Maybe you’ve heard of parents sneakily disguising vegetables in order to trick a picky eater. Well, special education teachers do the same thing–with social skills! Whether it’s waiting in line, sharing math manipulatives, or taking turns during the calendar routine, you can bet that a special education teacher is somehow infusing social-emotional skills into the activity. I love taking advantage of these authentic learning opportunities, but it’s also important that I provide my students with explicit instruction in social-emotional skills. To help the students in my classroom, I created an activity-packed Emotions Unit, complete with visuals, games, and social skills, literacy, and math materials. I am so EXCITED to offer this resource as a FLASH FREEBIE in my TeachersPayTeachers store. My Emotions Unit will only be free this week, so be sure to grab it now!
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