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CAP TWIST-OFF BOARD - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME

Here is an amazing DIY fine motor activity for toddlers and preschoolers using squeeze pouch food caps! Check out how to make your own here!

Create a preschool learning activities binder with a free printable for letters and shapes. (ad)

Learning Activities Binder & Free Printable - Typically Simple

Create a preschool learning activities binder with a free printable for letters and shapes. (ad)

Your kids will be surprised when they see the eye catching art they can create when painting with circles.

Painting with Circles

I love sharing kids activities that don't take a long time to set up and can incorporate items you already have at home. For this fun Painting with Circles art activity, you'll use disposable cups to create bold artwork. This would be a great art project to do with a shape study. You can also check out our DIY Shape Stickers for more inspiration. Painting with circles You will need: Easel paper Tempera paint in various colors Cups and bottle caps in various sizes Paper plate Gather some…

Functions of Behavior – BIAS Behavioral Interventions

Functions of Behavior – BIAS Behavioral Interventions

If you have worked with a BCBA in the past, it is likely that you have heard the term FUNCTIONS OF BEHAVIOR. BCBAs look at function to determine WHY

2D Shape Activities for Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten - Pocket of Preschool

2D shapes activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Shape mats (legos, geoboards, etc), play dough mats, posters, sorting mats, worksheets, & MORE.

List of Sensory integration Calming/Alerting Activities

Alerting / Calming Sensation

List of Sensory integration Calming/Alerting Activities

Many children are affected by sensory processing issues, especially those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and learning disabilities. Click through to learn all about what a sensory diet is, how it can benefit your child with learning, focus, behavior, and emotional regulation, and how to discover which activities should be part of your child’s individual sensory diet. #sensorydiet #sensoryprocessing #autism #adhd #learningdisabilities #emotionalregulation

How to Create a Sensory Diet for Kids

Many children are affected by sensory processing issues, especially those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and learning disabilities. Click through to learn all about what a sensory diet is, how it can benefit your child with learning, focus, behavior, and emotional regulation, and how to discover which activities should be part of your child’s individual sensory diet. #sensorydiet #sensoryprocessing #autism #adhd #learningdisabilities #emotionalregulation

If your child has a speech or language delay, their speech therapist may suggest several strategies to help them with communication. For us, and for many, the most useful strategy has been PECS. But what are PECS and how do you get started with them?

How to Get Started with PECS for Your Autistic Child

If your child has a speech or language delay, their speech therapist may suggest several strategies to help them with communication. For us, and for many, the most useful strategy has been PECS. But what are PECS and how do you get started with them?

The Twister shoes for children or adults with splints or AFO's. - How cool are these babies!

Medical - Bracing & Prosthetics | Boa®

The Twister shoes for children or adults with splints or AFO's. - How cool are these babies!

The Complete List of Free Things and Grants for Kids with Special Needs #DontPayFull

The Complete List of Free Things and Grants for Kids with Special Needs

The Complete List of Free Things and Grants for Kids with Special Needs #DontPayFull

FREE printable activity for toddlers and preschoolers to identify body parts and place pieces where they go. Great anatomy activity that also helps to build vocabulary.

My Body Parts - Printable Puzzles

FREE printable activity for toddlers and preschoolers to identify body parts and place pieces where they go. Great anatomy activity that also helps to build vocabulary.