Educational Materials for Grades 7-12 | Writing, Reading, Activities
Students in Grades 7-12 may benefit from additional educational help or tutoring with Dr. Warren's grade-specific learning materials. With unique thinking skills and educational requirements in mind, this collection of academic and remedial tools was created specifically for an older population of learners.
Please note: Older students who struggle with dyslexia or other learning disabilities that require remedial assistance may benefit from materials listed in earlier grades.
Executive Functioning Games Bundle - Working Memory, Attention To Detail
Show Don't Tell Descriptive Writing Game | Good Sensory Learning
Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration 2| Good Sensory Learning
Abstract Thinking Multiple Meanings | Higher Order Language Skills
Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration 1| Good Sensory Learning
Word Shuffle Literary Term & Grammar Game | Good Sensory Learning
Teaching Visualization for Learning Bundle | Good Sensory Learning
Visual Tracking Assessment and Activities for Improved Learning
Eclectic Teaching Approach Embracing Neurodiversity and SPI Inventory | Good Sensory Learning
The Ultimate Mindful & Editable Planner | Good Sensory Learning
Executive Functioning Card Game - Focus | Strengthen Language Skills
How Can We Best Support Students in High School?
It's never too late to support your students and provide them the needed attention, strategies and knowledge! In addition, whether students continue with higher education or join the workforce after graduation, it's imperative that they have the needed literacy and cognitive skills to be active and informed members of society. They need to be:
- fluent readers with strong comprehension skills
- capable writers with both keyboarding skills and legible handwriting
- competent math skills
- adept social emotional abilities
Can Students with Learning Disabilities Go to College?
Students with all types of disabilities can continue their education. If they have not acquired the basic entrance skills, continued education with a learning specialist or educational therapist can help them to prepare and find the best programs to suit their needs. Many times, an individualized approach can transform struggling learners into strong and capable students.