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BALLOON MUSCLE ARM MODEL - After failed attempts with regular balloons, this came together fairly easy with long clown balloons. Cardboard tubes attached by rubber bands #preschool #science #homeschool #anatomy #bones #skeleton #muscle #joints

BALLOON MUSCLE ARM MODEL - After failed attempts with regular balloons, this came together fairly easy with long clown balloons. Cardboard tubes attached by rubber bands

Pin #2 - Four Areas of Modification -  TOPSoccer - a modified verion of the game allowing for participation - This is a game of soccer but the rules, and equipment are modified to meet different children with different disabilities. Children who are in wheelchair can play this game also children who have autism or down syndrome can participate as well. Adapted Physical Education teacher can use this game in their class because students with and without disabilities can both enjoy the game.

TOPsoccer is a program that involves students with different abilities to participate in soccer games. By the use of a very large ball students in wheel chairs are able to adapt and thrive.

Pin #1 - Currect Event - Adaptive athlete Steph Hammerman becomes the world's first CrossFit trainer with Cerebral Palsy - I really like this news story because I think that it very difficult for a person who have cerebral palsy to train in such a brutal sport like crossfit. I very impressed by her motivation and determination to work so hard at crossfit and to coach as well. This video can provide a role model role for students with disabilities and also for those students without…

CNN video about Steph Hammerman - the world's first certified CrossFit trainer living with cerebral palsy. Thumbs up for this resilient young champion!

Pin #1 - Article - Adapted Physical Education for the Blind and Visually Impaired - This is a great article on adapted physical education for blind and visually impaired students because it give a lot of great helpful tips for working with students who are visually impaired or blind. It a great resource to use when working with visually impaired or blind students.

Overbrook School for the Blind, home-based team's pick of favorite toys for children who are blind

Pin #2 - PE Related - Balance and Motor Memory Video Activity Idea | Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com  This is a really great activity for children to practice their balance. Also this activity is a good way for children to improve their memory skills by having them remembering what color patterns you are asking them to kick with their foot.

Add bells for kids who are blind! Practice balance skills, coordination, jumping skills, motor planning and motor memory all with some duct tape and rope!