Tag Archives: 10 February 2017

Hot Job: Special Education Teacher – Phoenix, AZ

Call Today at 866-733-4278 or    Click HERE to Apply PediaStaff has an immediate opening for a Special Education Teacher in a Behavior Classroom ( 6th-8th grade) self contained starting ASAP through May 25th, 2017. * You’ll work with 11 students, … Continue reading

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Math Learned Best When Children Move

Editor’s Note:  Yet More peer reviewed evidence that movement is essential for academic achievement.   [Source:  Science Daily] Children improve at math when instruction engages their own bodies. This is one of the findings from a recent study coming from the … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Why Crossing Midline is Important for Development

Editor’s Note:  This article is directed at parents and is a great article for sharing. [Source:  North Shore Pediatric] As babies grow and develop certain milestones are often celebrated, such as rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking. As a pediatric occupational … 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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Reviews: Zones of Regulation Apps

[Source: Omazing Kids] Most of the patients that I see have Autism or other special needs that make emotional self regulation challenging for them. It’s the main reason that I sought out training in kids yoga several years ago and … Continue reading

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