This lesson plan is for a special education classroom. It will be used for two weeks and is intended to help students with autism. The focus of this lesson plan is teaching students how to identify shapes.
This lesson plan is designed to help students learn new information as well as practice old information in order to solidify it. Each day has a new topic that is related to shapes and works on building on previous topics.
If you’re working with students who have learning disabilities, we can help! Our team has been working tirelessly to develop free resources that will make it easier to teach students with dyslexia, ADHD, and other conditions. And these lesson plans are totally free! We want to give you all the support you need to help your students thrive.
We know how hard teachers work, especially those who work with special needs students. That’s why we’ve created this resource of free lesson plans designed specifically for special education teachers. The lesson plans cover an array of subjects and topics that can easily be adapted to suit the needs of any student with a learning disability or other special needs.
When you’re a special education teacher, it’s hard to find the time and energy to create new lesson plans from scratch. And we know how difficult it can be to modify existing lesson plans for your specific students’ needs. But we also know that having the right lesson plan in place is one of the most important things you can do for your students and your class.
Our free lesson plan resources offer you a variety of information, including practical lessons on improving classroom behavior, motivating your students, and nurturing an inclusive classroom environment. We also offer several sample lesson plans which you can use as is or modify to fit your specific needs. All of our free lesson plan resources are designed to help you become the best teacher you can be, which is why we provide these materials at no cost to you.
That’s why we’ve put together this online library of free lesson plans created by certified special education teachers. You’ll find resources and activities for students with disabilities in all the major subject areas—and with the number of plans ever-increasing, you may even discover something new.
Our lesson plans are designed especially with special education teachers in mind. We know that you don’t have the time to spend planning and preparing lesson material from scratch, and we want to help you save time by providing ready-to-go lesson plans.
Any teacher will tell you that one of the hardest parts of their job is finding lesson plans that are right for their students—and this can be especially true when it comes to special education teachers. Finding materials that are inclusive of all learning styles and abilities can be a challenge, and many teachers find themselves spending hours on the internet looking through different sites and blogs to find something… but they often come up empty-handed.