Teaching and Therapy Resources for Homebound Families

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Editor’s Note:  If you are reading this page on or After April 20th, 2020, This page details only our FIRST issue of this weekly e-mailer/newsletter.   To see the rest of these resource collections, please visit our archive of these issues.

If you have your own child, or work with K-12th grade students, chances are that you and/or a parent or guardian that you know, is suddenly a homeschooler!

Well, don’t worry, because PediaStaff’s got you all covered!

For over ten years, Special Educators and Pediatric Therapy professionals have made the PediaStaff Pinterest site the “go-to” Pinterest destination for child development activities, resources, and news. With over 40,000 pins, organized into 130 boards, you will find activities, crafts, treats, and links to thousands of ideas, all organized by skill, diagnosis — and even holiday!

Each week, we will feature something new for all to consider as we collaborate to provide students with some consistency during this unusual time. Remember, we are all in this together!

Please feel free to forward this resource to other parents, therapists and educators that you think could use a little bit of inspiration.   There is a link to sign up below!

Here are this week’s featured boards and pins for you!

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One Response to Teaching and Therapy Resources for Homebound Families

  1. Megan Natale says:

    I would like to follow the blog and receive weekly emails.