Top 10 Books for Halloween to help Early Readers Education

Top 10 Books for Halloween to help Early Readers The post contains affiliate links. Halloween is one of the best holidays to get your kids excited about reading, especially those early readers who are just learning their letters, sight words and sounds. There are so many fun books for Halloween available that will get your kids in the Halloween spirit and it’s such a great...

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Physical literacy like you’ve never seen it before Physical Literacy

Physical literacy like you’ve never seen it before Guest Blog Post Blaine Kyllo We’ll admit that the term “physical literacy” is a bit of a mouthful. When we use the phrase with parents who’ve never heard it before, they tend to furrow their brows and cock their heads as they work out what it means. It’s true that when we’ve explained what physical literacy is,...

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Halloween Sensory Activities on Fox 13’s The Place Sensory

Halloween Sensory Activities on Fox 13’s The Place We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about fun Halloween sensory activities to encourage sensory learning for kids with sensory overload, meltdowns at holiday parties, unexplained aggression and anxiety. Kids with sensory issues struggle with all types of textures, especially when it comes to Halloween costumes and candy. Holidays are the best time to give...

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Child Development Needs Sensory Stimulation through Science Sensory

Child Development Needs Sensory Stimulation through Science I’m sure we’ve all seen our children through the phase of dropping utensils or toys from their high chair, hollering for it back only to promptly drop it again. Or better yet is the endless why phase. I think why is probably every child’s favorite word at some point. Why is the sun so bright? Why does the...

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SENSORY PROCESSING: How to Recognize Sensory Red Flags and what Sensory Issues look like in Your Child Sensory

What All Parents and Teachers Should know about Sensory Processing Issues This article provides helpful resources for Sensory Processing. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. When I first meet with parents to talk about the concerns they have with their child, usually they come to me with an academic issue saying their child is doing poorly in school, they forget homework, they skip words and...

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Tricks for Making Halloween a Treat for Kids with Sensory Disorders Sensory

Tricks for Making Halloween a Treat for Kids with Sensory Disorders For most of us, Halloween means chilly weather, leaves crunching under our feet and a good excuse to dress up and celebrate. We might stress a little over getting the costumes our kids are dying to have, getting to the school party on time or who is passing out candy and who is braving...

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“Ghoulish” Halloween Sensory Activities to Calm Sensory Sensitivity Sensory

“Ghoulish” Halloween Sensory Activities to Calm Sensory Sensitivity This post contains affiliate links. Halloween is one of our favorite times of year and what better time to get our kids involved in sensory activities that are not only fun and “ghoulish,” but also target a child’s senses to help them cope with their surroundings and sensory overload. Before we get started, it’s important to remember...

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5 of the Best Brain Building Activities to Help your Child Learn that may Surprise You Physical Literacy

5 of the Best Brain Building Activities to Help your Child Learn that may Surprise You As you prepare your kids for school, it’s a great time to begin thinking of ways to better help your child learn in the classroom. As you know, each child is unique and different, which means his or her learning style is also unique to other children. Some children may learn...

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Support us for National Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Awareness Month Sensory

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Awareness Month You may not have realized it, but October is Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Awareness month and we are spreading the word about how to help children and adults with SPD. As many of you know, we have several students who struggle with SPD and other sensory issues. This is a great time and opportunity for us to create more...

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Smart Math Center Activities for Teaching Kindergarteners Common Core Math math

Smart Math Center Activities for Teaching Kindergarteners Common Core Math If you have a kindergartner like mine, when you ask what was something fun they did in school, their answer is usually something like “recess.” However, on occasion I would get another response, which was “centers.” After the first month I was intrigued with what she was actually doing in these “centers.” She seemed quite entertained...

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