A.D.H.D. Tips - make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.
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ADHD Tips - make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class (or could be used as a stress ball)
Teach123: A.D.H.D. Tips; make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class. - JESS, this concept really helped Tyler in elementary school - "although he doesn't have ADHD"
ADHD Tips - make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.~ For sure will have to do this for Kole~
ADHD Tips - make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class. lets face it everyone has a little of it its people just like excuses for drugs now ha
Classroom management A.D.H.D. Tips; make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.
Teach123: ADHD Tips; make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.
ADHD Tips - make your own fidgets for fidgety kids!
homemade fidget toy w/ a balloon and lentils!
Word family eggs
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word family eggs. I've seen another post that uses plastic eggs for letter matching/recognition. The upper case letter is on one part while the lowercase is on the other part.
Word Identification 1: Word Family Eggs. You will need plastic easter eggs and a sharpie or label maker. Label the left half of the egg with different letters and the right side of the egg with 1 affix. Have the child rotate the affix side to see what words they can come up with.
word family eggs...what a simple, but cute idea! Now I know what I'm going to do with all my plastic eggs!!
Word Family Eggs (Great rhyming activity!)::Now I know what I can do with all the plastic Easter eggs I know my kiddos are sure to get! :]
Word Family Eggs @Becky Hellwig, weren't you looking for something to do with plastic easter eggs?
Word eggs...so clever cute for spring time when we are learning word families.
another plastic egg teaching idea...word families
Language Arts - Word family eggs
Rhyming/Word family eggs
I should just start sending this to people when they ask me what The symptoms of ADHD are / what it's like to have it / how it affects my life. This is me in a nutshell. Makes you wonder how much of my personality is my actual personality and how much is from the disorder... Or is it my personality because the disorder makes me who I am... This is a Q for psych majors...
For my presentation
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ADHD Infographic~ Note that hyperactivity w/o inattention is VERY uncommon. Otherwise this is a useful tool for understanding ADD/ADHD. Pretty sure I'm type 1
An Inside Look At ADHD Infographic Wish they'd called "Type 1" by it's name, ADD I think the green side fits. tjb
An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic... Adult ADHD type 1 and proud.... I think.... what were we talking about? I like puppies!
Mental Health - Type 1 ADHD and Type 2 ADHD - ADD and ADHD originate from toxins and chemicals placed in today's food, household chemicals, and plastics. Mothers carry a great deal of these to their unborn child - High vibrational alkaline diets of vegetables can help to "cure" and calm. Tune into Your Spiritual Health for More Nutrition Insights and Healings at www.DeniseDivineD.com/reiki-healings
An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic....my daughter could be the poster child for ADHD Type 1!
An Inside Look At #ADHD #Infographic Would love to see Combined Type in this info-graphic!!
An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic, as someone with ADHD Type 1, this is great to explain.
An Inside Look At #ADHD #Infographic. I'm definitely Type 1...wow...good information!
Not just for special education teachers to know!
DIY Yarn and Pipe Cleaner Fidgets for My Little Ball of Energy
DIY tactile/sensory fidgets for classrooms and everyday. Useful for kids with ADHD, Autism and more. http://wp.me/p3bRM1-j
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Awesome website to use for students with autism or ADHD. This resource gives ideas on how to create your own fidgets that will help keep students on task by giving them a sensory object.
DIY tactile/sensory fidgets for classrooms and everyday. Useful for students with ADHD, Autism, and more.
30 Gross Motor Activities for Kids with Lots of Energy to Spend
Let's get some energy OUT!!!
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Good idea to use to break up long periods of time and incorporate a little movement. Roll the dice to pick a quick activity to do. PHYSICAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT LARGE MOTOR SKILLS PHD.p4.1: Demonstrates loco-motor skills with control, coordination and balance in active play
Make a physical activity cube for restless kids. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers #BrainBreaks
physical activity cube. For a kiddo who has to be in their room or needs to get up and move. you could make this into a fun game.
And make a physical activity cube to make sure you’re moving. | 31 Clever And Inexpensive Ideas For Teaching Your Child At Home Great for brain breaks.
The physical activity cube promotes gross motor skills by having a child perform the activity that is painted on the face of the cube when it is rolled like a die. The activities use big muscles and big movements.
Gross motor activities for kids with lots of energy.. I love this exercise cube idea!!
Little Family Fun: Physical Activity Cube - Brain Breaks!
Reallyyyy awesome classroom ideas!
Gross Motor Cube Setting: outside, large area such as a cleared out classroom or living room Ingredients: White Card Stock Tape Ruler Scissors Newspapers Markers Instructions: 1.Cut out 6 squares of white card stock (about 6”x6”) 2.Write the activities on each square using markers; examples used are jump 5 times, 5 jumping jacks, flap your arms like a bird, hop on one foot, dance, run from the front door to the back door, or spin around in a circle, ect 3. Tape the Squares together using clear tape 4. Before taping the last square crinkle up newspaper to give more weight to the cube. Purpose: The purpose of this activity was to encourage gross motor activity in both upper and lower extremities. This was to increase or maintain energy exertion of tasks and also range of motion of all extremities. Incorporation of self-weight activities such as push-ups also exercise strength of the extremities. Range of motion is also exercised in the wrist in rolling the dice. Identification with the written cues and ability to follow directions are demonstrated in this activity. If the individual was to help in making the cube process crippling of the newspaper could strengthen hand muscles and use of scissors demonstrate fine motor activity needed in school specifically for ADL’s and writing. Hands on: as we Grow. (April 7, 2011). Physical Activity Cube. Retrieved from:http://handsonaswegrow.com/2011/04/30-moves-for-excess-energy/
Best Fidgets for Autism, ADHD & Special Needs Did you know that you can help learners focus and absorb more information just by giving them something to do with their hands? The best fidgets...
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Explore Your Senses :: sensory toys online for Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia. Toys for children with special needs - perfect for sensory rooms - http://www.exploreyoursenses.co.uk/
Fidget Set is Guaranteed to keep kids hands busy
Best Fidget Toys for Autism, ADHD and Special Needs
Fidget Toys and Stress Balls for Kids with Autism & ADHD
Autism Sensory Toys
Our stress balls and fidgets have been handpicked to help kids with autism or ADHD focus and manage daily stress. Fidget toys are becoming an increasingly popular choice for teachers and therapists because they help students focus, absorb more information, self-regulate, and provide a calming influence. Simple, yet very effective, these toys get hands and fingers moving, feel interesting, and won�t distract others in the classroom or workplace. Our stress balls range from highly stimulating sensory balls with squishy spikes and textures to the traditional favorite: the Isoflex. All of the toys in this section have been chosen based on their durability, sensory attributes, and teacher feedback. Read More They have been proven to work well with people of all ages who struggle with focus, anger, or anxiety management. Many of the items have extensive reviews from our customers. We encourage you to read them to find the best tool to meet your needs!
Tips for Choosing a Great Toy Most kids on the spectrum enjoy sensory toys. Is your child with autism visually oriented? If so think about interesting visual toys. Motion lamps, liquid timers, and tops often please these kids. Does your child seek to touch lots of things? If so think about toys that are tactile. Good tactile toys for children with autism must be durable and interesting to touch. Some popular choices include massaging pillows, fidgets, and fabric items with lots of textures like the sensory pillow or textured squares. Cause and Effect Toys: Children who interact very little with other people can benefit from cause and effect toys. Read More These toys teach that our actions can cause something in the environment to change. They also work well for introducing the idea of turn taking and can create opportunities for positive interactions with autistic children and their family. Developmental Ability It may be appropriate to give toys that are at a younger developmental age. Some children may be in grade school, but have developmental skills at a preschool level. - A child who is beginning to notice their peers will do better with simple turn taking board games. Some games like the How Do You Feel also have the bonus of introducing more than just turn taking. In this case children are also introduced to the concept of emotions. - Does your child have difficulty holding a pencil or buttoning a shirt? Simple fine motor toys that are fun can also help them develop these essential skills. Toys Can Help with Social Skills and Language Children learn through play. Play is essential for teaching social skills and language. We offer a wide selection of social skills games that are fun to play and can help develop this vital skill. We hope these tips have been helpful for you. If you have any questions about choosing a gift for your autistic child feel free to contact us!
teach children how to tell time
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Time Teller - Lift and Peek - How To Tell Time/ Clock Learning Tool #homeschooling
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Paper plate clock for teaching kids to tell time
Tool For Teaching Math
Inferencing in just 1 minute, fun site. Kids will love this.
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FREE Online Inference Game~ Students get one clue at a time until they're able to solve the riddle. This activity from philtulga.com is a fun way for students to practice inference and prediction. Answers go from easy (day) to hard (mummy) as the student's skill improves!
Online Inference Game - I have used this before and the students really enjoyed it.
Inference Riddle Game - online game to practice inference and prediction
inferencing game on computer - i think I already have this
Teaching inference - inference riddle online game
great for intro to our inferencing lesson!!
Inferences game...possible computer center?
101 Inference Riddles~ Online "games"
online inference game
6 Tips for Correcting Pencil Grip
6 Tips for Correcting Pencil Grip with helpful how-to videos
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6 Tips for Teaching Correct Pencil Grip with helpful how-to videos http://happybrownhouse.com/6-tips-for-correcting-pencil-grip/
How do we develop pre-writing skills in our children to help them become successful writers? This podcast will tell you how! FREE printables.
6 Tips for Teaching Correct Pencil Grip with helpful how-to videos happiness habits #happy #positivity
Does your child hold a pencil funny? Are you trying to teach a child how to cold a pencil correctly? These 6 Tips for Teaching Correct Pencil Grip with helpful how-to tutorial videos can help!
How do we develop pre-writing skills in our children to help them become successful writers?
6 Tips for Teaching Correct Pencil Grip with helpful how-to videos
Developing Pre-Writing Skills: #2 - Liz's Early Learning Spot
6 Tips for Teaching Correct Pencil Grip.
6 tips for correcting pencil grip
AWESOME BUSY BAG IDEAS!!
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BUSY BAG IDEAS. This would be PERFECT to put together and each time I am nursing the baby, Adriana can pick an activity bag that she can play with and I can help her with while nursing at the same time. **MUST DO!
AWESOME BUSY BAG IDEAS. The biggest collection of busy bag ideas I have seen! Like the storage idea too
Toddler BUSY BAG IDEAS. The biggest collection of busy bag ideas I have seen!
Giant Collection of busy bag ideas--also really like this storage idea
AWESOME BUSY BAG IDEAS. The biggest collection of toddler busy bags
lots of busybag and busy box ideas for toddlers and preschoolers
Fantastic Busy Bag Ideas Round-Up and cool storage idea
Busy Bag for Toddlers
busybags storage idea
Wild & Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It love her chart. PBIS - teach the behavior you want/kids need to be successful.
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Wild Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It love her chart. PBIS - teach the behavior you want/kids need to be successful.
"When Someone is Bugging Me, I Can Say..." Problem Solving Anchor Chart #firstGrade
Cute, "When Something Bugs Me" Anchor Chart. Great visual! ;)
Love this bug's face. Wild & Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It
Wild & Fun in Pre-K: Monday Made It
Anchor Chart : Bugging Me
ADHD Tips for Parents: Should They Sit Still?? How to help your adhd kids with fidgeting! | See more ADHD pins @SpectrumPsych
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ADHD Tips for Parents: Should They Sit Still?? How to help your adhd kids with fidgeting! | See more ADHD pins @oaktreecounsel
ADHD Tips for Parents: Should They Sit Still?? I like the standing desk and the visual time tracker. GREAT ideas for home and school.
ADHD Tips for Parents: Should they sit still? Or does fidgeting help them learn? @OaktreeCounsel
ADHD Tips for Parents: Should They Sit Still?? How to help your adhd kids with fidgeting! |
ADHD Tips for parents. Should kids sit still to learn?
ADHD Tips for Parents: Should They Sit Still??
ADHD kids: should they sit still?
ADHD Tips for Parents: Fidgets
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How to choose appropriate fidgets for #ADHD. How & Why do they help kids focus? | Check out @SpectrumPsych for all of our therapy pins. - ADD / ADHD
This is an amazing read for any parent with an ADHD child!!How to choose appropriate fidgets for #ADHD. How & Why do they help kids focus? | Check out @SpectrumPsych for all of our therapy pins.
How to choose appropriate fidgets for #ADHD. How & Why do they help kids focus?
Tips for choosing appropriate fidgets for kids with ADHD.
How to choose appropriate fidgets for #ADHD. How
velcro is a great way to help fidgety kids who need tactile stimulation--stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it and stay in their seats with minimal distraction!
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the scratchy sides of velcro are a great way to help fidgety kids who need tactile stimulation--stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it
for kids who need tactile stimulation--stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it and stay in their seats with minimal distraction! - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins (Link is to a site where you can buy Velcro dots)
Play-doh filled stress ball balloons with emotions drawn with a Sharpie. Good "calm-down" strategy.
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Balloon stress balls- all you need is a balloon and flour(and a funnel to put the flour in the balloon). It's a great craft idea for you and your kids:)
DIY stress ball balloons....great for little pinching hands. For kids who pinch for sensory satisfaction, these balloons feel similar to flesh making it easier to replace the behavior while satisfying the same sensory need.
Stress balls--balloons filled with play dough. Make these for kids to take on airplane . . .
Stress Ball Balloons - filled with play dough. Includes homemade play dough directions.
Homemade stress balls for kids. Also good for teaching feelings and emotions.
Stress Ball Balloons filled with Play-doh...great idea for learning emotions.
Stress Ball Balloons - balloons filled with playdough. Cool
stress balls/ emotions balloons (filled with playdoh)
stress balloons filled with playdough
Get your hands on these awesome fidget toys for #Autism by clicking on the graphic. Don't forget to REPIN!
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Explore Your Senses :: sensory toys online for Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia. Toys for children with special needs - perfect for sensory rooms - http://www.exploreyoursenses.co.uk/
21 Fidget Toys for Autism...that I happen to think would be helpful for children who are blind or visually impaired. (Image: title of the blog post with a stretchy toy lizard, koosh ball, and silver ring)
Fidget toys are great self-regulation tools to help with focus, attention, calming, and active listening. We asked some of our contributing bloggers what widgets they would recommend. The results are some pretty neat fidget toys that will help your child with special needs. #autism #specialneeds #helpfultoys
Another pinner: Get your hands on these awesome fidget toys for #Autism by clicking on the graphic. Don't forget to REPIN!
Get your hands on these awesome #fidgetToys for #Autism by clicking on the graphic.
Get your hands on these awesome fidget toys for autism children
fidget toys for #Autism by clicking on the graphic.
fidgit toys for kids with autism and ADHD
21 Fidget Toys for Autism
End Impulsive Behavior
End Impulsive Behavior | 40 Best Accommodations for Your ADHD Child
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Flying Things: Paper Airplanes Boston, Massachusetts #Kids #Events
Catching A Plane Paper Airplane Game
making paper airplanes
Flying Things: Paper Airplanes - Kids Events, Activities & Things To Do for Families
Paper Airplane Experiment Instructions
Instructions for folding several models of Paper Airplane Experiment. Follow the step by step diagram to fold the figures
Small Bites and Movement
Tips to help your students complete their work and FREE printables.
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@Kelsei Green...thought this might help with a few of your students :) Tips to help your students complete their work and FREE printables.
I love some of these ideas!! Great for ADHD. Tips to help your students complete their work and FREE printables.
Tips to help your students complete their work and FREE printables. AWESOME interacting with text
Tips for differentiating to help your students complete their work and FREE printables.
tips to help your students complete their work and FREE printables. read later
Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Small Bites and Movement
Tips to Help Your Students Complete Their Work!
Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school:
A few weeks ago, I shared a lesson from my friend, Sandy called, N.O.W. (News of the Week). Click HERE to read more about that lesson. (click on picture) One of the problems with this lesson is it can be overwhelming for students who either aren't on grade level or students who have trouble with focusing. So, the lesson was modified. (click on picture) One way to help students focus better, is to make this flap book: Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down. Students complete the work that they can see when a flap is open. Close the flap and then open the next flap until they finish the assignment. This makes the assignment in "bite size pieces". Use this strategy with students who have trouble getting started on an assignment. With those students they are overwhelmed with all of the words and graphics on the page. They don't feel like they will ever finish the assignment so why even begin. If they need extra motivation and a chance to move, you can set up a stamp station near your desk. Each time they complete the work in a flap area, they show you the work, and then go to the stamp station to get a stamp. Some students need as many of their five senses as possible incorporated into lessons. One way to do this is assigning the student a few problems at time. Circle the even number problem. When the students finishes with those problem, he/she will show them to you. Then you will circle the odd number problems. The student is getting up moving more which helps. You can add seasonal fun and a sensory touch to this if you use scented markers to circle the problems. In February, circle the numbers with red and pink. In December, use red and green to add a Christmas touch. Do you have any ideas?
Tech Talk for Teachers: Let's Get SMART®
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Hmmm... these are supposed to be 21 SMART board basics, but I didn't learn ALL of these at my SMART board lesson... more to learn. ALWAYS!
If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this!!! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- dual displays who knew! :}for our teachers
Tech Talk for Teachers: Let's Get SMART®. If you have a smartboard, 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- dual displays who knew!
For my teacher friends! If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this!!! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- dual displays who knew!
Pin Now, Read Later: If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this!!! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- dual displays who knew! thought all those teachers out might like to know this
SHAKE BREAK- great to play when kids need to shake out the wiggles (Song for Kids ♫ 1:27)