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!
Day 1: Sensory Bins
Day 2: Flannel Boards
Day 3: Painting
Day 4: Musical Experiences
Day 5: Drawing Tips
Day 6: Sharing Stories
Day 7: In the Kitchen
Day 8: Pretend Play
Day 9: Outdoor Play
Day 10: Alternatives to Worksheets
Day 11: Playdough Tips
Day 12: Yarn Play
Day 13: Easing into Group Activities
Day 14: Movement Activities
Day 15: Toy Suggestions
Day 16: Furniture/ Equipment
Day 17: Problem Solving
Day 18: Numeracy
Day 19: Cutting and Pasting
Day 20: Shapes, Colors
Day 21: Handwriting
Day 22: Writing Tips
Day 23: Literacy
Day 24: Science
Day 25: Social Studies
Day 26: Technology
Day 27: Books
Day 28: Celebrating the Holidays
Day 29: Organizing
Day 30: Final Thoughts: How to use Pinterest
Day 31: Giveaway (Giveaway expired. Page removed)
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