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trying to create something great from very little

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by purplepixie, May 9, 2011.

  1. purplepixie

    purplepixie New commenter

    What sorts of activities do you want? Focus, ability range etc?
     
  2. Hi katebell83
    Teachers have uploaded lots of SEN resources to TES Resources which might give you a bit of inspiration.
    Check them out - SEN resources
    Good luck
    Gail
     
  3. it does all depend on the ability of the adults, the support you have for delivering the activities the rooms etc..
    If they are quite able...
    An interesting idea I heard about was a day centre who took on a paper round. - This involved putting inserts into newspapers and as a team delivering the papers
    You could do ( I have linked to some ideas on my blog Teaching students with learning difficulties)
    Drama and music
    whats in the news
    cooking
    Use the computers
    self advocacy,
    creative art
    photography
    animation and film making
    story telling,
    run a cafe, or a plant stall
    learn makaton
     

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