Hi! Welcome to my page! I am honored to be here at Legacy! I have been a Frenship Tiger since 2005! I spent the first four years as a paraprofessional in Life Skills and upon receiving my Masters in Special Education, have been teaching ever since!
Please keep checking my page! I will add great resources for sensory strategies, community resources, and strategies for our students.
735- 8 Partial Conference and preparing for the day.
8-830 RLA group 1
835 - 9 Partial Conference and preparing for the day.
9- 12 RLA groups
12 -1230 Staff Lunch
12:45- 1:15 4th Grade Lunch Duty
1:30 -3:00 RLA groups
3:10 - Help with dismissal
Sensory Solutions and Support
- In this video Dr. Temple Grandin answers a mom's question about sensory sensitivities and strategies to use at home.
- A short video of easy, cost-free activities kids (and even adults) can do at home that provide opportunities for different types of sensory input. Who would've thought that helping out around the house could have dual benefits (for both kids and adults)!
- These fine motor and gross motor activities help to develop your child's hand eye coordination, strength, balance, motor planning and more. Check out these fun activities that are easy to set up and clean up.
- Try this simple motor planning and gross motor activity using pool noodles
For community resources for families and children with disabilities please check the Burkhart Resource Guide!