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A.D.H.D. Tips

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"

A Tender Teacher for Special Needs: Students with Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Freebie. Children with ODD frequently argue and throw tantrums. They get angry a lot and show their anger through disruptive behaviors. These actions make it hard for children with ODD to maintain positive relationships. Read more to get some great suggestions and download a FREE tracking chart. Go to:

from Crafty Recipes

Healthy Sea Turtle Snacks for Kids

Found this adorable idea on Pinterest with no source and had to share! These would be fun to make for the kids during an ocean theme unit or just for fun! Ingredients: Green apples Green grapes Goldfish crackers Mini chocolate chips Frosting Slice a green apple in half as well as grapes then lay them …

from wordsofhisheart

Painters Tape, Pergo and a Plan

Walking the S - Great kinesthetic activity for kids learning the alphabet. Works with any letter. Have child walk heel-toe, heel toe and maneuver the S like a balance beam. Special needs, preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, alphabet fun

from Kids Activities Blog

After School Routine Clock

After School Routine Clock - BUT this could be altered for a whole daycare day routine! What a great way for kids to begin to understand time.

What a great adaptive idea to help kids hold a pen, pencil or even a paint brush. Perfect for kids with limited abilities. I think smaller ones, like the ones you use for pets would work, too.

from A Healthy Slice of Life

Kid-Friendly Frozen Greek Yogurt Drops

DIY Greek Yogurt Drops recipe for Kids (young and old). Frozen Greek yogurt drops! I made them Thursday morning on my Thinking Outside the Lunchbox segment on FOX News Rising. These kid-friendly Frozen Greek Yogurt drops are great for kids of all ages, from baby led weaing to toddler snacks and beyond, they are a healthy, delicious treat!

Here is a kit that you can make. You can call it whatever you would like. Two examples are breathe box and calming kit. Put in your favourite things that make you feel comfortable or calm you down. Keep it in your school bag and pull it out when you are starting to get anxious. Thinking of making one of these for myself.