Sensory seating is used for students who may have difficulty processing information from their senses and from the world around them. Tennis balls on the seat and backrest provide an alternative texture to improve sensory regulation. Students with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, sensory processing disorder, etc. may benefit from this sea
Visual timers are a terrific tool for kids who have a hard time with transitions. Visual Timer (Visual Tools) This visual timer is used to solve time perception problems at all ages and ability levels It is ideal for individuals with autism and aspergers who have difficulty with transitions Offers an optional beep when time...Read More »
First, he blows some bubbles and, as expected, the kids all pop them. Then, he challenges them to NOT pop the bubbles even if one lands on the tip of their nose. Introduce the concept of self control and launch a discussion about stopping to think before you act. Dustin refers to it as a "bullet" in your year that you can refer back to again and again. "Think about that time when we didn't pop the bubbles..."