If your young child is fearful of going to the doctor, there are many things you can do to help them feel calmer and to prepare them for their next visit.
Researchers have found evidence for the use of movement tools, but there are some children with whom these tools have the opposite effect.
Do your students have the pre-writing, visual-motor, fine motor and executive functioning skills that they need?
Use an enticing game to add power to shoulders, arms, and hands by adding a simple twist to this classic children’s activity.
Do you have students who are troubled by anxious energy, the overwhelming need to move, or difficulty with focus?
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or therapist, do you know children who would benefit from play experiences and practice performing tasks that do not come easily?
By Print Path
As I began working on a new Visual Schedule project for pre-K, I did a little digging into research-based practices to support positive behaviors in preschool classrooms. What did I find? READ MORE!