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Why We Do What We Do: Girls with Disabilities Get to Dance Like Ballerinas

[Source: USA Today] Girls with developmental and physical disabilities are getting the chance to dance next to professional ballerinas as part of a program to build their mobility and confidence. Watch this Precious Video on USA Today


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Whole Pinboard of Ideas for Dr. Seuss Week!

Dr. Seuss’s birthday is just around the corner on March 2nd!   Do You Love celebrating it with your students and clients? If so, you will love our Pinterest Pinboard of free activities, ideas and treats all with a Dr. … Continue reading


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On the Lighter Side: IEP’s According to Dr. Seuss

Editor’s Note:   This is an oldie, but a goodie!  Perfect, as teachers get excited to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with their students. Thanks to Special Education Advisor.com for passing along this oldie but goodie that circulates the internet at … Continue reading


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20 Activities, Crafts, and Printables for Where the Wild Things Are

[Source:  Home School Creations.net] One book that’s been on our shelves for years is Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. This was one of our oldest daughter’s favorite books! Perhaps your family has read the book over and over … Continue reading


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OT Corner: Teaching Kids How to Use Glue

[Source: The Inspired Treehouse] If you’ve worked with or lived with young kids, you’re familiar with this scene… You find a new craft on Pinterest that you know your little ones will love.  You head to the craft store, gather up … Continue reading


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