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Idea #3: Teach collaborative art

One adaptation that inspires both creativity and peer connection is collaborative artwork. Murals, quilts, and large-scale paintings can all be done collaboratively, but so can smaller pieces. As an on-the-spot adaptation, this preschool teacher had her students pass their pictures around the table and asked each child to add something new to each picture.

One student with autism could not draw with markers or crayons, but she...

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Idea #2: See the math

So many of the students I meet are visual learners and profit from teaching tools that can both “show and tell”. In From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks, we share ideas for teaching measurement, estimation, quantity, and distances using visuals. One of these ideas is to use tape to illustrate the length of common measurement like a yard.

Right next to this measurement you can add (using a different color of tape) a length of tape to represent a meter. This can be left on the floor for an entire...

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