We Don't Talk About Inclusivity in Our House

Yep, that’s right. We don’t talk about inclusivity in our house.

 Instead, we practice it.

 Inclusion can be such a buzz word in today’s society. We have such high expectations of inclusion to happen in our classrooms, and many criticize how and when it takes place. However, underneath all of this, we seem to have forgotten to practice inclusion at home.

 Maybe you have thought “of course we are inclusive”. But are you? What does an inclusive home look like?

 In our home all are welcome. Yep, that means the kids who are aggressive, the child who has meltdowns, the impulsive friend who can use bad language, the child with a diagnosis, and the child without one. In our house, we invite everyone to play. Oh, and birthday parties of kids we don’t know well. We go to those too. In our house, we make connections with as many kids as we can for playdates and parties. Our kids aren’t perfect and we don’t believe in only...

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The Ultimate Gift Guide For Sensory Processing and Behavior Needs

Are you interested in purchasing gifts this year that are fun and also promote brain and body development? Look no further! We have put together the ultimate gift guide for all of your sensory processing and behavior needs. All images are linked, so download, click, and shop! 


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We Must Stop Taking Away Recess

 

I hear it SO often.

 “He didn’t finish his work, so he had to stay in at recess”

“She couldn’t keep her hands to herself, so she lost recess”

“He kept talking during the lesson, so he sat inside during recess”

I must ask WHY are we still taking away recess when we have countless studies that show how important it is? Why is it used as a punishment at all? Recess is not a privilege; it is the foundation of learning.

Recess is not “free time” it is vital to the development of the brain and social skills.

 

We have so many studies that have shown how recess is connected to increased academic scores, improved social skills, and improved self-regulation. Parents and educators everywhere understand how vital these three skills are for school success. So WHY are we still making this same mistake in classrooms across the country?

 Movement of the body is the foundation for neurological development.

This development...

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