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Oral/Silent Zoom! by Robert Munsch A wordless picture book that a child goes anywhere and everywhere without leaving the comfort of his chair. Could be used for setting the mood for an inclusion classroom.

For children with special needs bike riding does not come easy. Trying to coordinate balance, pedaling and steering is an extremely difficult task. For children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida or other similar conditions, riding a two wheeler may never be a practical option. If you have a child with special needs you may want to consider an adaptive bike. To make your job easier we have scoured the web looking for all types of adaptive bikes, trikes and more. We found 20 bikes ranging…

John, Paul, George & Ben About how these four men, or as we call them or fore-fathers wrote the declaration of independence. Good in the classroom when learning about amendments and how or why we have them.

Shaia, age 6, tells us about Twenty Yawns. From Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley and Caldecott Honor artist Lauren Castillo. As her mom reads a bedtime stor...