As the month of October progresses I have the good fortune to feature another special guest on this
blog. For those of you that follow the blog will be aware, this month I am focusing on where to find teaching and other classroom resources in languages other than English.
As always click on the image of the resource to be taken directly to the store where you can login to get these resources.
Today’s guest is Angie of the TPT store Angie S. Angie has a store that includes many resources for use with children who have Autism and other special needs…but today we’re focusing on her language resources!
First up from Angie is this wonderful daily chart. This is a great resource for preschoolers and students with autism and
special needs of any level. Great for helping students learn the days of
the week, months of the year and the order of the dates. It also allows
for sight recognition of the names of the weekdays and months.
The Daily Chart allows students to keep track of what the day is, the date, the month, the weather and their mood that day.
This product includes the 7 day of the week names, 12 months of the
year, dates from 1st to 31st, 7 weather types and 7 mood types.
The pages must be printed and laminated. Cut out the cards and useV elcro in the middle of the blank square on the chart board and on the
back side of each card.
Contine zilele saptamanii, data, luna, dispozitia si timpul. paginile se
vor printa pe foi foto si se vor lamina pentru durabilitate. Se va
folosi banda velcro pentru a lipi cartonasele cu cuvinte si imagini pe
In total there are 11 pages and is available for just $3.00 (USD).
Angie also has the same resource available in English for $3.00 (USD) as well in case you have a bilingual classroom!
This is a slide show of 20 pages with words and phrases written in
English and translated in Romanian with pronunciation in Romanian.
This is an ideal resource if you have a new student from Romania who needs to learn the basic phrases to get started in an English-speaking country, or vice-versa! Remember, Romanian is spoken in many nearby countries of Romania as well as many western countries – Australia included!
And let’s not forget this invaluable resource is FREE.
Please remember to leave feedback once you have had a chance to
use the resource in your classroom – it’s a nice way to say thank you.
Angie is also on Facebook – why not pop over and say, “Bună ziua!”
big thank you to Angie for allowing me to share these resources
Remember, if you are struggling to locate resource in a
language other than English – don’t hesitate to leave a comment in my
Q&A or send me an email.