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Elizabeth is taking a health and fitness class this semester at college (she is in the college program for those with special needs).  She really likes this class, I think because it is relate-able.  The information is very applicable to everyday life as well as the fact that they get to exercise for some of each class time.

She told me that one of her measurable goals (something that they worked on) is to lift Read the rest of this entry »

Today we wanted to share this post from special ed teacher Mandy at A Special Kind Of Class, as we believe Non-Slip Liners are a must have among back-to-school supplies! Read the original post here.

5 uses for non slip liners

Non slip mats are an essential part of a special education class that has children with physical disabilities and low tone or poor fine motor skills.

  1. For children with low tone, they often have trouble staying in their seat. These are the kids that keep sliding out. A little square on the seat under their bum helps them stay put.
  2. A little square under bowls and plates, stops them for sliding around the table while children are trying to eat.
  3. We roll up a small piece around a pencil to make a pencil grip. You can make it as thick as you want. The texture gives feedback to those who need it.
  4. Putting a piece under toys and games will help them stay put while children are using them.
  5. The last tip I have for you is to use it with technology. I keeps the laptops and tablets on the table and off the floor.

Related product: Non-Slip 8″ x 6’6″ Reel

Non-slip reel - Special Needs Essentials Non-slip reel to cut - Special Needs Essentials
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