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7 Simple Accommodations for Kids with ADHD

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Discover how accommodations like providing positive physical activity and using privacy shields will help your little ones with ADHD. Follow this link to find out how you can use these tools in your therapy sessions or special education classroom.       Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current openings: https://jobs.txsource.com Get apps and activities delivered… Read More »

20 Kinesthetic Learning Activities for Kids

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Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists

Make your next lesson plan more fun and engaging by incorporating movement! Click here to learn how.  

EdTech Tuesday: 15 Educational Tech Toys for Kids

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School Physical Therapists

Inspire learning through play with the help of these 15 new tech toys, ranging from interactive dolls to electricity-generating soccer balls. Take a look!  

5 Outdoor Activities for Kids with ADHD and Autism

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Occupational Therapists

Physical projects are a great way for children with behavioral and learning disabilities to improve social skills and develop coordination. Take advantage of the summer weather and explore these five outdoor activities with your students. Click here to view the list.

Build a Flag Relay Race

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Elementary Aged Children Playing

Teach your students about the American Flag with Build a Flag Relay Race, a gross motor activity that works on coordination, motor control, balance, and visual motor integration. Click here to learn how to play.

50 Earth Day Activities for Kids

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Speech-Language Pathologists

In need of a few creative ways to celebrate Earth Day? The activities on this list can be used in a variety of settings, and are a great way to improve fine motor and sensory motor skills. Take a look, and discover how you can incorporate these crafts and garden games into your therapy sessions year-round.

Promoting “Old Tech” in the Classroom: Why Paper Still Matters

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The use of technology in the classroom has changed students learning experiences in many positive ways.  But can we still benefit from using classic teaching tools to help students share ideas?  History teacher Raleigh Werberger explores how classic tools like post-it notes can encourage students to communicate with each other, a skill that is often… Read More »