so as you my readers all know, I work on friday afternoons with children, in a preschool for kids with special needs.
well its the start of a brand new month, that means me and the other preschool teacher are getting ready to do some new activities with the children.
Each month has a different theme to it, set out by the curriculum that the preschool follows. This month, the theme is growth.
So what I am asking you guys is…
have you got any ideas for activities I can do with the children related to growth? Take into consideration that these kids are between ages 2-5 with most of them being between 2-4 and they have a lot of different issues ranging from sensory issues, to downs syndrome etc.
as an example, the other preschool teacher has already done something with the older age group about the body, and next friday afternoon we will be planting beans with the kids I work with.
so any ideas guys? anyone want to go look on pinterist to help me out?
I’d really appreciate it.
so growth, activities surrounding that theme?
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