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(FUN)ctional Routines

Practicing functional routines is an essential life skill. In doing so, our learners will work on becoming independent in the classroom, their homes, and their communities. Functional routines can be fun and motivating, even if they are challenging and stressful right...

Play with Multi Age Children

Toys, toys and more toys! As an early childhood special educator for Infants and Toddlers, I have the amazing opportunity to virtually visit many homes (and one day in person again).  Many of the families I work with have multiple children in the home and the question...

How to Organize all of the STAR Materials

As we head into winter break, my number one goal is to be prepared and ready for resuming school in January, whether it be in person or remote. Using my plan time efficiently has been a main focus while working from home. Staying organized, on top and ahead of lesson...

Engaging Lesson Plans for Remote Learning

Gaining and maintaining attention through an iPad has been very difficult. Now that it is December, my team and I are working harder than we were in August to keep our kids wanting to come to virtual school! Many of our students are used to navigating the iPads while...

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