Summertime is a good time to work on cooking skills with our children or students. While bar-b-ques might be a little overwhelming, there's no reason our kids can't enjoy summer-fare meals prepared in a safer way. Follow this link to watch the free video modeling the steps to making a hot dog, or use the plan laid out here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Microwave-Hot-Dogs-Video-Daily-Living-Skills-438388 Microwave hot dogs and beans can form the basis of a fun a
In honor of Teacher Appreciation, Chicken Soup for the Soul is airing a podcast featuring their book--Inspiration for Teachers. I'm happy to announce that my story, "Saving Daniel," will be featured on the May 18th podcast. Check it out at: http://chickensoup.podbean.com or on the Chicken Soup for the Soul channel on your podcast app.
Here's a way for your students to continue building the momentum you've created during the school year. Let them choose any two summer goals that they would like to accomplish then have them complete this form to create a path to achieving it. With a "roadmap," completing the goal should be as easy as 1-2-3!