I’ve been wanting to review the fidget spinner and fidget cube for a while now. Here’s my take on how these tools might hinder or help adults and children who need help sitting still. Here are the links
The question is inevitable. When the question comes might depend on your child’s abilities, your socioeconomic status, or the educational facilities available to you nearby. It might depend on your lifestyle, whether you’re a traveling military family, or the type
Everyone remembers that kid in class who made weird noises to annoy the teacher. “And now we’re going to review the Pythagorean Theorem…” “Beedew, beedew, beedew!” *Annoyed look at Johnny* “…which we learned about last week.” *Thump, thump, thump* “Johnny, that
There’s something I need to clarify before we get started, and that’s what the phrase, “special education” truly means. You see, when someone hears that his or her child might need special education, it’s easy to automatically assume the worst.