My students need 2 room dividers to help block visual distractions during small group and 1:1 teacher directed centers.
This project expired on January 17, 2013.
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Did you ever have a difficult time concentrating because of distractions in the environment? Do you ever want to block all noise and visual distractions in order to concentrate and to complete a task?
My preschool students are energetic children with autism, 3 to 5 years old.
They are easily distracted and benefit from early childhood intervention that teaches them how to participate and engage in age appropriate activities. The school is a title one school and is greatly affected by the budget cuts. The parents are great parents and I enjoy working and collaborating with them.
Exploring, looking, touching, experimenting are typical activities that every child wants to do all day long. Providing activities without accommodation does not do it for my little ones. They need appropriate intervention and a great deal of accommodations. Children with autism greatly benefit from early intervention that is well designed to meet their unique learning abilities. My hope is to set up learning centers and use the room dividers to create a learning environment that is free of visual distractions.
By donating to my project you are helping my students with autism to stay focused and engage in age appropriate activities.
With your help my students will be able to complete activities that will unquestionably enhance their first experiences in preschool. Your donations to complete this project are greatly appreciated! hide
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