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Real children model and narrate each skill. Further, their acceptance of others will increase as they learn that it's a good thing there are many variations in people (such as hair color, eye color, type of food or sports we prefer, holidays we celebrate, etc.). The Monarch School believes learning must be learner-centered and intrinsically motivated. Examples of activities that may improve sensory processing are group sports activity, gymnastics, swinging or creating a sensory room. (If the person uses a swing, the caregiver should assist with pushing the swing and encourage him to make eye contact and communicate when he wants to be pushed.) Games: Games that require two or more players and any type of communication encourage social interaction.

Pages: 240

Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (August 2002)

ISBN: 0590907166

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