All children require nurturing and stimulating learning environments, but typical early childhood classrooms should be modified for children with special needs. The Inclusive Early Childhood Classroom is written to help teachers look at classroom design in a new way and suggests different ways of approaching activities to help children with special needs become successful. By modifying the classroom and activities, all children will be actively engaged. Each chapter focuses on either a learning center, such as art or science, or a time of the day, such as snack time or dismissal, with particular attention to the needs of children who are developmentally delayed, orthopedically impaired, have autism/Pervasive Development Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, behavioral issues, motor planning problems, or visual impairments. - See more at: https://www.gryphonhouse.com/books/details/the_inclusive_early_childhood_classroom#sthash.NdJhVAWX.dpuf
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Patti Gould (Author)
Patti Gould is an occupational therapist who works with children from birth to 3 years old as an early intervention occupational therapist. She has worked as a clinical and consulting occupational therapist in public schools and childcare centers....