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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Bright Ideas Blog Hop


I'm so glad that you stopped by today on the next stop of the Bright Ideas Blog Hop.  

I thought I would share with you some of the ways that I adapt my activities to meet the needs of my special students.  You can use these with any of your activities and with any grade.

Tip #1

For children with fine motor difficulties, use magnets and cookie sheets.  The pieces don't move as easily.



 Tip #2

Use dice.  They are easier to use than spinners.


Tip #3

Use Velcro.  When using manipulatives, add Velcro to the back of the pieces.  It will stop the pieces from moving and frustrating the children.


Tip #4

For children with  visual difficulties, use manipulatives and "real" objects.  They will be more meaningful to the children.  Use ice cube trays for 10 frames and rubber/stuffed animals to represent characters in books.



Tip #5

For children unable to use a pencil, use stamps and tiles.  




Thank you so much for stopping by today.  I hope I gave you a few ideas to use in your class.

For your next stop, you will be heading to my friend Maria over at Kinder-Craze.




Kinder-Craze

2 Notes:

Kate said...

Great tips! Thanks for sharing!
Kate
Fun in ECSE

Kinder Alphabet said...

Thank you for sharing. I love these tips!!!

-Lidia
Kinder Alphabet