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A Quick Guide to Writing Grants for Sensory Rooms in Schools

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Look, we get it. Your schedule’s packed as it is. The last thing you feel like doing in your non-existent free time is writing grants for sensory rooms. Applying for grants is time-consuming (a single application can take months to complete). It’s also tedious. But the thing is, creating sensory...
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Bored Kids? Here Are 10 Spray Chalk Games to Get Kids Moving

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  No matter how much you spice your lessons up, kids can only sit still for so long before boredom kicks in. Give it an hour (and that’s on a good day!), and fidgeting and yawning will ensue. Lucky for you, you have one ace up your sleeve: spray chalk games. They’re a great way to keep students...
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7 Playground Painting Ideas for Science and Math Activities

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Most playground painting ideas focus on how to get kids to move, develop their social skills, and engage in unstructured play. But that’s only half the story. You can also incorporate playground markings in the teaching process to help kids learn about the natural world or grasp abstract concepts —...
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3 Fun & Budget-Friendly Locomotor Skills Activities for Kids

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Childhood is a critical time for the development of locomotor skills. However, there are only so many squats and jumping jack reps kids can do before being bored out of their minds! If you want to not only get kids to move but also instill a genuine enjoyment of sports and set them up for a...
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Sensory Pathways Made Easy: Definition, Examples & How-To’s

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Looking for a simple, easy, and cost-effective solution to get kids moving and enhance their learning? Sensory pathways are the way to go (pun intended!). A growing body of research suggests that sensory play and physical activity that includes sensory play have positive effects on cognition,...
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can children with developmental delays still catch up to their peers?

Can A Child With Developmental Delays Catch Up To Their Peers?

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Long story short: YES! The data is pretty clear on this: most children with developmental delays can, and will, catch up to their peers as they age. Most developmental delays, according to WebMD, are not serious developmental delays, and can be easily treated - especially if the child has access to...
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Teacher Talks - Andrew Romberger

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    Andrew Romberger is a Health & PE Resource Teacher in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District of North Carolina. Andrew has been working in education for more than 18 years, with 12 of those years spent as an elementary physical education teacher.  
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