My Favorite January Resources for Special Education Classrooms

Sunday, January 9, 2022


It's JANUARY 9th, which means most of you are heading into your second week of being back at work since winter break. The first week back is typically a crazy week for everyone. Everyone is adjusting to getting up early, having a routine, and listening to directions. The second week back you can finally dive back into the curriculum and supplemental materials, focus on direct instruction for IEP goals, and start getting back into the routine of taking data. 

Since it is January, I have a list of WINTER resources that are ideal for Early Childhood Special Education or Moderate to Severe Special Education. 

    1. January Math Basic Skills Unit 

    2. January ELA Basic Skills Unit

*I have been working really hard to give my January Basic Skills Units a little revamp. The new and improved versions of both the math and ELA September units have been uploaded to Teachers Pay Teachers. 

3. Penguins Adapted Book

4. Snowmen Adapted Book

5. Winter Vocabulary Worksheets: Special Ed or Early Elementary No Prep Printable Pack

6. Winter Vocabulary Real Photo "I See" Adapted Book for Special Education

7January Activity *Memory* Book for Young Learners or Special Education

8. Sentence Building Worksheets for Special Education Classrooms: Winter

January FREEBIES! 

*I have two FREE resources for you that are perfect for January. 

  • Grab my simple, New Year's Activity here. 

  • Grab my Winter Hat Glyph here. 

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