Three Types of Material Generators

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Worksheet and Puzzle Generators

Worksheet generators are useful in assisting students in the classroom.  One form of worksheet generator is handwriting worksheets.  Handwriting worksheets (Kidzone) are useful for children who are beginning to write.  They are also useful for students you have trouble with fine motor skills.  Puzzle makers are another form of generators.  These are useful for creating spelling words and practicing math skills.  I have used both of these generators in the classroom.

Individualized Education Program (IEP) Generators

As a special education teacher I use Individualized Education Program (IEP) Generators to help write IEP for my students.  Individualized Education Program Generators keep records of students individualized plans and recording a students progress.  They alert you of up coming dates that need to be addressed.

Test Generators and Rubric Generators

Test generators and rubric generators are tools that would help me serve my students better. Creating tests and assessments can be time consuming for a teacher.  Using these tools would free up time I could use for helping students and working on other projects.  Easy Test Maker and General Rubric Makers are online tools that I plan on trying out.

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  1. I really like the kidzone. I use it sometimes in my preschool classroom, even though I have to be careful because we are not suppose to use ditto sheets. Also, http://my-moondrops.com is another website that I recommend for children who are beginning to write. It creates tracing letters out of their names, the alphabet, or any other words that the teacher would like for them to practice writing.
    -Ashley Peebles

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