I'm pretty sure this is the book they were talking about on Battlebots that was written by the team behind Minotaur.
I had no idea that there were so many books on combat robotics. So cool; I'll have to add these to my summer reading.
That "Combat Robots Tutorial" Book They Were Reading on BattleBots a Couple Weeks Ago? It's a Real Book!
This great freebie has some visual supports for how to write sentences about a science experiment or for a report. They are sentence templates that students can fill in the blanks with the results of their experiment or research. A great support tool for students who have some difficulty with writing sentences or getting their ideas from their mind to paper. It is made by Stephanie Dee on Teachers Pay Teachers. You can click the picture above to download the sentence starters.
I made this set of activities based on working with my students. Kids with autism can absolutely master these concepts! This activity kit is for students who have some verbal skills, but I'm working on one for non-verbal students that could easily be used in schools or in ABA programs.
Introduce basic concepts about electricity and circuits with this printable, hands-on activity set. Includes background info for teachers, so you can just print the pages and start the lessons with almost no prep! You can also just show the pages on a tablet, computer or phone screen. Each page has everything on it that you need to say and do with your student.
To maximize your use of this unit, you will want to get an inexpensive circuits kit for kids (like the one pictured below) for lesson 5, where you do some hands-on building. I got this kit for around $20 from Amazon.com, and I have been using it for many months! Best $20 I have ever spent in my teaching career.
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