Edible Fairy Princess Silly Putty Activity

Edible Fairy Princess Silly Putty Activity

Usually, we spend a lot of time telling kids not to put things in their mouths.  Time to take a break from that!  Edible Fairy Princess Silly Putty allows your child dig in with their hands and their mouth!  This activity is pretty easy to make, and its a great...
Slime!

Slime!

Let’s face it: Kids like slime.  They can shape it, squeeze it and squish it.  The good news is, not all slime is messy.  This week, I found a wonderful, reusable activity that lets children explore their tactile senses with slime, without making a mess in the...
10 Earth Day Crafts

10 Earth Day Crafts

Earth day is a great opportunity to learn about our planet. We’ve collected 10 awesome activity ideas for your classroom, therapy clinic, home school and everywhere on Earth! Sensory and fine motor are included for multi-system fun. 1. Earth Toast A Tasty Global...
Idioms, What Did You Say and What Do You Really Mean?

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

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 communication with adults and peers as well as improve...
Life Skills Series:  Fire Safety

Life Skills Series: Fire Safety

Life skills training helps our children with independence. This week, I’d like to talk about fire safety. When thinking about functional skills, knowing when to call 911 or what to do if a fire occurs can make the difference between a minor incident and a major...
5 Tips To Reduce Math Anxiety

5 Tips To Reduce Math Anxiety

I don’t know about you, but when I see a math problem I get sweaty palms and a feeling of dread. It’s true that I home school two of my high school sons but for their math (especially Algebra, Calculus, and Trig) I hired a tutor. Many of our children fight...

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