What is Zebra Paper? A simple method to teach children to evenly space letters and words when writing. It can assist in decreasing writing size as they mature and become more fluent in forming letters and words. For the struggling student, it can be used as a guide to help develop even spacing and decrease or increase letter formation to a more appropriate size.
Zebra paper also gives you concrete, measurable evidence of the student’s writing.FINALLY, you can easily measure and document what size their writing is at the beginning of intervention or the school year and then what size it is after a course of time or intervention.
Zebra paper can be used when first learning to write letters and words as a teaching guide. Teaching letter sizing and word spacing right from the start helps to avoid problems and bad habits.
This amazing little (3x4) toy unfold into countless shapes and designs. Virtually indestructible. Jeliku is the perfect fidget toy, stress reliever, and unique puzzle toy all in one! Appropriate for children of all ages, this hands on 3D folding puzzle facilitates spatial logical and creative thinking while challenging eye-hand coordination, fine motor skills and problem solving. Comes with some beginning shapes and animal sculpture ideas with more design ideas and step by step folding instructions available online.
Highly versatile set of brightly colored clips. 30 large clips facilitate an open web space and 2 or 3 point grasp when squeezing open. Moderately resistive, they are great for attaching to each other, the edge of shoeboxes and clothing. But best yet, the eyelet opening at the center and the holes in handles provide 2 ways to string the clips themselves, making a fast and easy clothesline activity or keep them permanently strung providing an immediately no fuss line for attaching cards, letters, pictures, etc.
What Do You Do With All Your Summer Stuff??
Pool noodles and tubes, shovels, pails, and beach balls! Now that the summer is over and everyone is back to school what do you do with all the summer stuff? Most children (or adults) aren't ready to give up their summer fun yet. Why not turn your summer stuff into some treatment activities during the school year.
Pool Noodles and Tubes
Marble Racing: Take your pool noodle and cut it in half, now take one half and cut the top off, leaving the bottom and a groove for the marble to travel down. Line up the noodles, a marble at the top of each and let them roll! Which one is faster.
Can your child find the fastest angle to hold the noodle? How many marbles can they put in, one after the other?
Can you bend the noodle and move your arms to get the marble through?
String Noodle Pieces: Cut your pool noodles into one inch pieces and then have your children use them to practice stringing.
Find a broom stick and have your children reach up high to place them on the broom stick.
Pool Noodle Building: Use your pieces of pool noodle and toothpicks to build a tower or piece together a person or object.
Pool Noodle Sequencing: Write letters or numbers on the sides of your pool noodles. Now have your children spell words or copy number order either with a visual model or verbal sequence.
Write the whole alphabet, one letter per noodle piece and then ask your students to stack a tower in alphabetical order.
Pool Tube Hopscotch: Use your pool tubes as part of your hopscotch board or obstacle course- Jump in and out.
Write letters on the pool tube and have your children throw a ball into the letter you call out.
Pool Tube Javelin: Take your pool tube and hang it from a doorway or ceiling. You can also hang the tube from your gym basketball net. Stand a few feet away and try to throw the noodle through your tube.
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