This article gives several strategies for teaching proper pencil grip to children, with explicit directions on how to implement each one.
A graphic organizer is a research-based tool that provides learners with a visual representation of information, concepts, or ideas. Graphic organizers are often used to help children understand what they are reading. They can also be used to organize information in order to report it, such as through writing or an oral presentation like a speech. Graphic organizers can also …
Working in both cyber and brink & mortar settings, a school psychologist shares 28 possible accommodations and modifications for cyber school students.
This article explains and teaches how to use the reading comprehension strategy “making connections” – a research-based strategy utilized to help children/students improve their reading comprehension.
Preface: In this article you will find a variety of fun and engaging ways to implement research-based spelling strategies such as: teaching phonemic awareness, (a strategy to help students understand letter-sound correspondence and the individual parts that make up words) teaching morphological awareness (understanding/recognizing similar chunks in words, word families, and word parts) utilizing the whole-word approach (memorizing the spelling of …
Visualizing and Verbalizing is a research-based strategy that helps students visualize information so they can comprehend it.
Practical, easy-to-follow tips related to the following topics or challenges: temper tantrums, defiace, focus, social skills, impulsivity, hyperactivity, boundary setting, teaching accountability, goal setting, natural and logical consequences, creating positive interactions, building confidence and self-esteem, and positive behavior strategies
Use mini-schedules to help your child be cooperative and confident as they crush their goals and go through their day.
Excellent parenting tips wrapped into a clever poem. Check out positive parenting poetry.
Fun hands-on learning materials (and ideas) for elementary math skills (Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Time & Money)
Fun hands-on activities to teacher basic reading (phonics, sight words, decoding)
research based strategies to support a child with separation anxiety
This article provides the information from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act regarding IEP and 504 Plan services during COVID-19.
Research-based academic strategies to teach students on the autism spectrum
Find out about the difference between autism and asperger’s and the characteristics of autism spectrum disorder.
Try these research-based math problem solving strategies with you child or students.
Research-based strategies to help children write letters and numbers correctly and combat reversals.
Check out these research-based strategies to help your child or student with reading fluency.
Evidence-based program for anxiety in children and teens – Coping Cat Program
Sample after school visual schedule for children with autism or ADHD
Research-based strategies to help someone on the autism spectrum become independent in using the toilet.