Archive for October, 2010

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Q&A: Sensational Homeschooling: Weaving in a Sensory Diet

Article originally posted on Pediastaff 10/2010 What do you suggest for setting up a sensory homeschool environment? Creativity and Flexibility are the keys to successful homeschooling. Not all families have an extra room to devote to a sensory room or can even designate a specific room as the classroom. However, sensory stations are very important […]

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Climb, Swing, Snuggle: Reading Readiness Involves the Whole Body
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Climb, Swing, Snuggle: Reading Readiness Involves the Whole Body

Today’s children sit more than ever. Babies spend countless hours confined in car seats and carriers rather than crawling, toddling, or being carried. As they get older, their days are often heavily scheduled between educational activities and organized events. Most children today have twenty-five percent less time for free play than they did a generation […]

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Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, Her words, podcast
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Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, Her words, podcast

Perception is not just clear precise vision, it is the processing of what you see, what you make of something based on experience and context.  Not everyone sees the same thing the same way, even processes information the same way. I have something in common with Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, founder of the Sensory Processing […]

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Bill Nye talking about your child’s Eyes
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Bill Nye talking about your child’s Eyes

23% of kids in a classroom can have a problem. Dr. Earley and Bill Nye talk about getting kids not only screened for vision acuity, but also a more in-depth vision and seeing appointment with a specialist.  Of those 25%, many will be misdiagnosed with the wrong disorder, and the rest will just be labeled […]

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