This is the third volume of our “Supporting All Students” resource round-up. We hope to use this series to share educator-created resources that support a variety of student needs.

You’re in for a treat because this is the largest collection of resources we’ve done for this series. We’re featuring a whole host of activities for novice, intermediate students, and more.

Meet your students needs with these resources, half of which are FREE!


PE Game Sheet: Wolf's Den
PE Game Sheet: Wolf’s Den by PhysedGames

It’s FREE!

“A quick, simple, super fun game idea for any P.E. class or program.”

50 COVID-FRIENDLY PE GAMES (SOCIAL DISTANCING, LITTLE TO NO EQUIPMENT, ETC)
50 COVID-FRIENDLY PE GAMES (SOCIAL DISTANCING, LITTLE TO NO EQUIPMENT, ETC) by PhysedGames

“FIFTY games specifically chosen to be used with COVID-19 safety measures in place. Considerations towards physical distancing, little or no equipment needed (for less or no sanitizing), games that can be played outdoors or indoors, and mostly suitable also for varied group sizes.”

Quick Quests - Fun fitness instant activity using math and reading skills!
Quick Quests – Fun fitness instant activity using math and reading skills! by PhysEd Depot – Mike Ginicola

It’s FREE!

“This is a very simple activity that offers students a chance to work on following directions with autonomy. These random challenges are extremely fun for students, allowing them to practice skills learned in class.”

ZOMBIE Adventure (Students Choose Their Path) with Fitness & Locomotor!
ZOMBIE Adventure (Students Choose Their Path) with Fitness & Locomotor! by PhysEd Depot – Mike Ginicola

“This activity is great for giving students a choice/voice in their learning (runs like a ‘choose your adventure’ book in action). You display the school location papers around the room, and students have to go to one, complete the actions there, and then choose which room to move on to after that.”

Making Inferences Mystery Pixel FREEBIE [google sheets™, no print]
Making Inferences Mystery Pixel FREEBIE [google sheets™, no print] by Detig Dialect- Tricia Detig SLP

It’s FREE!

“Mystery Pixel activities are fun, interactive activities that promote self-assessment for students in Google Sheets™. Students insert their answers into a Google Sheet™ to reveal the answer to a riddle in pixel picture form. This activity is a fun spin on color by number or picture riddles.”

No print No prep Tier 2 Vocabulary Through Text Message #distancelearningtpt
No print No prep Tier 2 Vocabulary Through Text Message #distancelearningtpt” by Detig Dialect- Tricia Detig SLP

“Do your students hate working on vocabulary goals? If so, this is the perfect activity for you! This product contains 65 tier two vocabulary words. Each vocabulary word contains a multiple choice word definition and list of synonym/antonyms.”

Special Education Transition Program Units and Topics of Study
Special Education Transition Program Units and Topics of Study by spedteecher

It’s FREE!

“This product contains a list of units and topics taught in the special education transition program I developed. It is aimed toward students with moderate disabilities who will be attending a day hab program or supported employment program in the future.”

Purchasing Skills For Secondary Special Education Life Skills Students
Purchasing Skills For Secondary Special Education Life Skills Students by spedteecher

“This is a 37 page unit with the goal of teaching secondary life skills students with disabilities basic money and purchasing skills, a hard to find resource. This unit includes topics such as rounding up to the next dollar, estimating purchase totals, paying for items quickly, paying with a debit card, expensive vs cheaper prices, paying with the smallest bill, having enough money, “Do Now” assignments, and additional activity ideas.”

Differentiated Instruction Menu: The Person Who Has Most Affected My Life
Differentiated Instruction Menu: The Person Who Has Most Affected My Life by The Career Ready Teacher

It’s FREE!

“Differentiated Instruction is crucial for students in order to keep them engaged and excited to learn! Learning menus are one of my favorite strategies to use. This product allows students to have a choice in what they write about, while still holding them accountable for the main portion of the assignment.”

Developing Emotional Intelligence: Low EQ or High EQ? Task Cards
Developing Emotional Intelligence: Low EQ or High EQ? Task Cards by The Career Ready Teacher

“Teaching Emotional Intelligence is critical for all grade levels and all subjects. These task cards can easily be integrated into any classroom. They could be used as a bell-ringer, mini-lesson, exit slip, time filler, discussion tool etc.! Teaching Emotional Intelligence helps with classroom management, classroom environment, and with decreasing bullying. It is a crucial subject for child development and personal growth.”

BCBA Supervison Goal Setting Worksheet
BCBA Supervison Goal Setting Worksheet by Sweet Tooth Teaching by Overcoming Obstacles

It’s FREE!

“This resource allows BCBA supervisors to work with supervisees to set goals related to student growth and development in Applied Behavior Analysis programs.”

Destruction Production Journal - Tracking Habits: Trauma Informed Activities
Destruction Production Journal – Tracking Habits: Trauma Informed Activities by Sweet Tooth Teaching by Overcoming Obstacles

“In this resource you will find creative expression activities to support students in a trauma informed classroom.”

Professional Resume Example
Professional Resume Example by Always A Lesson

It’s FREE!

“Create a easy-to-read resume by organizing your professional accomplishments in a way that showcases your strengths as an educator candidate. Follow this popular resume format to land your next job!”

Teacher Mentor Kit for Mentor Teachers [Editable]
Teacher Mentor Kit for Mentor Teachers [Editable] by Always A Lesson

“Become a strong mentor teacher with this professional development resource. It provides focus and clarity to meet with new teachers and prepare them to be effective in the classroom through monthly mentor meetings. Available in paper, digital and editable formats.”

Stress Management Coping Skills Spinner FREEBIE!
Stress Management Coping Skills Spinner FREEBIE! by Counselor Clique

It’s FREE!

“This Stress Management Coping Spinner is a free activity from session 5 of a larger 7 session high school small group curriculum which is used to identify, teach, and practice techniques for stress management with teens at any point during the school year. Support your high school students as they gain coping skills and build their confidence before they feel overwhelmed.”

Communicating Feelings and Interacting with Others Classroom Lesson
Communicating Feelings and Interacting with Others Classroom Lesson” by Counselor Clique

“This school counseling lesson is for high school counselors to bring social emotional learning into the classroom. These activities will help students grow their confidence interacting with others and help teens practice their social skills. They’ll practice identifying feelings and expressing emotions communicating face-to-face with their peers.”

Remote Learning Social Skills: Do's & Don'ts
Remote Learning Social Skills: Do’s & Don’ts by NYC Speechies

It’s FREE!

“This is a quick and easy PDF visual that describes the social DOs and DON’Ts of remote learning to your students. We created a quick and easy visual that you can share with your students, post in your virtual classroom, or present during a live session.”

Interactive Digital Notebook: Yearlong Weekly Responses for Speech and Language
Interactive Digital Notebook: Yearlong Weekly Responses for Speech and Language by NYC Speechies

“This interactive digital Google Slides notebook contains over 80 activities and writing prompts with a specific skill highlighted each month. Students are given the opportunity to practice the skills such as context clues, paraphrasing, note-taking, proofreading and so much more.”