6 Teaching Tips for Kids with Mild Intellectual Disabilities

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6. Open Up Opportunities to Develop Social Skills

Some kids with mild intellectual disabilities may have great social skills, and others may have trouble interacting with people in social settings.

Students with mild intellectual disabilities often spend a large part of the day in segregated classrooms with other students with disabilities. Have your child placed in the general classroom with age-appropriate peers as much as possible in order to provide him more opportunities to socialize.