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Have you gotten your tickets to The North Shore Baby Bash yet? These Create-Your-Own Monster Kits are one of many things you will find in your expo gift bag!
This would also make a great Halloween party favor. Would anyone be interested me turning this into a free download with a supply list so you could assemble your own? ... See MoreSee Less
Do you ever have one of those days where you think to yourself, "If I could just get the ball rolling, I would be able to get so much more done."?
Enter BEHAVIORAL MOMENTUM. The idea behind this concept is that you build momentum by introducing 3-5 easy (low/no effort) tasks before presenting a harder (but necessary) target request.
For children who struggle with compliance, behavioral momentum is essential. It allows them to be successful and contact positive reinforcement multiple times before encountering a less-preferred demand.
Check out the infographic below for more information! ... See MoreSee Less
Does your child or student benefit from repetition, or are they typically more successful when work activities look “fun”?
If the answer to those questions is YES, then interactive books are just the thing you need!
An interactive book is a great way to teach and practice basic skills. These books feature 16 pre-academic and fine-motor tasks. Use interactive books to keep your children or students actively engaged in work through the use of a creative theme and a structured set of activities.
There are currently three fall-themed books in the series; however, there are an additional TWELVE books in the works. The books will be released gradually throughout the year and will align with the seasons and common themes found in schools.
I wrote a blog post all about this new resource and even included a time-lapse video of it in action. Head over to biasbehavioral.com and click on Blog (to read more) or Store (to purchase the digital product.) More links in the comments. ... See MoreSee Less