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Down Syndrome - Teaching Tips and Helps

Top Gifts for Down Syndrome Children

This is a GREAT handwriting app, well worth checking out! iTrace Handwriting App Update - Angela's Analysis

Use Snack Time for Practice Math Skills Needed for Kindergarten! Gets kids to practice one to one correspondence, counting, math patterns, and more in a FUN way!

Ideas to Develop Fine Motor Skills. Lots of fun and creative ideas!

Wonder dough- only two ingredients and NO cooking required to make this fun recipe for PLAY

A craft for every uppercase and lowercase letter!

Printable Prewriting Cards_Busy bag

Suzie's Home Education Ideas: 25+ Multi-sensory Activities for learning words with Flashcards

15 apps to help students who have #dyslexia or reading difficulties

These #apps can help students with learning and attention issues practice math and reading, and have a little fun at the same time. #edchat

Wow, I wish I knew about this about 2 yrs ago!! This baby bottle holder is designed for little fingers and helps teach babies to self-feed

phone number bracelet .. perfect for traveling w/ kids (busy airport, Disney World, Disneyland, etc.)

Disney World and Down Syndrome - A Winning Combination: Walt Disney World with Special Needs

Two great things combined-Disney and Down Syndrome.

Sensory steps - a great way to learn about textures and desensitize sensitive little feet. *repinned by

egg match up (I would make pattern cards for the kiddos to follow)

Learn how music stimulates language and ways to use language to boost communication skills with your little one at home. Great information for parents, teachers, and therapy professionals.

we can do all things: Learning New Techniques and recommended books with activities beneficial for the child with down syndrome using the Montessori method.

Music Activities Children for Children with Down Syndrome | Tuned in to Learning Blog

You can teach your child with Down syndrome to tell time and read a clock with these activities when they are practiced consistently. As the mom...

Retrieve the Easter confetti with tweezers (Fine motor activities), great for special needs, Down syndrome or autism homeschool