At-Home Learning Tips
Make Adjustments for Those With Special Needs
As any parent or caregiver knows, disruptions to a routine are hard on a child, and they’re especially difficult for children with Autism or special needs. Thankfully, you know your child, you know their routine, and you know how to best support them. We asked experts how else parents can support their children and one tip they had was for parents to create a pseudo-structure that mirrors their normal routines and to keep “active times” the same, moving with your child’s rhythm. See how else you can support your child here.
Friday on Arizona PBS
|5:00 a.m.||Xavier Riddle and The Secret Museum: We are the Wright Brothers/ We are the Bronte Sisters|
|5:30 a.m.||CyberChase: Find Those Gleamers!|
|6:00 a.m.||SciGirls: Mejorando Procesos/Process Power|
INTERACTIVE LESSON: Music!
Enjoy this music-making storybook lesson with a very musical kindergartner named Violet. Practice retelling a story using characters, setting and key details. Vote for your favorite musical videos and make your own instruments at home!
VIDEO: When Carl Met George
Meet Carl, George’s new friend who knows all kinds of cool facts about trains and lots of things! He behaves a little differently because he has Asperger’s syndrome.
ARTICLE: Turn to the Arts to Boost Self-Esteem
Did you know that activities, especially arts-related activities, are important for so much more than just keeping your child busy? They’ve been proven to boost a child’s self-image.