A network to share best practices for children with special needs
Halloween is here and the season of Ghosts, Pumpkins, Bats, and Cats is around.
From my friend Keith Ferrell at Tech-Happy, there are three sites he references that will keep kiddos engaged, motivated, and if using an interactive whiteboard- active.
The Kidz Page features Halloween games and downloadable…Continue
Many times, a sensation of Summer can be more than just touching and feeling. It can be seeing, hearing, smelling, or even tasting. For me, what brings me back to earth and keeps me centered is the ocean. I live not that far from the ocean, but for me, it's not close enough. Ideally, I would love to have a house within walking distance, or on the ocean. But since I can't afford such a notion, I make it a point to go to the beach - especially in the Summer - to get my sensory needs met. Below…Continue
Nothing is better than actually going outside to play. Sometimes, Mother Nature can get in the way of that. There are some great ways to stay fit by using technology. One of my favorites is using the Wii and Wii Fit.
School Specialty offers a classroom Wii Fit bundle that is bound to get kiddos up and moving!
The Physical Therapist in…Continue
Of course it's raining-again...after a 7 day stretch of gorgeous sunshine, it's raining, which makes me think of seeing a movie. However, with a child with Autism or Special Needs, this is not always practical. Many theaters do not offer child-friendly movies. Sometimes the sound is so loud it is painful, or the lights being off scares a child, or even being able to access the seating in the theater is difficult. Until now.