A warm welcome to our new toy. It can give us a hand improving fine motor skills and visual-spatial processing in children. We also talk about shapes which expand deaf children’s vocabulary.
Today I worked with a lovely six-year-old boy who uses CI. I have some plans for his hyperactivity, attention disorder, impulsiveness, cognitive skills and fine motor skills.
At first, I encouraged him to draw several circles in order to make animals home. Green circles and blue (for sea animals). We worked on animals’ names and classified them. He paid attention to sizes of circles and animals. This game improves visual scanning skills as well.
Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.
Carl Gustav Jung
There is no one size fits all approach to correct children.
when my four-year-old Masoumeh entered the room she gave me this piece of paper. Her mom told me she had written this letter for me. “what is this?” I asked as I hugged her. “I made it with a pen,” she said. “What did you write?” I asked her again. “Don’t know,” she said… I’m pretty sure it is the most lovely letter I’ve ever received in my life