Occupational Therapy: Spin Art!


Occupational Therapy: Spin Art! August 14, 2019 Our occupational therapist Emily consulted in our classroom today. Our students made some awesome art using a spinner and some paint. This is an awesome exercise to increase the student's fine motor skills and it is just flat out fun! 😁

Occupational Therapy: Spin Art!2020-08-04T19:41:02-07:00

Social Skills Session: Coping Skills


Social Skills Session: Coping Skills July 30, 2019 Our Social Skills Teacher Ms. Melissa continues to provide her weekly social skills lessons. This Monday she focused on coping strategies that the kids can use when they feel angry or frustrated. Our students learned about taking

Social Skills Session: Coping Skills2020-08-04T19:20:33-07:00

First Field Trip of 2019-Tanaka Farms


First Field Trip of 2019-Tanaka Farms July 5, 2019 Last Friday Mr. Sam, his students and their parents visited Tanaka Farms in Irvine. We visited the chicken coop, petted the chickens and inspected the chicken’s fresh eggs! We then boarded the tractor for the ride around

First Field Trip of 2019-Tanaka Farms2020-08-04T19:44:05-07:00

Social Skills Practice


Social Skills Practice June 2, 2019 Social-emotional development is a core focus for our classroom. Knowledge and application of social skills are infused all  day long within both academic and social activities and Mr. Sam and Karlie pull from a number of social skills curricula and books. Beginning in

Social Skills Practice2020-08-04T18:32:57-07:00

Gamification in Kindergarten


Gamification in Kindergarten May 31, 2019 I am sure you have all heard the complaining about gamification of just about everything! Gamification basically refers to applying the concept of a game (i.e., rules and winning) to activities that generally do not include gaming elements, such as shopping, weight loss,

Gamification in Kindergarten2020-08-06T00:24:37-07:00
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