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...
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...
What is Interoception?

What is Interoception?

Please share: Interoception is known as the eighth sense. What is this ‘new’ word and how does it affect me or my child with autism?Here’s a section from an article in Frontiers of Psychology:”While interoception is a term that has gained and...
Book Report Alternatives for Kids with Learning Disorders

Book Report Alternatives for Kids with Learning Disorders

Please share: Writing book reports can be challenging for some students with dyslexia and other disabilities involving writing and language. As long as your children or students reach the objectives you expect them to achieve after reading a book, why not allow them...
Left Hand Writing Tips plus FREEBIE

Left Hand Writing Tips plus FREEBIE

Please share: Did you know that some students do not develop a hand preference until kindergarten or at 5 or 6 years old? When students write with their left hand, they should not be discouraged from doing so. They do not choose their left hand in the same way that...
Tips for Test-Taking Anxiety

Tips for Test-Taking Anxiety

Please share: Tips for Test-Taking Anxiety plus FREE downloadable handout of this post at the bottom. Anxiety can be extremely harsh to school-aged children, but test-taking season is upon them, it can be even worse. No matter how many times parents, teachers, and...

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