As 2015 closes and the overload of the holiday season comes to an end, how about a nice calming activity for New Years Eve?
Fireworks and crowds may be too much for some of us to handle. Using our First Then Visual Schedule HD app (also on android), you can make a sensory hour count down. Make each step with a time (analog or digital), make activity schedules for things to find in your sensory bin, even set a 60 minute timer for each activity.
Whether it be a bean table or Kinetic sand. Choose small items for your New Years celebrator to find. You can make each hour more challenging or keep it simple. Not only are they having fun, but are hopefully calmer, focused, and even learning math and time.
Happy New Year 2016! ~ from all of us at Good Karma Applications!
Memorizing songs can be difficult or challenging for some children and adults. You know what? - it doesn't have to be. Let's have fun and make a song book using our Scene Speak app! You can choose as many songs as you would like, use google to pull up lyrics and then records the words. All you have to do is tap the screen and your song will play.
Give your non-verbal carolers a voice to sing and I bet you will see a smile on their face. You can type out and record the entire song or start small with just the chorus or one verse. Merry Christmas to ALL and may your singing be Merry and Bright!
~ Merry Christmas from all of us at Good Karma Applications
Make a yearly tradition and let your children help with sending holiday cards. You can simplify the steps with our Scene Speak app by making a social story. Gather the supplies you will need: Envelopes, cards, return labels, address labels, postage stamps. Make a sample to show what the cards should look like when ready to mail. Not only will you create a tradition but you will work on many skills. Fine motor, independence, math, life skills even an outing to the post office.
Happy Holiday's Good Karma Family
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