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Mystic Drumz at the #GreaterSudbury #PublicLibrary #GSPLibrary for the #TDSRC

Mystic Drumz at the for the

Explore the forest using your 5 senses. Great nature activity for children from Mommy Loves Trees. #outdoorfamilies

20 Ways to Explore the Forest Using Your 5 Senses

Explore the forest (or bush) using your 5 senses. Great nature activity for children from Mommy Loves Trees.

Sub Binder - Puts my 'Sub Folder' to shame!

My Organized Chaotic Classroom: Sub Binder. Although Sub Binders are typically geared more toward primary school, they can be adapted for high school classrooms.

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נפרדים משושנ׳ס

Mid Century enthusiast Jenn Ski wasn't fulled settled on having the traditional straight and narrow front walkway. Instead she turned to decades past for inspiration when it came to pouring her own circular pathway.

The Makings Of A Mid Century Modern Path

circles too large but would like with smaller ones. Maybe as a dog run path. Large and small mod look concrete circle stepping stones for the backyard

Mini Pan Am Games, Canadian Flag Hand Prints and fun at Sylvan Lake Library's weekly TD Summer Reading Program. #TDSRC

Mini Pan Am Games, Canadian Flag Hand Prints and fun at Sylvan Lake Library's weekly TD Summer Reading Program.

A tactile braille alphabet board!

A tactile braille alphabet board! Great for school age children and toddlers. This sensory bullet board idea never gets old.

Magazine-a periodical publication containing articles and illustrations, typically covering a particular subject or area of interest.

Magazine-a periodical publication containing articles and illustrations, typically covering a particular subject or area of interest.

3 great tools for a child with CVI  and other blind kids Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg/ for more resources for children with CVI and blindness

The "Big 3 Tool Kit" for Children with CVI: PLUS the 20 Best CVI-Friendly iPad Apps

Jan van Dijk :: Child Guided Assessment, Introduction - In this first series of webcasts, Dr. Jan van Dijk of the Netherlands shares his expertise related to Child-Guided Assessment. Dr. van Dijk has over 50 years of experience working with students with deafblindness. He discovered long ago that typical assessment methods are not successful for these individuals. The child-guided approach is recognized and used throughout the world.

Perkins Webcasts: In this first series of webcasts, Dr. Jan van Dijk of the Netherlands shares his expertise related to Child-Guided Assessment.

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