Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Autism, Math and Wine - A fun mom and son teaching tool! LOL!!

Helping Nick retain and apply the math he has learned in school is a constant battle. He just doesn't seem to care. So teaching is all about finding new ways to teach, and then repeat, repeat and when you can't seem to do it any more keep repeating. Part of our problem at home is tools, keeping tools out in the open to always remind me to work on math. Tools that don't leave our entire house looking like a pre-school! Finally a solution appeared in a very surprising place...with the help from a bit of Wine. Our version of math in a bottle(s)! Oh, I almost forgot, it includes a lesson in recycling, and home decor!  If you've got any fun solutions to teaching challenges...pass them on.   Sorry for the 3 videos :( I'm not pro. The good news is they are really short.  WARNING; TAKE YOUR TIME COLLECTING THESE TOOLS - HAVE YOUR FRIENDS HELP YOU OUT IF YOU'RE IN A HURRY :)









6 comments:

  1. I will and in past incorporate math with daily tasks and dailylife. Here is few tips Counting buttons on shirt, number of chips on plate. Crayons when coloring.count the laceholes in shoes incorporate with daily living..Count number of can goods..Just as you go thru the day.o

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  2. I will and in past incorporate math with daily tasks and dailylife. Here is few tips Counting buttons on shirt, number of chips on plate. Crayons when coloring.count the laceholes in shoes incorporate with daily living..Count number of can goods..Just as you go thru the day.o

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