Download our newest Transition to School resource!
Getting Ready to go to School
As well as the template: Let me Introduce Myself…
One of the ways your Resource Consultant can support your program is by providing adaptive equipment to support inclusion. Cause and Effect toys are commonly used to support children during group and play activities. Playtime can be challenging for children who have limited play and social skills. During group time, switch toys (toys that have been adapted with a larger switch to make activating the toy easier for children with physical limitations) can help some children to participate to their full potential.Continue reading
In this episode, Alanis talks with Gordon Neufeld about developmental psychology,
the power to parent, and the value in staying connected with our children
as they get older.
We know that this COVID-experience has impacted children and families in different ways and has brought with it lots of emotions and feelings – that is why AFCS was happy to collaborate with Iris the Dragon, Project: Kid’s Be Superheroes – as they wrote an eBook specifically to support conversations about COVID.
It is available as a free download at: https://www.iristhedragon.com/bookstore.html
Would you prefer to borrow a paper copy from our resource library?
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Follow 3 simple steps.
Step # 1 – Call ahead to any wine making supply store and ask them to set aside some used wine bags with their lids. They come in two sizes, small and large.
Step # 2 – Clean the wine bags using soap and water then hang the bags upside down with the lid off for a few days or until dry.
Step # 3 – Fill them with desired materials and offer them to the children to explore!
One of the ways your Resource Consultant can support your program, is by providing adaptive equipment to support inclusion. Fidget tools are commonly used items to support children during transitions, group time or times of waiting. Transitions are hard for all children and can be especially challenging for children who may have trouble staying still, have a limited ability to wait, or difficulties changing from one activity to another. They may also have challenges processing sensory input and require tools to support self-regulation.Continue reading
During Covid, programs may wish to include more sensory toys that can be cleaned as opposed to sensory bins and messy play. Toys with sensory elements can support children with self-regulation. Think of appealing to all the senses not just touch… sound, sight and smell may also be considered.Continue reading