31 Days of Pinterest Hacks
For families, educators, and clinicians working with disabled, chronically ill, and neurodivergent learners.
Welcome to 31 Days of Pinterest Hacks!
If you’re like me, you probably spend hours perusing Pinterest to find a ton of ideas. Only, you might find yourself pinning and never going back because the activity is just not doable for a disabled or neurodivergent child.
I’ve been there.
In this series, I share adaptations/modifications for activities commonly found on Pinterest.
Develop the habit of asking the right
questions when viewing an inspiration board.
Don’t just pin the ideas. Do something about them!
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