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Read about drama and role play as an intervention in an educational setting. Role playing enables children to express themselves and understand their behavior
Here are expert ideas from a child psychologist for helping your preschooler play with others.
Read about adaptations and interventions that can be made to help the disabled child experience a broad range of play activities.
Describes ways in which teachers can make social studies curriculum more accessible for students with learning disabilities.
Everyone knows that listening to music can help young minds grow, but recent studies show the act of playing music can actually improve your child's academics.
Describes the term 'exceptional children' and differentiates children with: learning and/or behavior problems, physical disabilities, and gifted children.
Discusses a variety of environmental variables that place young children at risk for antisocial behavior including poverty, parental unemployment, and more.
Identifies common characteristics seen in LD children and provides strategies to adapt instruction to meet the student's needs.  Highlights ADHD.
The bullying of disabled children isn't always malicious; instead, it shows a lack of understanding. Help end bullying in the classroom with these tips.
An overview of strategies for teaching social studies to students with disabilities.
The article discusses the purposes and importance of play in early childhood.  Play can enhance and support the development of children in various ways.
Listed patterns of behavior of children with emotional and behavioral disorders that depart significantly from the expectations of others.
Find out six reasons why a child might have a learning disability.
Spontaneous and independent use of commercial toys is not possible for many children with cerebral palsy.  Suggested six ways on how to make the toy easier to
These classroom strategies will help kids with learning disabilities achieve success.
This article outlines the benefits of and warnings about allowing your children to play online video games. It provides great quick tips on how to handle and
Summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of home-based, center-based, and home-center service models to educate young children with special needs.
Although suicide is much less common in children than in the general population, it is on the rise and should be better understood.
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