Conquering Boredom: Strategies to Try

Conquering Boredom: Strategies to Try

Your child’s boredom presents an opportunity for them to learn how to manage their thinking. These boredom strategies can help. The ability to pay attention, to control the content of your thinking, is critical to a good life. When you pay attention to the extent that...
Improving Spatial Awareness Through Sensory Processing

Improving Spatial Awareness Through Sensory Processing

Spatial awareness is created through correct sensory processing. Here are five simple activities that you can do with your child or student to improve their sensory processing abilities. Building 3-D structures – 3-D structures can be built from Legos, blocks, or any...
Tip-Toes: Solutions to Try

Tip-Toes: Solutions to Try

Toe-walking can limit children’s agility, balance, and ability to participate in fun activities. Here are some simple strategies you can use to develop normal walking patterns. Weighted Down The use of ankle weights and/or a downward pressure applied through the...
Movement Equals Improvement: Strategies to Try

Movement Equals Improvement: Strategies to Try

The key to helping your unique learner “do better” in the New Year is movement. The following strategies will show you how to use movement that will help your child and will feel like a fun game. Some exercises will be more enjoyable for younger children...
Teaching Gratitude: Strategies to Try

Teaching Gratitude: Strategies to Try

Gratitude is a habit we can build just like any other. Habits are developed when specific activities are done over and over. This is true of both good and bad habits. Here are several activities that you and your unique learner can do to develop an attitude of...

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