Students go for a buggy ride. Each of them have a chance to be a rider and a horse. They need to tell their "horse" when to begin pulling by saying "giddy-up." students work together and use appropriate social skills
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Physical Education for Pupils with Autism
Teachers will find this resource helpful in addressing sensory issues and communication (visual and verbal) when it comes to implementing a good quality PE experience for those with an autistic spectrum disorder. The resource provides...
K - 12th Physical Education
Developing Coordination Skills and Pencil Control Using Mouse Hockey
Young scholars explore motor skills by participating in a drawing activity. In this hand coordination lesson, students utilize activity sheets in which they drag their pencil in a specific direction quickly and efficiently. Young...
Pre-K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts
Lessons for Young Children with Autism
Here are a variety of lessons geared for young children with Autism. There are 12 short activities intended to build attention, imitation, communication, independent living, social, motor, and literacy skills. Each skill is geared toward...
K English Language Arts
Summer Health Activity: Challenging Courses
Students invent outdoor activities. In this early childhood lesson plan, students practice cooperation and large motor skills while they engage in and invent a variety of organized outdoor play activities. The activities encourage...
Pre-K - K Physical Education