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A child’s way of learning is in the form of play. It may look different with every child, but all children encounter the opportunity for motor and sensory development! Kids are often activating a bundle of skills just by using their sense of space and body.
Down for Dance (DFD) is a nonprofit organization and dance program for individuals with Down syndrome – along with other physical and intellectual disabilities. Get your day moving and express yourself with their great hip hop warm-up!
Inclusion Matters by Shane’s Inspiration creates inclusive playgrounds and educational programs for children of ALL abilities. We then support children on how to meaningfully connect with one another and be a good buddy. Our B.U.D.D.Y. poster provides 5 tips!
Virtuoso violinist Niv Ashkenazi has captivated audiences with his heartfelt musicianship and emotional performances. As a member of our Professional Advisory Board, Niv shares his thoughts on the importance of music for kids of all abilities and ages.
Play can help children develop their imagination. When they pretend and imagine things, they’re becoming creative thinkers. That’s a great tool for problem-solving in school and in life. Imagination can also help children with reading comprehension.
Slime is so much fun to play with. It’s squishy, slimy, and super-sensory! Slime is also science, so introduce slime as a play activity and sneak in a chemistry lesson, too. This is a great hands-on experiment that lets kids be messy. And kids love messy!
Memorial Day typically marks the opening of public pools. However, with social distancing in effect, pools remain closed. So, we have some tips for water play! From backyard water games to indoor water activities, your kids can still have some summer fun!
CSUN Music Therapist, Judy Langdon is our special guest and leads the music! Our Teens for Social Inclusion (#T4SI) read the book, “Giraffes Can’t Dance” by Giles Andreae & Guy Parker-Rees.
See how you can create a more inclusive play space at your school. Meet our experts as we explore inclusive playground design 101 on school campuses and more!