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School Signs Review

School Signs Review

A review of seven Lámh signs for school for the new term 2020. I wanted to write to you to wish you the best of luck going back to school today.You, all teachers, SNAs, preschool teachers and...

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Communication Passport

Communication Passport

One of the main questions for parents of children with disabilities over the last two months has been "What would happen if I became sick? Who would look after my child/children?" This is a concern...

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Super Simple Playdough Recipe

Super Simple Playdough Recipe

This week I want to share a quick recipe to make homemade playdough. I use a super simple recipe, so you probably already have all the ingredients you need for it in the house. You can just make...

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Where’s Spot

Where’s Spot

I'm going to read a book for you! I read books for my own children all the time and I am sure you do too. Books are great for engaging all kids especially at this time when we find ourselves indoors...

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First And Next Boards

First And Next Boards

First and next boards are very simple schedules that we use to help children with autism. They can also be of benefit to any child or student who finds it difficult to transition from one activity...

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The Colour Song

The Colour Song

On my blog this week, I'll be sharing a song with you! I am certainly not a good singer, but I do sing all the time for my students and I am sure you do too - particularly to the younger ones. The...

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The Myth Of Educational Toys

The Myth Of Educational Toys

During the early days of my career as a visiting teacher, I began to build my collection of toys from specialised catalogues. I was sure that I needed lots of these toys for my students with special...

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