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.
Check out five great games for a social skills group.
Research-based strategies to handle temper tantrums at home and in school
Find out how to stop temper tantrums from a school psychologist and licensed behavior specialist.
This article gives research-based tips about how to teach empathy to children.
This research-based article gives you effective strategies to support kids with challenging behaviors!
As humans, we naturally like to move and use our hands! Do you ever notice yourself moving a part of your body (shaking your leg, biting your lip, playing with your fingers, touching your hair) or touching something in your environment (a soft couch, the tv remote, a cup, a fidget toy, a blanket, your phone). We also like to …