Sunflower (Take-off!: Life Cycle of...)

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Many states offer general licenses in special education that allow teachers to work with students with a variety of disabilities. Support groups, both online and in-person, can be helpful, too. You can introduce and embed these skills using such strategies as learning stations, partner work, and cooperative learning. Do not push these needs aside until they become overly apparent. Additional Info: Meghan Cahallan 610-280-0180,, SUBSTANCE ABUSE – BABES (Beginning Awareness Basic Ed Studies): A 7-lesson program on ATOD (alcohol, tobacco and other drugs) for K-2 grade students uses interactive dialogue among hand-puppets.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Heinemann Library (February 28, 2000)

ISBN: 0431084084

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