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!
Category: Sensory & Self-Regulation
How to Make & Use Gel Bags
Using Play-Based Activities to Overcome Oral Defensiveness, Food Aversions & Texture Sensitivities
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Occupational Therapy: Using Visuals to Improve Effectiveness of Treatment
Visual Systems for Occupational Therapy Read More! Improving participation and constructive use of time for: Therapeutic Activities, Schedules, Routines, and Classroom Self-Regulation!
Autism & Learning to Use a Public Restroom: Tips for Parents and Teachers
How to make the process of using new bathrooms fun, interesting, and successful!
Teaching Self-Regulation Skills to Elementary Age Children
Finally! A systematic method to teach self-regulation skills to children with sensory, emotional, and behavioral needs. Color coded task cards give students managed choices to learn specific skills that meet their sensory needs and also calm them down, so that they can perform their academic classroom tasks. Read all about it!
The Waiting Wall
Here Check out this great idea for helping kids wait in line!
Have Fun Learning NAMES: Kindergarten & Preschool
We all know that building classroom community is HUGE, and that the time we invest from the beginning will pay off -big time. Learning to identify names, write names, and say classmate’s names is essential for classroom community in preschool and kindergarten. Here are some cool ways to get started!
Occupational Therapy & use of iPad
Take a look at the apps I use in therapy and read about two super guys in action!