Category: Blog Posts
Make a time capsule for a fun end of the year activity with your students. It can be used as an end of the year project or a fun New Year’s activity. Read on for more ideas.
Arts and crafts in special education can be tricky. The challenge is in finding age appropriate gifts that students with disabilities can make.
What if I told you there was a fun way to review math concepts, practice functional life skills, and introduce new topics… in under 5 minutes? I’ve been amazed at how effective this anticipatory set can be… and the best part is that kids enjoy it. Teach math in a different way and watch your students improve!
There’s no tired like teacher tired. Like students, teachers get stressed out from those long testing days too. Avoid teacher burnout and overcome that tired teacher feeling. Here are 8 quick and simple tips to help you survive to the last day of school.
Now that we’ve accomplished autism awareness, it’s time to move to the next step: autism acceptance. We need to advocate, include, and support children with autism.
The children’s book, “The Girl Who Thought in Pictures” tells the story of Temple Grandin and her life with autism. She advocates that children with autism are different, not less.