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Adapt the classic game to refine tactile discrimination, matching skills and social play!
Practice the usage of sound localization within orientation and mobility skills.
Use a flexible tube for children to hear themselves and promote listening skills!
Evoke a response from students with some usable vision using object identification.
Stimulate the vestibular system with this simple Q&A activity!
Encourage student's with some vision to reach or point to an object on request.
Stimulate the vestibular system while working on trunk control and balance!
Have fun making and playing with goo as a sensory and physical science project!
Practice sorting objects within a group to reinforce number skills and concept development.
Discuss the functions and traits of familiar elements in a child's environment.
Encourage searching techniques to help students explore and connect with their environment!
Use a Hula Hoop to practice various motor skills! Great for adapted PE classes!
Exaggerated responses are used to explore and identify different emotions.
Students learn appropriate social behavior through role playing!
Use real money to practice math and problem solving skills for daily life.
Directly teach and reinforce cause and effect concepts using these tips!
Expand students' usage of descriptive language, as well as visual and tactile discrimination.
Use a rubber band to practice independent movement of the hands.
Children will learn to maintain balance for more independent play and exercise!
Learning to use a telephone develops children's social and indolence skills for daily life.
Students use reasoning skills to decide whether the information is just plain silly or makes sense!
Help students understand the concept of money and its relative worth for things they need!
Encourage interaction among peers with music and a simple game!
Review common problem solving situations to encourage students to interact appropriately in different situations.
Construct this accessible board game to include kids of all sight levels in on the fun!
Learn these tips to help students become more active through better balance and steadier gait.
Explore the kitchen to help students become familiar with using utensils safely and effectively.
Help children understand the importance of planning organization and sequencing during this activity!
Practice following directions for early and advancing mobility skills, as well as object identification.
Use these sets of directions to help students progress as the number of steps increase.
This physical education activity is easily adapted for students of all abilities within the class!
Use daily activities to promote socialization and learning across an entire class.
Reward students with a treat and verbal exaggerations when they call your name for assistance!
Help students learn the names and uses of common objects while gaining awareness of their bodies.
Students can become more independent with a customized desk organizer!
Use regular PE equipment to set up this fully inclusive game similar to capture the flag!
Help students understand the importance of their personal information in this activity.
Include everyone in a round of America's favorite game using these tips!
Use these simple and creative ideas to adapt kickball so everyone can play!
A series of activities designed to help students work on their balance.
Modify wooden letter tiles with Braille to practice reading and building short words!
Use these various tips to adapt a cribbage board for students with multiple impairments.
Use these simple tips for developing listening comprehension among students for true comprehension.
Learn how to adapt the game of golf for students to practice during PE or as a leisure activity.
Children will have fun during this game of muscle building and whole body awareness!
Introduce children to sports with this adapted game of the popular Goalball sport!
Use this activity for practice of finding similarities among objects and exact matches!
Students practice following one-step instructions and concept development within their environment.
Teach the concepts of shapes while students learn to discriminate between lines, curves and corners.
Real objects often have more meaning and therefore are more helpful in promoting executive function.