Authors: Judith Sower, Laverne Warner Ph.D.
Product Code: 7156
ISBN: 978-1-59363-715-6
Pages: 212
Availability: In stock.


Planning and organizing differentiated activities for the inclusive classroom is a challenge for any teacher, whether novice or experienced. Differentiating Instruction With Centers in the Inclusive Classroom helps primary teachers create exciting and motivating classroom centers that are perfect for learners of all ability levels. The easy-to-set-up centers in this book teach children social skills and also help them practice important academic skills. Each center is designed to be adapted to prekindergarten through second grade inclusion classrooms. Themes covered in the centers include archaeology, camping, farms and farm supply, amusement parks, offices, travel agencies, and many more. The book also describes inexpensive approaches to preparing and storing centers from year to year and provides assessment and observation forms for teacher use.

Grades K–2

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Review by: Sharon Lynch, Ph.D., Professor of Special Education, Sam Houston State University - October 28, 2011
The centers that are included in this book are creative, relevant, and instructive in their focus. The authors provide excellent resources for each center, including a book list, vocabulary list, and instructions on how to integrate both developmental and academic skills within the center.
 

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