Using Food Crafts for Math Concepts

Researchers are now telling us what we already intuitively knew.  Namely, that children who have difficulties with spatial concepts are far more likely to have challenges in math than their peers. Building geometric shapes with grapes and toothpicks has been a favorite way to have children grasp concepts of trajectories, alignment, bottom-up models of construction, and many other visual-spatial concepts. It’s also fun!


Processing touch sensations…

Tactile processing is  the ability to detect and interpret touch sensations arising from the skin, muscles and joints.  This is a key component of body scheme, the cognitive awareness of the organization of  body parts. This is one of the largely “hidden”  senses we use in daily living skills when touch, rather than vision is used to guide our actions.  Skills such as oral

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Pet Rest

There’s an interesting use for what he’s building…