Special Days in December

Did you know?December 1 Eat a Red Apple DayDecember 3 National Roof over Your Head DayDecember 4 Santa’s List Day AND Wear Brown Shoes DayDecember 5 Bathtub Party Day December 6 Mitten Tree Day AND Put on your own Shoes Day AND St. Nicholas DayDecember 7 Letter Writing Day AND Pearl Harbor Day December 9... Continue Reading →

Special Days in November

November's just around the corner! Here are some wacky and crazy (and not so crazy) holidays during the month of November:November 1- All Saint’s Day November 2- Look for Circles Day and Deviled Egg Day November 3- Housewife’s Day and Sandwich DayNovember 4- King Tut Day November 6- Marooned without a Compass Day and Saxophone... Continue Reading →

September Activities

Every month for my regular job, I put together an activity "newsletter." It's centered around information to create positive, educational, and beneficial activities for adults with developmental disabilities...but it's fun for anyone to read, and all of these ideas could be used in the classroom, the home, or many other places! I've been meaning to... Continue Reading →

September’s Fun and Crazy Days

September's Fun and Crazy DaysSeptember 3 Skyscraper Day September 4 Newspaper Carrier DaySeptember 5 Be Late for Something Day & Cheese Pizza DaySeptember 6 Fight Procrastination Day & Read a Book DaySeptember 7 Labor Day & Neither Rain nor Snow DaySeptember 8 International Literacy Day & Pardon DaySeptember 9 Teddy Bear DaySeptember 10 Sewing Machine... Continue Reading →

A Google Doodle

Each year, the Google company (best known for their online search engine) hosts a “Doodle for Google” contest where school aged children and teens are asked to submit artwork featuring the word “google” based on a particular theme. This year’s theme is “What I Wish for the World” and boy, did they have some great... Continue Reading →

Sensory Walks

Taking walks is a common past time for families, individuals, and groups. It is something that is often used as an activity for day cares, school groups, and other goal oriented groups like people with developmental disabilties or people trying to lose weight. So often, the activities involved in walking involve only that--walking. Why not... Continue Reading →

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