Glue sticks are a fun and easy way to embed a variety of skills in a simple art activity for early intervention.Read More Using Glue Sticks in Early Intervention
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Seven Creative Ways to Use “The Ants Go Marching One by One in Special Instruction This song-of-the-month is “The Ants Go Marching One by One.” This song-of-the-month is “The Ants Go Marching One by One.” I always have a variety of children on my caseload: babies, wild toddlers, shy toddlers, babies on oxygen, babies with […]Read More 7 Creative Ways to Use “The Ants Go Marching One by One” in Special Instruction
Row, Row, Row Your Boat is a Toddler Favorite: now for core strengthening Sometimes you have toddlers that for some reason or another have weak core muscles. The physical therapist may coach you on using core strengthening activities. I love using action songs, especially the simple ones most mamas and daddies already know. “Row, Row, […]Read More Row, Row, Row Your Boat: an Ab Workout for Toddlers.
What is Special Instruction? Curriculum Planning Special Instruction includes four functions, according to the DEC position paper here. The Role of Special Instruction in Early Intervention, includes The designing of learning environments and activities that promote the child’s acquisition of skills in a variety of developmental areas including cognitive processes and social interactions, Curriculum planning including the […]Read More What is Special Instruction? Curriculum Planning