This is the second 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.

In this volume, we’re featuring Structured Play Centers, Morning Group Calendar Binders, Consumer Math and Life Science Projects, Health Class Resources, and so much more.

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


Living vs. Nonliving Science Freebie
Living vs. Nonliving Science Freebie by Totally Autism

It’s FREE!

“This visual sort will help students understand the difference between living and non-living things.”

Structured Play Centers
Structured Play Centers by Totally Autism

“These play centers are perfect to use as an independent center in which students don’t realize they are working! The six options include visual directions so students are able to create things they never imagined they could do!”

Core Vocabulary Classroom Labels for Autism and Special Education
Core Vocabulary Classroom Labels for Autism and Special Education by The Structured Autism Classroom

It’s FREE!

“These are free core word labels for the Special Education classroom environment that encourage communication and prompt students with Autism and Special Needs to request or comment verbally, with pictures, or with communication devices when participating in activities throughout the school day.”

Morning Work Calendar Interactive Binder for Autism and Special Education
Morning Work Calendar Interactive Binder for Autism and Special Education by The Structured Autism Classroom

“This morning work calendar binder is a way to keep students with Autism or Special Needs engaged during morning meeting. The binder includes picture icons choices for students to identify the day of the week, month, weather, season, and more. This also includes prompts for greeting students and identifying emotions.”

OG Vowels by frequency reference (FREEBIE)
OG Vowels by frequency reference (FREEBIE) by Fun in 1st and 2nd

It’s FREE!

“This vowel frequency reference chart is a great resource to have when considering when to introduce new phonograms and spelling patterns.”

Orton Gillingham Anchor Posters
Orton Gillingham Anchor Posters” by Fun in 1st and 2nd

“I love teaching all aspects of language and created these anchor charts to help my students understand and remember the rules and parts of language that we were learning. They are simple, easy-to-use, and effective.”

To Do List Back to School Checklist- Special Education Teacher
To Do List Back to School Checklist- Special Education Teacher by A Love for Special Learning

It’s FREE!

“Special education teachers can easily print this resource and begin tackling the mountain of back-to-school tasks (a few great tips and tricks included). Once the list is complete, you should feel confident and ready to welcome your amazing students on the first day of school.”

Consumer Math Skill Application Project 4- Special Education Life Skills
Consumer Math Skill Application Project 4- Special Education Life Skills by A Love for Special Learning

“Help make consumer math concepts like budgets, checking and savings accounts, sales tax, tip, discounts, cost comparison, and more relatable to your student’s future dreams through this resource. The project comes complete with two different levels of each task (great for differentiation) and incorporates all real life topics in one!”

Informal Polysyllabic Word Screener Scenes
Informal Polysyllabic Word Screener Scenes by Adventures in Speech Pathology

It’s FREE!

“Speech-language pathologists can use this informal screener to gain a better understanding of how their students can produce polysyllabic words as part of their speech assessment.”

Phonological Processes: Handouts for Parents & Teachers
Phonological Processes: Handouts for Parents & Teachers by Adventures in Speech Pathology

“Open the communication between your parents and teachers with these easy-to-understand handouts. Each page focuses on a different phonological process that speech-language pathologist’s typically treat.”

BIG IDEA 101:Class Project for Parent night, Open House, Curriculum Night Idea
BIG IDEA 101:Class Project for Parent night, Open House, Curriculum Night Idea by Health 101

It’s FREE!

“Freshen up your way of displaying student work or learnings. This video and supporting documents will enable you to create a picture representation of student work in a fun and interactive way!”

Sub Plans! Middle School / High School- Volume 3: BE YOUR BEST
Sub Plans! Middle School / High School- Volume 3: BE YOUR BEST by Health 101

“Out sick? Look no further for fun, interactive, and universal sub plans. Just print and go, and your students will be very interested to learn about finding their best self!”