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Whew, thats it for week 2. She mixed the ingredients then sprinkled them out onto a paper towel to dry, which took less than 1 hour. Yes, it was a little chaotic but lots of fun!
Then we counted out 2 google eyes and glued them to our worm. We cut brown yarn into small pieces. We strung Big Blue Beads. Each student pushed their Ball to knock down the Bottles—-then counted how many they knocked down. It was fun to watch our students pick out their favorites. Our students really enjoyed the varied colors of the beans. 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.
September | | Group by Group
Our students really enjoy the post-its. We started with Bowling. Our students had so much fun trying to match the sounds they heard on the Computer. Peeling off the stickers works on developing a pincer grasp.
Then the students voted on what color to make the oobleck. We then put chenille stems through the holes, working on eye hand coordination. Repeat for each desired color. Joy added a couple of teaspoons of rubbing alcohol, some drops of food coloring and a cup of rice into a ziplock bag.
Our student with a visual impairment glued silk leaves onto his paper. And finally, we Counted all the C words that we wrote on our post its! Alphabet Group—letter B We started with Bowling. Peeling of the stickers was great for facilitating a pincer grasp. Placing the sticker on the students thumb was a way to adapt the activity for those students with increased muscle tone.
She substituted apple juice for the water called for in the recipe. After drying their hands, we rubbed them with some of the Country Apple lotion so our students could smell yummy all day and help remind them of the lesson.
Many of our students used our adaptive table top scissors to do this. I Am Ready For School. Our students who are able to tolerate oral tastings got to try some applesauce with caramel syrup—-a mini caramel apple!
Wow, another week gone by! The scent was a little light but the red food coloring made it very cafabook catching. Then we all sat down for a crunchy apple snack! We learned about shapes and the concept of soft. We used the chenille stems to hook the beard around our ears.
The students then glued on cotton balls. We rolled it out into long snakes, working on graded fine motor control. It was a nice effect and we had some students who rarely engage become very participatory with the rice. Next, our students Decided how many bones to feed the Dog. We used our home made playdough again. The repetitive line in this book is also the title of this book.
On Thursday we continued our Fall theme. The finished product——-Ta Da! We borrowed a fantastic hat from Brenda, our music teacher. We joined the ends to make a Donut. We also try to give them opportunities to identify some of the carabool.
They were pretty goofy and a lot of fun! We opened the bag to make it a Container. We counted how many votes each color received.
We used Country Apple body wash from Bath and Body works to give our water an apple scent and then put in some realistic plastic apples. This week our themes were Red, White and Blue for our sensory group, Symbols of our Country for the fine motor group. You can usually ask a who, what, when, where, or why question to go along with the repetitive line.
We recorded the sounds of an apple falling from a tree and someone crunching an apple on one of our sequencers.