, but nothing seemed really tailored to those of us special education types! Over several years, I put together my first Special Education Organization Binder. To date, it’s one of my most popular products. Apparently we all struggle together with organizing our chaotic jobs!
A few years later, I updated the design and added the ability to be able to fill the pages out super easily on a computer. The original version used Microsoft Word and I’ve found the PDFs to be way easier for most people! So last year, I introduced by Yearly Planner Binder. The pages are very similar, but the design and functionality is a huge improvement. I update the dated calendar pages each year, as well as occasionally adding new pages as I create them or as people request them! To go along with the planner, here is the pack of pages that most special education staff find helpful. It includes the following:
Any pages you’d like to see added next update? Leave them in the comments!
Looking for a great set of posters to help students learn about coping strategies, but don’t went to spend upwards of $20 for them!? This set of posters is great for helping students who struggle with knowing how to calm down. It contains 12 different posters in both colored and black & white versions, featuring the following coping strategies:
- Take Deep Breaths
- Run an Errand
- Drink Water
- Listen to Music
- Think Positive Thoughts
- Take a Walk
- Take a Break
- Squeeze a Fidget
- Close Your Eyes
The black and white versions make great coloring pages!
Posters each a picture visual and words to meet the needs of many ages of students.