6-8: Impact of 9/11
How have the 9/11 attacks impacted the way you see the world? What does
it mean to you that Osama bin Laden has been killed?
9-12: Results of
bin Laden's death
How do you think the death of Osama bin Laden has affected United States
citizens? Consider how this has affected public safety, the war in
Afghanistan or the economy. How does it personally make you feel to see
the world celebrating a man's death?
3-5: Royal Introductions
Imagine that you have just become a prince or princess of your class.
Your first duty is to introduce yourself to the school as the new
classroom prince/princess. Write one paragraph introducing yourself and
explaining why you will be a great representative for your classroom.
6-8: Royal Rules
Being a royal is a big responsibility. You are constantly in the public eye,
expected to represent your country. Write 5 rules you think you would
have to follow if you were in the royal family.
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When working in special education, we often have
students who need to work on their fine motor skills. These skills are
important for our students as they will need to use their fine motor
skills in daily activities such as tying their shoes, zipping up a
jacket, making a meal, etc.
Check out these strategies, apps and tools for teaching fine motor