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Supplemental Aids - Learning From Home Pack

PDF | 83 pages|Grades: K, 1 - 6

A collection of supplemental aids for parents to use with their children or teachers to send home with students during school closures.

This teaching resource pack has been handpicked by the Teach Starter team to include a range of resources that can be used by children as supplemental aids.

The pack includes supplemental aids for the key learning areas of Language Arts, Math, Science, Goals, and Behavior – all for free!

During a school closure, this pack can be sent home with students or passed on directly to parents and guardians digitally to give students assistance in recalling information so that they can complete work remotely with minimal preparation and supervision.

For Teachers

Can I share this pack with parents and students?

Of course! This pack has been created specifically for this purpose. Please feel free to share this pack digitally with your students and their parents or guardians.

Please feel free to bundle this pack with your own home learning pack to add additional supplemental materials to extend or reinforce concepts for your students.

For Parents

How can I teach my special education child if their school closes?

By downloading this free resource pack, you will be equipped with a wide range of supplemental aids to share with your child while their school is closed.

We have included a helpful table of contents letting you know what supplemental aids have been included for each subject and how your student can use them.

**Note: This is a very large file and may take a few minutes to download.

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Abigail Lane

Hi, any teachers out there I need advice. I’m a high schooler who wants to put her preschool age brother on a “new normal” schedule and I’m a first time teacher. Please if anyone has any tips on how to plan it please give me advice

Abigail Lane · Mar 28th, 2020

Paul (Teach Starter)

Hi Abigail,

Take a look at our blog that details our response to the COVID-19 outbreak. It contains some information and links that may help you get started. If there is anything else Teach Starter can do, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

Paul (Teach Starter) · Mar 30th, 2020

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