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Educational Toys For Children With Special Needs

educational toys for children with special needs
    educational toys
  • Educational toys, are typically built for and used by children. One could make the argument that an educational toy is actually any toy. Most children are constantly interacting with and learning about the world.
    special needs
  • (in the context of children at school) Particular educational requirements resulting from learning difficulties, physical disability, or emotional and behavioral difficulties
  • Special education is the education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students' individual differences and needs.
  • Special Needs is a dark comedy/satire about three reality TV producers creating show about people with physical and mental disabilities. The film was written and directed by Isaak James.
  • In the USA, Special needs is a term used in clinical diagnostic and functional development to describe Individuals who require assistance for disabilities that may be medical, mental, or psychological.
    for children
  • For Children (Hungarian: A Gyermekeknek) is a cycle of short piano pieces composed by Bela Bartok. The collection was originally written in 1908-11, and comprised 85 pieces which were issued in four volumes.

Genesis of a nature lover 1
Genesis of a nature lover 1
"You have camera, me want! Pointy finger demands you bring now!" This must be 1974 being read to by my Pa, small wonder I turned out a nature lover, being read nothing but books about animals. Hats off to the folks though, I could read properly aged 2 years old. I realise that was probably a bit precocious of me, but when I hear of people leaving school still unable to read, if they aint dysleksic (fair enough) you have to wonder what the hell the people all around them have been doing for 16 years! Read the kid a damn book you freaks! Your kid should be able to read before it goes to fuckin school, not 20 years after! What else have you got to do, get pissed , work yourself to death, watch soaps, be a yuppie? Get fuckin real! Do something real for your kids, make them read with you! Admittedly I wasnt into TV when very small , primarily because my eye frame rate is very fast indeed, still is, probably something to do with genes and a very premature birth indeed, and when I was about three all I could see in a tv was the pixels, and the electomagnic colour waves when you ran your finger over it, and up close the pixels changing colour. I still have to relax and slow down in my head not to see crt's and striplights flash. But when I could see the TV though, it was great because there was "SURVIVAL" narrated by leonard nemoy, I loved the marine episodes, but the advert breaks drove me insane, (advert breaks take a fucking eternity when your 3 or four ) god knows how kids manage with their concentration broken from subject every 10-15 minutes, no wonder people have concentration span issues. Personally I like to put a "life" dvd series on and watch it all in one go, (I've got one of those 48 hour attention spans ,lol - for god sake man get up have dinner and take a shit ,lol) ) then there was gerald durrell and dave attenboroughs stuff. I actually preferred that because I found bagpuss and the klangers totally unfathomable( well to be fair I understood them perfectly, but just couldn't see the fuckin point). Then there was johhny morris and animal magic (oooaaaawwww hello, I'm a puffin, lol), and you can moan about anthropomorphisation all you like, but when your five its fuckin great ;) , Terry nutkins, and tony soper, I was hooked, with only occassional forays into thunderbirds , and for some strange reason I thought jamie and the magic torch was the best theme tune ever. The dinosaur craze hit, and since there wasnt much in the way of actual dinosaurs on TV, godzilla shows, especially the ones screened as "creatures from another planet" in english translation were highlights of my day, as were the oddly rare episodes of "battle of the planets" which I believe the asians out there will know as the uncensored "space ninja gatchaman?" . I must have driven my parents mad for a good year transmuting and piloting the phoenix around the house. Princess was the hottest woman I'd ever seen, at least until I saw Sally James. So I like em lookin a bit slutty on occassion. That was not a popular crush of mine in a resoundingly middle class household lol. I think mum would have been much happier if I'd have fancied julie andrews or penelope keith. I remember the weird thing about going to school, aged four , mum got pulled into some sort of PTA meeting, with my dumbass teachers being concerned that I wouldnt read jack and jill books, "he might have reading problems", they said. Mum thankfully told them the truth, that frankly I was being a booksnob, in that I had already read the entire encyclopedia britannica, and was just getting into wilbur smith books, kipling, and tolkien and was reading durrel and attenborough books too, having already exhausted just aboutevery dinosaur book in print, and having memorised the latin names of er -all of them. She expressed to them it was probably a waste of time to get me to read out loud because I could speed read and would lose the other kids in about a minute flat, and that elecution lessons were a waste of time because I'd just start taking the piss in about 6 regional accents. I remeber there was a golden moment though, i'd had time life books with a different animal theme every month, and they were great, nice pictures everthing, a story of great litarature in the middle section from excerpts from "Jaws" to "the rhyme of the ancient mariner" , and my first awareness of the kontiki expedition, which I thought was magic. The biggest deal that decade was though, without word of a lie, that moment when my sister saved up and bought me the deluxe edition of "Life on earth". I had toys galore, but damn I loved that book. The dinosaurs, the images from all the wildlife specials on tv, it all tied up, and while evolution was a vague concept to me, it took hold, and it led to an epiphanous moment. I saw the commonalities and links in well, everything. The last ves
22/365 - Bokeh at work... (Explore #10)
22/365 - Bokeh at work...  (Explore #10)
I teach children with Special Educational Needs. This year most of my class have complex needs and we spend a lot of time in the sensory room, which they all love. Listening to music and responding to a range of lights, mirrors, toys and switches gives them a huge amount of pleasure and develops simple skills such as tracking an object move and controlling devices. All things we take for granted. I love the fibre optics in the UV area of the room, we often take students out of their wheelchairs and lie them on cushions around them so they are surrounded by light. So my shot for the day, also 'Job' for the Scavenger Hunt this month. I'm pleased with the focus and bokeh. Yay! Explore :-) Reached #10.

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