**Discounted through the month of April in honor of World Down Syndrome Day and Autism Awareness Month!!!**Easily host your own Disability Awareness Day at your school with this kit. Holding a Disability Awareness Day is a great way to not only increase awareness, but it decreases bullying and encourages regular education students to show empathy for these students.
This is a useful resource for teaching elementary students about Down syndrome, friendship, and acceptance. This can be applied in October (Down syndrome Awareness Month) or on March 21st for World Down Syndrome Day (3/21 which represents three copies of the 21st chromosome).
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and Prince Noah helps kids of all abilities learn that Down Syndrome is Up! There’s not much Prince Noah and his friends of all abilities can’t do when they face a band of pirates together. This adventurous book captures children’s imaginations while teaching important lessons about inclusion. More: http://www.plough.com/en/topics/community/education/prince-noah-and-the-school-pirates
http://chasinghazel.com/2014/10/hand-strenthening-ot-down-syndrome.html 2 Occupational Therapy Activities that promote muscle development in the hands. I do them with my daughter who has Down syndrome.