276 Carlaw Ave #200
This program is part of a series of programs to bridge the gap between IBI programs and the Standardized Educational System. The book can be used at home, in the educational system and part of a specialized program. It is not limited to children with special needs but it designed and written in such a way to include this population.
The drawing program was designed to help the child learn how to hold a pencil, learn shapes, trace, and learn to draw simple pictures in a step by step easy to follow instructions. These skills are aligned with the educational curriculum and IBI programs. Programs include visual steps to include the special needs child. Shape flash cards can be used to reinforce learning shapes for those children who require additional support.
Shape Flash Card, Data Sheets, Task Analysis Sheets, Token Boards, How To Hold A Pencil, can be used to assist students who require additional supports.
Able2learn wants all children to learn skills in a fun and engaging environment. Use the program at home or in a school environment. These sheets can be used in a IBI program to generalize skills learned.
Please share us on social media to let others know about our resources. Leave a comment, and write a blog about how it helped your student. Share your knowledge.