Welcome to a spot to share ideas for working with students in exceptional education in public schools.
Please describe activities you've successfully used with students to improve fine motor and self-help skills.
Creative classroom adaptations for sensory-based and ergonomic needs are sought. Technology applications, low and high tech, are appreciated.
Above all--be positive and professional in sharing your experiences and ideas. Thanks.
Monday, November 19, 2012
What can you do with Halloween leftovers??? Make skull sandwiches!
Use those smart fingers to warm up and soften up the blue tack (for adhering posters to the walls) until it's ready to squish and squeeze into smaller pieces.
Make one little skull sandwich, then make a double decker, or more.
Don't let it topple over!
Excellent activity for finger-tip prehension and joint stability. Disassembling it is a therapeutic activity as well.