I used this with my online (Zoom) class of 5 first grade students. At the first of the year, we read and learned about what scientists do, including making observations. After that lesson, I wanted us to start practicing simple experiments and making observations about them. So, I made this template for me to use to write down their hypotheses and observations about the experiment/demonstration.
You can make a copy of the Google Slide here: https://docs.google.com/presentat
One of my tutoring students loves 3D modeling and design, so I made this reading passage, quiz, and writing activity to go along with his interest.
Download it free here: http://www.positivelyautism.com/downloads/SitePlans2.pdf
An introduction to the concept of coupons with visual supports. I made this for one of my tutoring students working on this concept to go along with some task cards for solving math problems involving the use of coupons.
Download the activity free here: http://www.positivelyautism.com/downloads/WhatIsACoupon2.pdf
I purchased a set of task cards about calculating the unit price to see which of two items is a "better" purchase (that is, which item costs less per ounce, for example). I made this instructional story to teach one of my tutoring students about the concept of unit price and also added a calculation sheet that provides a space for students to write their work and also has visual cues and supports for how to solve the problems. You can download it free here: http://www.positiv