Ants in their pants : teaching children who must move to learn /
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imprint
St. Paul, MN : Redleaf Press, c2009.
description
xi, 209 p. : ill.
ISBN
9781933653877
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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    Curriculum Resources
    371.94 C951A
    Browse Shelf Note ▼
    3RD FLOOR; borrowing restricted to OISE students, faculty and staff
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imprint
St. Paul, MN : Redleaf Press, c2009.
isbn
9781933653877
contents note
What makes extra busy kinesthetic children tick and tock? -- An extra busy child's best environment -- Working with extra busy children -- Ready, set, play -- Sensory integration and extra busy kinesthetic children -- The basics of sleeping and eating for extra busy kinesthetic children -- Let's wrap up.
catalogue key
6919800
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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From sunup to sundown, "extra busy" children have an endless supply of energy and remain on the move throughout the day. Ants in Their Pants offers successful and tested techniques to help caregivers, educators, and parents provide the best support to active learners so they can thrive in the classroom and at home. These ideas-from a teacher of both special and general education who is a parent of an extra busy child-provide information on how to help extra busy children use their energy to learn while helping teacher understand children who need to move.

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