Early Childhood Special Needs
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Early Childhood Special Needs Resource Page
- Meet Your Teacher
Hello my name is Miss Holly. This is my first year here at Spencer as the Early Childhood Special Needs teacher. I previously worked at Bright Horizons for the last 10 years. I have a 14 year old son that is very active in sports and keeps me very busy. I’m so excited to start this school year!
Book: Pete the Cat
Movie: Forrest Gump
Drink: Green Tea
Phone Number: 715-659-4642 Ext. 147
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- Special Needs Book Review
This website aims to provide parents and educators of special needs children an invaluable resource where they can read, search, comment and buy books that can directly benefit them and others.
- Intervention Central
This is a popular website with free intervention and assessment resources for educators in grades K-12. With many school districts across the nation now facing serious budget constraints, [the] goal is to make Intervention Central the top website for high quality RTI resources available at no cost—including articles on effective academic and behavioral intervention practices and interactive tools to create assessment and other materials.”
- Adapting for Autism
This page has many resources for children with Autism.
- ABC mouse
This website includes educational games in many different areas.
This website includes educational games for children of all ages.
- Go Noodle
This website has videos for children to get there wiggles out. It includes silly songs, yoga, and dance videos.