Amy Martin

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This is a warm up for an adapted physical education class. With large groups, students work on lifting the hoop over their head in a team effort. This warm-up is great for students who have visual, intellectual, or physical disabilities.

A small group of students lift a hula hoop above their heads.This website is chock full of excellent ideas to help teach learners with sld and pmld as well as visually impaired learners

The Heartland Area Education Agency's website provides lists and descriptions of adapted recess activities, physical education activities and games for students with disabilities.They also provides multiple indoor and outdoor modification suggestions to certain activities as well. They also provides other links to websites the offer more activities!

Here you will find adapted recess activities, physical education activities and games for students with disabilities.

WG - Hwb - Adapted Physical Education - A resource for teachers in mainstream and special schools which provides information, hints, tips, lesson plans, video clips and links to useful websites.

A brief guide to adapting some PE activities to enable the inclusion of pupils with Physical Disabilities (Karen Coyle - Ysgol Erw'r Delyn - Vale of Glamorgan).

Behold, the folks at travel agency Thomas Cook outline some of their most effective cures ("anchor sleep," anyone?)

We all love to travel, but nobody enjoys dealing with jet lag. You may not be able to prevent it, but there are things you can do to beat it. This infographic by Thomas Cook shows you how you can beat jet lag:Get your infographic featured: submit ➡️ here

Cut up a straw and fill the pieces up with antibiotic ointment or toothpaste for single-use packets.

DIY Single Use Packs, made using straws and a lighter. Need to make some of these for my mini first aid kit. Also a great idea for traveling/camping! This would work for all kinds of things like toothpaste, etc. Label with fine point Sharpie.