Ouch Don’t Touch Me! How some children react to sensory overload

By Deb Hopper Published in The Great Health Guide GreatHealthGuide.com.au Ouch! Don’t Touch Me! Many children struggle to cope with the sensory bombardments that come with hair care. Some children as toddlers and pre-schoolers find this difficult. Some children continue to find these daily self-care tasks unbearable even into primary school age. So why is

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5 Top Tips for Helping Kids…

Transition From School to Holidays  (and back to school) Published by The Great Health Guide  Written by Deb Hopper 5 top tips for helping kids transition from school to holidays (and back to school). Children often anticipate with excitement the thought of change, whether it is going back to school or going on school holidays. As

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7 Teacher Musts to Increase Classroom Productivity

7 Teacher Musts to Increase Classroom Productivity

7 teacher must-knows to increase classroom productivity and create happy, healthy learning environments for ALL children 1.       Have regular movement breaks. We need movement BEFORE we can concentrate. 2.       Observe for clues that children aren’t yet engaged or that attention is lagging. 3.       Incorporate regular muscle breaks to keep concentration going.   4.       Understand that some

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