Here is a friendly letter,   Dear Priya,                                                                                               
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I made this scheduler to enable Ramam to look at his daily schedule and be able to do things without prompting. I have not included things like brushing , bath or the like adl activities, but some things that are relatively new and have to be incorporated in his schedule before leaving for his centre
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The purpose of this activity would be for the children to do simple word problems in a fun way. They get to do the basic math operations, create their own breakfast and later put it on their bulletin board. I have also given a choice board for the various basic functions (Addition, Substraction, Multiplication and
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I have been wanting do some woodwork with Ramam as he enjoys doing it. Also one works on the eye hand coordination , fine motor skills, and the satisfaction of having created something. I am uploading the video as well. The good thing about a video is one gets the opportunity to watch yourself as
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Why write a letter? It does seem old – fashioned. It seems a little irrelevant in the age of e-mails , Facebook and What’s app. However the exercise of writing a letter in itself, placing it in an envelope, and mailing it gives a sequence of events to be followed. It also happens to be
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Ramam being in ESE high school, my priorities as to what I should teach him in functional academics seems to be getting clearer. This would be a long term project with the beginning, interim and advanced stages. a) One being to execute a simple transaction, which would be to do with word problems and actual
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The pani puri stall as mentioned in my previous post  at the Christmas carnival at Bubbles was a hit. Ramam also participated in the whole process. He helped us with few plates, and kept humming Master Chef to himself .The cashier, my daughter was a little defunct as she had to handle coupons and not
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  The first time we shared an interest. Earlier he would not look at the same object that I was trying to draw his attention to. The first time he scanned the room to reassure himself we were there. He kept returning his glances. His first meal in a restaurant with  harish sitting at his
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