Saturday, July 20, 2013

A Special Carson Dellosa Giveaway!

Did you know Carson Dellosa has a line of products made especially for students with special needs? I had no idea, and was presently surprised when I found out! They have a ton of wonderful resources for working with students who have a variety of needs, and I was able to get a few new things to use in my classroom this year!

I work with several students who have language delays and a big part of our work is focused on building sentences and using proper sentence structure! These sentence building puzzles are perfect for giving students a hands on experience that can be differentiated to meet a wide variety of ability levels.
The pieces are color coded by part of speech and punctuation mark. Easy to use individually or with a group and can even be placed in a sentence for independent practice or partner work.I know my students are going to love building their own sentences and then we can practice our writing while copying them too!

I also got these, blank puzzle piece for extending our sentence practice into creating their own and having an partner put it back together! Of course there are many other ways to use them too! I think these will get a lot of use in all subject areas!
These cards are another great way to increase vocabulary and language skills. They have wonderful pictures on them that start conversations with kids! Choose a card and have the student describe what you do with the object they see or what comes next in the picture sequence!

For more info about Carson-Dellosa products, contests and clearance sales, you can sign up for their emails here: Carson Dellosa Email Updates!

I am always looking for great hands on ways to help my students increase their language skills and I have found Carson Dellosa's products to be fantastic! I can't wait to use these new products in my classroom this year, and I am super excited to give you all the opportunity to win them for your classroom too!

Enter using the Rafflecopter below! One Lucky winner will receive all of the products you see above!

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The winner will be announced right here on our blog on July 27th! Good Luck Everyone!


63 comments:

  1. Ooh I would love this!!! I would use it at centers and small group!!!

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  2. This would be wonderful to use in small group or even 1:1.

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  3. I would use in small groups and centers.

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  4. Definitely small groups and centers!

    Crystal Shepherd
    lucytumnus@gmail.com
    Lamppost in a STEM classroom

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  5. I would use these to help with IEP goals and objectives, as well as in my daily centers!

    Mary
    Teaching Special Kids

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  6. I would work on these in my language small groups

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  7. I would use each of these in small groups to practice writing skills. These would allow differentiation! LOVE them all! thank you :) pcolagal1963@gmail.com

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  8. These are really great! I especially like the puzzle pieces you can write on!

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    1. I would use these for language kiddos, sequencing skills, using sight words in sentences, using artic words in sentences, etc. The list goes on and on!

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  9. These would go perfectly with a new writing curriculum that I am using with some of my kiddos! Manipulatives always make any lesson cooler :)

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  10. I would use these for sequencing and sentence building in small groups and center activities.

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  11. I would use the sentence building activity in small groups!

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  12. I am starting my first teaching job this fall as an elementary EC teacher! I would use these in my resource groups to work on sentences, sequences, and parts of speech. So many uses!

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  13. I would use these in small groups in my resource room! I would love to win these...it's my first year teaching!

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  14. I would use these in small groups and at centers.

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  15. I would introduce them as a whole group. Then I would use them in a small group so I have a few experts and finally put them out for centers.
    Deb81992@ yahoo.com

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  16. I would use them during my reading and math rotations as both independent and 1:1 work tasks.

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  17. I would share with my coworker who is just starting out.

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  18. How did I just find your blog! I LOVE IT! I hope I win - because all of these would be great in my classroom

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  19. Ah! That sentence building activity looks amazing!,,,

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  20. I would use them doing center rotations.

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  21. I would use these during center time to reinforce what was taught. I didn't know that Carson Dellosa had products made for students with special needs. Will check that out. All students, no matter their need, can use different modalities when it comes to learning. Thanks for sharing this info!
    Joan

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  22. I would use these items in centers for my new first grade classroom. My students can always use extra work with these skills!

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  23. These would be great in my Resource Room during language arts, or a lunch group!
    Laura
    Read-Write-Create

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  24. Would be great for my elementary class for kids with ASD!

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  25. Wonderful way to learn sentence structure.

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  26. love love love this... this would be a great addition for my balance literacy centers. Awesomeness! Thank you for the chance to win these. God Bless!

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  27. These would be used in anchor stations and small group.

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  28. I would use these in small group & 1:1. My students always need extra practice with vocabulary & writing. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  29. I wonder if I could put clear contact paper over the blank puzzle pieces to make a dry or wet erase surface...I would love to win them and try it!

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  30. I would use these items during my small-group, pull out. I have students working on sequencing as well as formulating sentences.

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  31. I would love to use these products with my kinders!

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  32. These products would be great for my students who struggle with writing complete sentences!

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  33. I would use these in small groups and during intensive teaching.

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  34. I would be able to differentiate with the blank puzzle pieces with all of my students-matching numbers to quantities, letter matching, all the way up to sequencing and math problems. The Conversacards look amazing as well, many of my students are working on functions and sequencing/what comes next! Thanks for this opportunity!

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  35. I would use these first in small group and then for independent practice. In my resource room I prefer hands on practice to worksheets any day!

    Valerie

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  36. In addition to the ideas posted in the comments, one idea that I have would be to use the puzzle pieces in a relay race activity for the students. I would have them, individually or as a team, "race" to get the needed parts of speech to create a sentence, and then they would have to put the sentence together using appropriate syntax. The "racing" could be done in ways that support the students' OT/PT needs. For instance crawling to get nouns, hopping to find a verb, crab walking for adjectives etc. Sometimes it could even be set up as an obstacle course...

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  37. I would use them with a student that is going into 2nd grade that struggles with sentence formation and we could also make our own math facts. I love these.

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  38. I would use these to motivate my struggling readers. They would have to find the pieces to make a sentence a day.

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  39. Small group language development.

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  40. I would use these in our special education classes in Botswana to help those who are struggling with sentence structure. I think the added tactile tool might be a real bonus in cementing the process.

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  41. These would be great my my first graders!

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  42. I'm a first year teacher in a self-contained room. Each of my 5 students are at a different level, so I would use them (or my assistant) during
    1-on-1 instruction.

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  43. I had no idea that they made a special line for special education. I'm super excited now!!!! I teach multiple grade levels, but my students skill levels range about 5 different grades. I do a lot of small group and one on one instruction and would use these resources then.

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  44. These products would be perfect in centers, small group work, structured teaching opportunities... There'd be so many uses!

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  45. I would use these products to help my students meet their IEP goals during one-to-one teacher time as well as small group instruction time :)

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  46. I would use these during small group time as I have students at very diverse levels

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  47. I would use these in small group during reading. I love that they get students manipulating materials.

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  48. Definitely as part of literacy centers!

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  49. New follower! I would use these with my special ad munchkins to work on different skills with sentence structure and lots of other skills, depending on their needs. Thanks for giving us the chance to win!

    Shar W
    jandcangelscents@sbcglobal.net

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  50. I would use these materials with small groups in my developmental preschool. Thank you for offering the giveaway! ~Denise www.playlearnteach.org

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  51. Love these items. As a special education teacher of grades K-6, I have a lot of centers that I use with my students because of time management. These items, especially the blank sentence puzzle strips would be incredibly beneficial for my little ones. I would even use them with my older kiddos to identify parts of speech. LOVE these!

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  52. These would be great for my K-2 kiddos with autism. I work in an inner city school and this year we will have 7 boys and 1 girl in our support classroom!

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  53. I am about to begin my first year teaching in a self-contained elementary setting. I will use any resources I can get my hands on.

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  54. I'm a first year teacher starting in September. These would be a great addition to my self-contained class I'm teaching!

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  55. I would use it in small groups:) My fingers are crossed:)

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  56. I am thinking I would use in small group work. I am starting a new VE class this year so excited to get going!!

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  57. Iam currently going to school to be a teacher, BUT my daughter is in Special Ed. I work hard with her and those sentence puzzles would help so much.

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  58. Iam currently going to school to be a teacher, BUT my daughter is in Special Ed. I work hard with her and those sentence puzzles would help so much.

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