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“Skweezrs” sheets are great for those children who need to relax and calm down at bed time. These sheets are kid-friendly sheets in fun colors for all kids. They work especially well for kids with Autism, PDD, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD, and other neurological dissorders. You can also get colors that are more neutral for kids that need less color stimulation.Some of the therapeutic benefits of "Skweezrs" lycra sheets include spatial awareness and deep-pressure input.

DoTerra essential oils can replace many medications in your diaper bag and they are all natural....check out my website can find information there about oils you are looking for and order what you need right on my website

Pull out a sensory bin when children need to calm down. Actions like running their fingers over, through, and under sensory material is very therapeutic. *Recipe for "sticky sand"

Which Type Are You? Love and Logic's Three Types of Parents -- I have always LOVED the "Love and Logic" approach and tried to use it at school, but I need a lot more practice at it. A LOT more practice.

Write letters on tube and on stickers; kids have to match the stickers to the letters on the tube.

Love when other parents tell about great stuff that works for kids & if your kiddos need help with math, you have got to check out this free online resource that is kid-friendly and helps a lot! See my blog for details & also know that this site works with the Common Core Standards that I heard about over and over again at my girl's middle school Curriculum night last night, so this is very helpful for us parents, too!

Only 1 iPad in the Classroom? Here's a website with a TON of great ideas for making that 1 iPad go far!

Backchannel with your students.. let kids collaborate, ask questions, provide feedback, create essential questions while watching a movie or listing to your teaching.

Best Websites for Teaching & Learning. "The list is considered the "best of the best" by AASL and is comprised of free, user-friendly sites that encourage a community of learners to explore and discover."

Webtools and resources for every classroom! Love it!