The full-day kindergarteners will spend their school days in updated learning centers that provide for increased social-emotional learning and developmentally appropriate play opportunities. The “play zones” allow for movement, exploration and collaborative learning.
A sensory diet is an individualized gross and fine motor plan for preschool students. The plans are designed by physical therapists and occupational therapists and put in place by the Special Education teachers to help students reach their motor goals at a faster pace.
These are tools for the younger elementary school students to help them learn how to adaptively cope with intense feelings. They provide a therapeutic environment to avoid maladaptive behavior and de-escalate emotionally charged situations.
1st grade students use the ‘A Little Spot Social Emotional Learning Kit’ to explore and gain knowledge for how to better regulate their emotions. The students learn to express their emotions and feelings as they navigate the day.
These materials will be utilized to help foster student emotional well-being and prosocial behaviors necessary for academic and lifelong success in both individual and group sessions.