A common question that I get asked is where can parents get toys like mine for their children. I’m not actively looking for specific toys, I just casually browse where ever I am to see what they have. If I find something, great! If not, next time. If I am looking for something specific, I can usually find it on Amazon. I don’t purchase my supplies from a catalogue or a teacher’s store, as those can be very expensive. Here’s a list of places where I find my supplies:
- TJ Maxx
I’ve been gone for quite some time. Last semester I was working on my thesis which took up a lot of my time. But it’s over now. I passed all of my classes and I’m ready to graduate next month!! I’ve also finished my supervision hours for my BCBA. It has been a really long journey for me and I’m overwhelmed that it has finally come to an end. I plan to study for my board exam this summer and take the exam in October. After that, I’ll probably open my own practice.
I plan to get more organized this summer and start posting a lot more on social media. I’ll post pictures from graduation in a couple of weeks!
A great little activity to teach something new while getting sensorial needs met. At this age, they are able to clean up their mess. So don’t be afraid to make them work!
I love this simple activity. Planting flowers is great for hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. You can also throw in some language skills by asking/labeling the color of each flower. If the child is verbal and more advance, ask some wh-questions like “What do you do with flowers?” or “Where do you find flowers?” You can also do some pretend play and “smell” the flowers. It’s about keeping them engaged.