Rachel Pregnell

Rachel Pregnell

Rachel Pregnell
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Let's move past Disabilities Awareness and into Disabilities Acceptance. Here are some things that any family, special needs or not, can do to help their community.

March is Disabilities Awareness Month and April is Autism Awareness Month. I've compiled a list of things that any family can do to create awareness in your own home or in your community.

Autism Awareness Puzzle. Get a big floor puzzle and have each student decorate a piece that "describes" them. Make several just in various places just a plain autism awareness color.

Get a big floor puzzle and have each student decorate a piece that "describes" them. Make several just in various places just a plain autism awareness color.

disability awareness posters free | DISABILITY AWARENESS STUDENT BOOKLET {FREE} - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Teach kids about disabilities with this free fun booklet! Simple, kid-friendly descriptions and clipart make complex disabilities more understandable for students.

People First Language - FREE Disability Awareness PowerPoint.

People First Language - Changing the way we address special needs or areas of opportunity changes the way we see and treat ourselves and each other.

list of resources to teach non-disabled kids to better understand and accept their peers with disabilities, understanding breaks down fear and hate

List of resources to teach non-disabled kids to better understand and accept their peers with disabilities, understanding breaks down fear and hate. I want my girls to be accepting of others different than them.

This is a great resource from www.SquareTeachers.com. There are 17 printable fact sheets on most common disabilities that anyone may find helpful whether you work in schools or health care settings.

17 printable fact sheets on most common disabilities that anyone may find helpful whether you work in schools or health care settings.

Super Hero Reader Books - free dolch sight word books for kids from toddler - grade While I would not consider these books to be phonetical emergent readers, they could be good practice for kids who have a pretty good foundation of phonetical sounds.