Art

Art

Using Art to Target IEP Goals

Continuing the theme of generalization and really applying all of those skills that your students have worked so hard on learning all year - let's talk about art. Unfortunately, art class is sometimes cut for our general education buildings. Or if it's not cut it's...

Fine Motor Fluency

If you have a student who is currently working on fine motor skills,a fine motor fluency program is a good next step once they are independently reaching, grasping, squeezing, pressing, twisting, pulling, pushing, releasing etc. Bringing a skill to fluency is an...

Rainy Day Craft: Tie Dye T-Shirts

Tie-Dye is always a good time! I remember back to my good ole' camp counselor days and used to love doing this activity with the campers. This is a really fun activity to work on with your students. You can incorporate color identification, fine motor skills,...

Snowflake Crafting

We have been hitting the snow theme hard lately. December was overflowing with Christmas activities that we didn't even touch on one snow activity. I was saving it for January - because we all know how long January can be. We need plenty of fun activities to get us...

Christmas Crafting

I work in a we-are-more-than-okay-with-celebrating-Christmas-even-though-it's-a-public-school type of school. Heck - we have a full decorated Christmas tree in the main hallway. Right or wrong - I go with it and we have been LOVING doing everything and anything...

My Favorite Fall Craft 🙂

Let me admit this right up front. This is stolen from pinterest (follow me!). For sure stolen. I'm clearly not this creative and cutesy. I try but luckily I don't need to - pinterest does it for me 🙂 Woohoo. These trees turned out super adorable and could be done by...

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