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For you, your school, for families, and students

Your Therapy Source

This online resource for pediatric therapists, teachers, and parents offers hundreds of free activities, hand-outs, and information sheets:

  • Fine motor skill activities and worksheets
  • Gross motor skill printables and worksheets
  • Handwriting worksheets and activities
  • Sensory processing forms and activities
  • Visual perceptual worksheets and activities
  • Occupational and physical therapy resources

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Do2learn provides thousands of free pages with social skills and behavioral regulation activities and guidance, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material, and transition guides for employment and life skills.

Do2Learn believes that simply telling busy teachers, parents, and professionals what they should be doing is not enough. Within each topic, Do2Learn provides the hands-on resources needed to implement their suggestions. If they explain how to devise a visual communication system using picture cards, they provide free cards to get you started. When they present the Teacher Toolbox on how to adapt a classroom for children with special needs, they provide resources for behavior management plans, literacy tools, and the materials to create everything in your classroom.

As Schools close to Coronavirus, Special Educators Turn to Tele-Therapy

[Source: Education Week]

As students with learning disabilities enter distance learning environments, a tangled patchwork of state regulations, a lack of therapist training, and limited access to high-speed internet threatens to limit their access to key services that help them speak, move, and acquire skills for daily living...

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Cabin Fever Math for Non-Screen Learning

In response to sudden demand for non-screen learning, Bedtime Math has adapted their engaging after-school math activities for kids to enjoy at home. Below are some of the sample activities you’ll find on their website.

The Character Tree

The Character Tree is giving teachers a way to share character education videos and downloadable resources with parents to use at home. Free access will last through Jun. 30, 2020. This program provides videos for first and second graders, with discussions, examples from history and role modeling to teach "character development" and emphasize positive character traits, including kindness, curiosity and integrity. All lessons are standards-aligned and come with printable resources. Parents can also sign up for their own free accounts.

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