Our best back to school tips, hints, and strategies all in one easy to access resource!
Each school year is full of lesson planning, purchasing items to transform your classroom from drab to fab, organizing supplies, getting to know each and every child in your classroom or on your caseload, and paperwork, paperwork, paperwork.
At some point, your worlds will collide and you will be standing in front of each other talking about “that kid”, the one who slumps in his chair, can’t sit still to save his life, or has to touch everything near her. The kid whose handwriting is atrocious and the one whose shoes are constantly untied.
As a teacher, you may feel overwhelmed with worry over how you’ll ever be able to help this one child in your sea of 26 (or more!). And as a therapist, you are likely stretched so thin between your 20 classrooms and caseload of 90 kids, that you just don’t have time to address each and everyone of these individual issues.
This is why we are here to help. This comprehensive list of articles touches on everything from sensory processing to posture in a classroom chair. You will find suggestions for making a classroom sensory friendly, for opening up discussions with parents and for gently guiding a child through transitions in their day.
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