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We started with Bowling. Check back with us next week as we have more fun Group by Group! We learned about shapes and the concept of soft.

This activity also carabolk on number identification and as we count the bones out: Again, we discussed what shape we were cutting. Apples, apples just for me Share this: On Thursday, our Fine Motor group continued the apple theme by making great big red apples. The students Chose what Color ink they wanted and rolled their Cars over it.

We try to pick up the post-it or point to it each time we repeat a word and the students really enjoy watching the array of words build up during the session.

Please join us next week for more fun Group by Group! Then they proceeded to make Curves on a large brown paper grocery bag.

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We talked about the shape of our paper and number of leaves drawn by Joy which are both math access points. For some of our students aquarium tubing was easier to manipulate. The repetitive line in this book is also the title of this book. In our alphabet group, we are on letter C. Placing the sticker on the students thumb was a way to adapt the activity for those students with increased muscle tone.


We chose these themes to follow the Unique Curriculum, which our county uses. We also used a hairdryer to simulate the cool fall breezes.

20111 We strung Big Blue Beads. We then put chenille stems through the holes, working on eye hand coordination. We cut brown yarn into small pieces.

Many of our students use adaptive scissors, such as this tabletop version. After the paint and glue dried, Jeannie practiced number skills with the students by counting the number of squirrels they had made. Our themes this week were Fall for the sensory group and fine motor groups and the Letter D for the alphabet group.

It was a nice effect and we had some students who rarely engage become very participatory with the rice. All pictures are found using Google images. We also try to give them opportunities to identify some of the words. During this activity we incorporated lots of access points by having the students work on math by counting apples and google eyes, work on colors: We like giving our students choices of 3 as they have to choose between 3 answers when taking the alternate assessment.

The finished product——-Ta Da! First we handed out a sheet of white paper. We started with a precut triangle with a slightly concave top. We Closed the bag with Clips we wrapped the handle of the clip with a rubber band to make it easier to open. She mixed the ingredients then sprinkled them out onto a paper towel to dry, which took less than 1 hour. Crumpling paper is great for working on hand intrinsics.

You can usually ask a who, what, when, where, or why question to go along with the repetitive line. Yes, it was a little chaotic but lots of fun!


We then cut red strips using a paper cutter and then counted how many we had cut. We used our home made playdough again. We searched for the letters USA in rice. And finally, we Counted all the C words that we wrote on our post its!

We found some silk leaves at the dollar store. A googlie eye was the finishing touch! Symbols of Our Country.

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She used Boardmaker pictures to make the board and computer generated sound bites. Delightfully Decorated Dotty Czrabook We opened the bag to make it a Container. For our students whose motor difficulties preclude tong use, we adapted hot glueing a plastic shower curtain ring a toy Dog. We talked about the shape circle that was formed—a math access point.

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Our student with a visual impairment glued silk leaves onto his paper. Cara carxbook a sound matching game. We made the oobleck one of our all time favorite substances by adding water to cornstarch and adding koolaid for color.

The books are made using Microsoft Office Powerpoint so they can be easily edited. We would have preferred to use rose scents, as our book discussed the rose as a symbol of our country, but were unable to locate some in time for our group.