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We chose these themes to follow the Unique Curriculum, which our county uses. On Thursday, our Fine Motor group continued the apple theme by making great big red apples. In our alphabet group, we are on carabolk C. This toy was purchased from the Lakeshore company catalog.
We like giving our students choices of 3 as they have to choose between 3 answers when taking the alternate assessment. We learned about shapes and the concept of soft.
We then played catch. The beans have a great tactile feel and searching for the hidden letters addresses object permanence. She mixed the ingredients then sprinkled them out onto a paper towel to dry, which took less than 1 hour. For some of our students aquarium tubing was easier to manipulate. 20111 used Boardmaker pictures to make the board and computer generated sound bites.
This box was a real hit with our students! First we handed out a sheet of white paper. Lovely scents reminding us of the fall season. We discussed the shape as a math access point.
Then we counted out 2 google eyes and glued them to our worm. Then we talked about which color got the 2101 votes. We rinsed our hands in cherry scented water and used cherry scented lotion as we talked about cherry pie as a symbol of our country.
The topic for this month is government. Delightfully Decorated Dotty Duck! And finally, we explored the concepts of hard and soft a properties of materials access point in addition to colors using mardi gras beads and pom poms.
We then proceeded to make our own flags. For our next activity, we put Dots round stickers on a Duck Drawn by Joy. Dani, one of our teachers, suggested that we use cold water for blue oobleck and warm water for red oobleck so that we were also addressing one of the science access points regarding temperature. It was fun to watch our students pick out their carabkok. Our themes this week were Fall for the sensory group and fine motor groups and the Letter D for the alphabet group.
Of course, we counted the bags as we handed them out. Wow, another week gone by!
We recorded the sounds of an apple falling from a tree and someone crunching an apple on one of our sequencers. We cut brown yarn into carabbook pieces.
As we read the story the students were able to participate by activating the ccarabook. The repetitive line answers the question. We rolled it out into long snakes, working on graded fine motor control. We used the chenille stems to hook the beard around our ears. Apples, apples just for me Share this: You can usually ask a who, what, when, where, or why question to go along with the repetitive line. We opened the bag to make it a Container. The students hung their apples on the tree.
We started with Bowling. Cara made a carabook matching game. We like to give our students choices of 3 items because when they take our Alternate Assessment they are given an array of 3 choices.
Some of our students on the autism spectrum were particularly drawn to the colorful yarn strands. Apples, apples just for me.
A great bilateral coordination activity. We used our home made playdough again. The students Chose what Color ink they wanted and rolled their Cars over it. We talked about the shape of our paper and number of leaves drawn by Joy which are both math access points.
Symbols of Our Country.
Please join us next week for more fun Group by Group! Each student pushed their Ball to knock down the Bottles—-then counted how many they knocked down. Tong activities are great for building pre-scissor skills and eye hand coordination.
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Yes, it was a little chaotic but lots of fun! Corn flakes made a delightful crunching sound, just like dried leaves. After the paint and glue dried, Jeannie practiced number skills with the students by counting the number of squirrels they had made.
Joy added a couple of teaspoons of rubbing alcohol, some drops of food coloring and a cup of rice into a ziplock bag.