I love this blog! Keep up the wonderful posts.
I love this blog and all the people who post on it!! I wish there was a way to post things and get others thoughts. I'm not a blogger but I'd love to get some other teachers thoughts on issues with students.
Jamie, you are welcome to post them on my Facebook page if you would like...or send them to me and I'll "de-identify" them for confidentiality. I know my fans love to share ideas! https://www.facebook.com/autismclassroomnews
We can also accept messages on the Special Sparkle Facebook page and I can post them for others to read and comment with ideas. What a great idea Jamie!
My favorite way to give during Christmas season is by buying gifts for children that are less fortunate. I also like giving to local charities. We have a charity called Heart 2 Hand. Our county comes together to donate food for families over Christmas break that may struggle to keep groceries in their home. It really is true that it is better to give than to receive. I hope each one of you has a Merry Christmas! Teaching with TLC, TashaA Tender Teacher for Special Needs
Adopting an angel from my school district
We usually give to our area church and the local fund for kids Christmas email@example.com
I always "adopt" 1-2 kids from the Angel Tree at church. I don't have children of my own, but love buying presents for them!! I try to get kids in the same family so no one feels left out at Christmas!
I like to donate to any fund I com across at a check stand. Each store seems to have a different one so we get a variety of donation forms in. KaylaRooting for Third Gradecrei9070@vandals.uidaho.edu
I donate food at school for families in our area.
My favourite way to give is get my students to make presents for their parents. This year I found recordable photo albums so all my students will be making various sentences up about things we have done this year and we will record their voices.
I'm so happy you started this blog. It's so nice to have a place to go for special education and find so many useful tools.
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by giving them personalized, handmade holiday cards with special treats. :)
I sing with a Christmas caroling group, and this week someone got out of her car to give us all a hug and tell us she didn't have any Christmas cheer, and we just gave it to her. Totally mademe smile