Social stories can be extremely effective tools for supporting social behaviours in children with Autism, ADHD, developmental delays and other additional needs. And let’s face it, the Internet is FILLED with social story options to teach a wide range of social skills and routines. But did you know that not all social stories are createdContinue reading “What Makes a “Good” Social story? 5 Tips for Choosing High Quality Resources for Your Students”
Play is often referred to as ‘The Work of Childhood’ as this is how young children make sense of the world, problem solve, take risks and develop those all important language and social skills. As dedicated Educators and parents, we love seeing our students immerse themselves in different play opportunities and the learning that follows.Continue reading “4 Ways to Implement Visual Supports in Play”
Not sure how to use your First-Then Chart to maximise student outcomes? This blog post has you covered!
With an overcrowded curriculum and constant classroom interruptions, as dedicated and BUSY teachers you want your students to maximise their learning time. I hear you! And we know that students can learn best when they are regulated, settled and alert. One of the best tricks to ensure that your students maintain focus and engagement isContinue reading “5 Ways to Incorporate Movement Breaks into Your Classroom (without your students even knowing!)”
Make school mornings a breeze with these top tips!
One of the biggest questions families ask me as a paediatric speech pathologist is ‘why won’t my child play with their toys?’. This is a huge topic and one that has many answers and discussion points. So let’s grab a cuppa, settle in and look at some of the reasons why your child may beContinue reading “4 Tips To Help Your Child Play With Their Toys”