Living with a child that is a sensory seeker is a non-stop thrill ride. What is a sensory seeker? Understood.org offers an explanation. “There are two ways kids with sensory processing issues respond to sensory input. When kids underreact to sensory input, they may seek out more input.. When kids overreact, they become overwhelmed […]Read More 10 Bath time Activities for a Sensory Seeker
Where Does Special Instruction Take Place? Where does Special Instruction take place? I get asked that quite often. Federal Regulations of IDEA say: “Early intervention services must be provided in natural environments, including the home and community settings in which children without disabilities participate, to the maximum extent that is appropriate.” (Sec. 303.12) “[Natural environments […]Read More Where Does Special Instruction Take Place?
MILK OR JUICE? Teach your toddler to communicate using pictures Working with 2 year olds that aren’t talking is the most common thing that I do in early intervention. It takes some experimenting to find a strategy that works to teach communication. One strategy that I try early on is using a picture, […]Read More Teaching Toddlers to Communicate Using Pictures
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
All the little fish are swimming in the waterRead More “All The Little Fish Are Swimming in the Water”