organize your make-it take-its

Since I teach children in preschool, I make many of my own materials to use in the classroom.  One of my favorite programs to use is Boardmaker for its wide variety of simple drawings.  While a visual schedule or adapted book may look simple at first glance, they are labor-intensive to construct. Typically, my process after creating or downloading “boards” from Boardmaker Share, is to print; glue to cardstock and cut out the pictures; laminate the cards or book pages; cut apart; add adhesive hook and loop tape; and then assemble, label, and file the

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