Ability Times a blog for students with disabilities at Tunxis Community College lists some useful apps! I’m going to be checking a few of these out. Especially the readers, and organizers and recorders. It’s always like a treasure hunt.
D and I have been having a great time with our new online Science program. Supercharged Science. Nothing like good science to get you fired up! Love the way you gather a box full of stuff around the house plus a few extras and away you go one fun experiment after another. Science just makes the whole world light up.
We are loving this supplement to our language material. Not to many online language programs really put as much attention on memory and auditory skills. He spent 3 or more hours at it today. He especially loved that he could see his success, it was fast paced, not too juvenile, and he could see the goal, and what was next! Perfect for us.
For years I lived with an allergy everyone shook their heads at. It was so great to find others on the internet that were equally effected. I crave fresh cold crunchy veggies and fruits….just not the swelling and itching that goes with it. This is also a very nice Gluten free site, that I am enjoying now that my son and I have gone Gluten Free. We are also moving forward without corn syrup, meat, poultry, and processed sugar. So far so good. Not so hard now with so many available products and a wealth of information and recipes online, not to mention a growing community of others that are changing the way they keep themselves nourished.
Carol Barnier has some helpful ideas to stick in your toolkit for teaching hightly distractible kids. Games have been very helpful at our house. Maybe some of these little suggestions will be helpful to you in some way. Teaching Highly Distractible/ADD/ADHD Children.
It is always nice to see the number of Montessori Schools serving children with developmental disabilities on the rise! Hurray!