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  • Cassandra Baxter

    What a pediatric occupational therapist wants teachers to know. This first installment of a six part series focuses on why children often struggle to sit still and how you can help solve the problem. Great ideas!

  • Denise Ferguson

    What a pediatric occupational therapist wants teachers to know. This first installment of a six part series focuses on why children often struggle to sit still and how you can help solve the problem. I'm going to have to read this. There may be some good advice for my patients in there.

  • Lisa Duke

    Perfect for Occupational Therapy month: What a pediatric occupational therapist wants teachers to know. This first installment of a six part series focuses on why children often struggle to sit still and how you can help solve the problem.

  • Janice Randolph

    great teaching strategies and advice.PediaStaff Columnist Loren Shlaes as featured on 'Minds in Bloom' - Advice from the OT: Why it's so hard for children to sit still and what you can do about it - - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

  • Diane Bittick

    Why it's so hard for kids to sit still. I love the somewhat local teacher who replaced chairs in her classroom with balance balls.

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Good advice for parents. Skip count with them. Practice time tables in the car. The more they know going into middle school, the more prepared they will be for algebra.