Being fit and healthy doesn’t mean you have to resign yourself to working out for hours a day and eating nothing but chicken and steamed broccoli for every meal - see the simple daily habits of fit women.
Good instructional design involves an analysis of the learner. We should ask, "Does this instructional design match my students' learning styles"? Use this infographic to reflect on various learning styles.
Strengthen little hands and arms by using a potato smasher! This is just 1 of the 25 occupational therapist-approved fine motor activities you can do with your child, using items from around your house! Could do with peanut butter cookies with adults
Frees up space on a work table. When students finish their work place it in the wall basket. Organize your classroom by Smedley's Smorgasboard of Kindergarten! Stick command hooks on your wall and attach baskets to them.
Race to the Top is a fun game that can be adapted for many different skills and levels. You can use these types of games to practice letter recognition, sight words, or even numbers. I like this for letter recognition at the beginning of the year!
GROSS MOTOR - Tutorial for making your own stretchy resistance bands for proprioceptive sensory input for fidgety kids and for kids with sensory processing disorder and/or autism. Includes suggestions on how to use them from And Next Comes L