Created for able-bodied students in the 3rd-5th grades, this program features a series of stories and activities to increase awareness about limb loss. Also available as a download – LLeap: Limb Loss Education & Awareness Program: An Outreach Program
This is a beautifully photographed guide aimed at getting children into the garden, sowing seeds, looking after their plants, and showing them how and when to harvest their produce. There are chapters on Herbs and Leaves; Potatoes, Carrots, and Onions; Zucchini and Tomatoes; Peas and Beans; and Raspberries and Strawberries. There’s nothing better or more rewarding for a child than… More Grow It, Cook It With Kids
In this book you’ll find tried-and-true instructions for developing fine-motor, “organizing,” and motor-planning skills, and for providing an appropriate “Sensory Diet” that will benefit all your students. The author has assembled an extensive and easy-to-use set of checklists and other tools that will be invaluable to every teacher (and parent) who has children with sensory processing challenges.… More Answers To Questions Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration
Ways to get children to relax and go to sleep, whether at naptime or nighttime. Supplies creative movement games and activities for children and parents to do together, all with the aim of calming, and relaxing children.
Meet Hannah – a young girl with selective mutism (SM). Hannah invites readers to learn about selective mutism from her perspective, helping them to understand what it is, what it feels like to have SM, and how they can help. This illustrated book is packed with accessible information and will be an ideal introduction to… More Can I Tell You About Selective Mutism? A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals
Many of the lessons Michelle weaves into her workshops are written in detail in this book, and there are many more the audiences have never heard! This comprehensive curriculum, breaks detailed lessons into eight chapters demonstrating how lessons evolve from working as a member of a group and observing others, through behavioral self-monitoring, interpreting and… More Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum for School Age Students
Imagine standing in an airport security line and yelling, “Bomb, bomb, bomb!” A normal person would never dare to do this. For Marc Elliot, this kind of thing was a daily occurrence! “What Makes You Tic?” chronicles Marc’s incredible journey growing up with two major health defects: an intestinal disease and Tourette syndrome. Through his… More What Makes You Tic? My Journey From Tourette’s To Tolerance
This book from top researchers in the field places assessment at the heart of transition planning, showing readers just how important it is to understand the needs and goals of young people with disabilities before planning supports to guide them into adult life. Educators, administrators, counselors, service providers, and families will examine diverse assessment methods… More Transition Assessment: Wise Practices For Quality Lives
Color photos show the “right” and “wrong” way to approach things. This book teaches important skills such as; not invading other’s space, joining in to play, sharing, taking turns, keeping calm, losing, trying something new.
Activity schedules are a set of pictures or words that cue a child to follow a sequence of steps. Based on ABA methods, learners are taught using a system of graduated guidance–physical prompts systematically faded as performance increases. Once the individual has mastered their use, he or she can independently follow a schedule to engage… More Topics In Autism: Activity Schedules For Children With Autism: Teaching Independence (2nd Edition)