5 Ways to Add Movement to Learning

5 Ways to Add Movement to Learning

Please share: Sit Still and Pay Attention!How many times have we heard this in our lives? I know my generation was expected to sit without fidgeting or moving during learning activities. If we didn’t, there was punishment or reprimand. Unfortunately, things are...
Movement and Sensory Pathway – How-To Create Your OWN….Video included

Movement and Sensory Pathway – How-To Create Your OWN….Video included

Please share: Movement and Sensory Pathways – How To Create Your OWN! I’m super excited to share this post with you. Why? You’ve seen them, cool movement paths stuck to the floors of schools and therapy clinics everywhere! Just where did they get the...
Move to Learn – Active Ways to Teach Your Kids

Move to Learn – Active Ways to Teach Your Kids

Please share: Move to Learn! Kinesthetic learning ideas for your kids.   Did you know we all have different learning styles? Many people with special needs learn much better when we provide visuals such as charts and pictures. Other children learn best when...
7 Tips for Back to School

7 Tips for Back to School

Please share: Back to school comes with mixed emotions. We want our children to have a super year as they grow and learn. As a parent of children with special needs, back to school brings both excitement and anxiety  We purchase books, uniforms, shoes, and backpacks...
Idioms, What Did You Say and What Do You Really Mean?

Idioms, What Did You Say and What Do You Really Mean?

Please share: It’s Raining Cats and Dogs!Idioms or phrases that cannot be understood through their literal meaning can be rather confusing for students with language difficulties. Teaching children and students common idioms can help them navigate verbal...
Holiday Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs…..Part 2

Holiday Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs…..Part 2

Please share: Today’s post will cover FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS and SANTA/TRADITIONS!!  Family Photographs   1)  Go at a time of day when children are well-rested and not hungry. Do not rush and arrive early.  Even though you may not realize it, children pick up...

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