Today I have another free I-Spy-themed printable for you. I-Spy pages are a great way to work on visual-perception with our children, especially in this age of telehealth and virtual services. This Sensory Processing themed I-Spy printable also comes with access to a Google slide option to use in a … [Read more...] about The 8 Senses Themed I-Spy Printable & Google Slides
It's the beginning of February here in Ohio, which means a lot of cold weather. If you're stuck inside, you know how important getting active and moving is for our children. Today I want to share some of our favorite movement videos for early elementary students. My daughter is 8. She is … [Read more...] about Movement Videos for Early Elementary Students
Over the winter, one of my most popular posts is my winter 2-ingredient no-cook play dough recipe. It has been a while since I made play dough this way, so I decided to do a fun Valentine 4-ingredient no-cook play dough version today. Valentine 4 Ingredient No-Cook Play Dough Notes A few … [Read more...] about Valentine 4-Ingredient No-Cook Play Dough Recipe
Being able to self-check your written work is an important executive function skill for all students. I've created a new free download that gives your student a writing and editing checklist they can use at their desk or have hanging on the wall. This writing and editing checklist is based on … [Read more...] about Visual Writing & Editing Checklist for Students
Along with learning to read, writing is another significant milestone that parents often wonder about. One question I see over and over again is "when should I teach my child to write?" The answer is not cut and dry, "they should know how to write by age 'insert age here'". Writing, or … [Read more...] about When Should I Teach My Child to Write?
Are you looking for some fun, hands-on ways to practice handwriting at home? Here are some ideas for handwriting and letter formation practice so that your child is all set when they get back to school. Teaching Letter Formation Tips First, remind your child that we write in a left to … [Read more...] about 11 Activities for Letter Formation Practice