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News and Chews by Dreena Burton !. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 21 Apr 2008 6:00pm Wow, it's been a week since I last posted! We're having 'spring break'... which, in some ways is a break but other ways, very much not a break (you at-home moms and dads know what I'm talkin' about here)! I've enjoyed not having to bustle out of the house in the morning to school and preschool and back to preschool, and back home and back to scho ... Read on »
The Entertainment Queen by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:36pm Well, all four of my boys are finally back to school after the winter holidays. My preschool twins are thrilled; my high-schoolers are definitely not. They have one week left of class and then a week of final exams. The twins, on the other hand, have lots of fun to look forward to! In fact, I’m certain they have more fun at preschool tha ... Read on »
Occupational Therapy Interventions. by Debby Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Mar 2011 6:29am I'm really running out of steam here. Probably because I know that spring break begins the day after tomorrow. Today, I just have one class. I do not have my three hour lab this afternoon. This means I'll be on my way back home by 10. This is a good thing. I have three OT interventions to plan for the following day. The first one is planned ... Read on »
Thankful. by Picky Runner Facebook Posted Thu 26 Dec 2013 4:57am Today just seems like a good day to be thankful considering it’s the day after Christmas and I have a lot to be thankful for. I’m going to turn Amanda’s thinking out loud  linkup into a thankful one. I’m thankful for… family. I know not everybody has the greatest relationships with their families and I’m really lucky to be so close with min ... Read on »
ask and you shall receive ... by Tonia B. Posted Mon 05 Apr 2010 11:35pm The taper is off to a good start (except for all the candy I've been eating). The girls are on Spring Break, which means I am without my twice weekly, four hour long reprieve (a.k.a. preschool) this week. It also means that I am not scheduled down to the minute, since all of their afternoon activities were cancelled too. Yesterday, we spent the m ... Read on »
The Very Hungry Blogger by Emily Posted Thu 15 Mar 2012 12:00am Do I look like a pre-school teacher? Actually I was a bit too dressy; all of the real teachers were in jeans!  My friend Kim  and I did a nutrition education activity with 17 pre-k kids today.  We talked about fruits and vegetables, read Eric Carle’s , and then had the kids draw their favorite fruits and veggies to feed to the h ... Read on »
Motor Activity, Memory and Attention in Preschoolers by Your Therapy Source Posted Fri 20 May 2011 9:42am BMC Pediatrics published research that analyzed aerobic fitness, motor skills, dynamic balance, working memory and attention in 254 ethnically diverse preschoolers (mean age 5.2 years). Baseline data was collected along with data 9 months later. The results indicated the following a cross sectional analysis indicated that aerobic fitness lev ... Read on »
Free Webinar Including Preschoolers with Special Needs in Active Play by Your Therapy Source Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 12:54pm Heard on Twitter from @balmeras about a free webinar on February 7th entitled including preschoolers with special needs in active play. Here is the description from the Head Start Body Start website "Join HSBS Advisory Board member Diane H. Craft, Ph.D. to learn fun ways to include preschool children with special needs in active play with t ... Read on »
Get Into Shape Before Spring Activities, Doctor Advises by HealthFinder Posted Sat 12 Feb 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink A checkup, improved strength, flexibility can help prevent injuries when starting a new sport. ... Read on »
Simple Steps to Increase Preschool Physical Activity by Your Therapy Source Posted Fri 11 Mar 2011 8:28am NAEYC.org has published a great hand out on increasing physical activity for preschoolers. It includes 12 simple tips on how to encourage preschoolers to move. For example: hang pictures on the wall of children moving, use regular objects in the classroom for movement play, teach children how to use different objects for multiple uses and more. ... Read on »