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Play activities for the retarded child

how to help him grow and learn through music, games, handicraft, and other play activities

by Bernice Wells Carlson

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Published by Abingdon Press in Nashville .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Bernice Wells Carlson, David R. Ginglend.
ContributionsGinglend, David R.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17300488M
ISBN 100687316367
OCLC/WorldCa189761

Yes. keeping a retarded child at home is difficull. Mother always said the great­ est problem Was to get other children play with Rose and to find time to give her all the attention she needed and deserved. Like many retarded persons, Rose lo\ed small children and wanted to be helpful with them. Often I heard herFile Size: 1MB. A manual deals with the specific problems the parent of a retarded child confronts, and without sentiment determines the handling of the child in relation to the family and the world. The levels of retardation indicate whether the child is educable, trainable or totally dependent, and whether a residential school is preferable to the home.

SIMPLE ACTIVITIES/MODIFIED ACTIVITIES for Developmentally Disabled Children. 1) Blanket Ride- sit or lay one participant on a blanket and pull the blanket around the room. wheeeee! 2) Balance Beam- set a two by four on the floor and have participants walk on the 2x4 3) Do What I Say- play music with catchy, rhythmic tunes, start with very simple everyday movements. walking, running.   Ideas for activities with mentally/physically retarded people? I'm about to start work with mentally & physically retarded people with no prior experience. The agency suggested that I come up with some ideas to interact with the people i'll be working with but I have no idea where to start since my previous experience is in child-care.

  My uncle moved in our house about 6 months ago. He has a mental age of a 4 year old child. He used to go to a special school and he enjoyed it there because he has friends and has things to do. But since our house is so far away from the school ( hr drive), he just stays at our house (with his nanny). Most of us are out for work or busy doing chores. Play Activities for the Retarded Child Jane Blumenfeld, Pearl E. Thompson, and Bernice Wells Carlson and David R. Ginglend Beverly S. Vogel illustrated by Darrel K. Sweet "Here is a guide filled with practical and easy "The writers know their subject from experience as well suggestions. Each page of .


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Play activities for the retarded child by Bernice Wells Carlson Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is such an execellent resource that it's hard to believe it's so old. It has lots of good activites for those mild--profoundly retarded and many of the activities are great for the average small child too.

You do have to kind of get over reading "retarded" a lot, which can sting, but over all this is by: 1. This page hardcover book is designed to provide activities for students in early childhood through Play activities for the retarded child book 2.

The authors first outline the needs of the retarded child and then include recreational activities which put the theories into practice. The activities are divided according to the 5 key areas of development: mental health, social.

This page hardcover book is designed to provide activities for students in early childhood through grade 2. The authors first outline the needs of the retarded child and then include recreational activities which put the theories into practice.

The activities are divided according to the 5 key areas of development: mental health, social adjustment, physical education, language development.

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This book is such an execellent resource that it's hard to believe it's so old. It has lots of good activites for those mild--profoundly retarded and many of the activities are great for the average small child too.

You do have to kind of get over reading "retarded" a lot, which can sting, but over all this is great/5(3). Add tags for "Play activities for the retarded child; how to help him grow and learn through music, games, handicraft, and other play activities".

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[Bernice Carlson (Wells); David R Ginglend] -- This page hardcover book is designed to provide activities for students in early childhood through grade 2. The authors first outline the needs of the retarded child and then include. A manual deals with the specific problems the parent of a retarded child confronts, and without sentiment determines the handling of the child in relation to the family and the world.

The levels of retardation indicate whether the child is educable, trainable or totally dependent, and whether a residential school is preferable to the home.

If the child is to be brought up at home, this. Suggestions are provided for teaching reading to retarded children. Methods discussed are reading areas readiness, developmental skills, phonics, independent reading, choral reading, group instruction, and individualized reading and programmed reading.

Also considered are the effect of mental retardation on learning to read, the school program, means of instruction, games and play activities. Alan and Marla are considering whether to send their son to a child-centered preschool or an academic preschool.

You should advise them that, compared to children in academic preschools, children in child-centered preschools are often delayed in social skills have difficulty adjusting to academic tasks once they enter kindergarten. These sensory activities are the perfect medium for kids to explore through their senses, there’s never a right or wrong way to do it, and there’s never an end outcome to expect.

That’s what makes these perfect for the youngest kids. Even preschoolers and older kids have lots they can learn by using their senses. Oct 8, - Activities from across the Web for adults with disabilities. See more ideas about Activities for adults, Activities and Developmental disabilities pins.

Apr 9, - Mentally handicapped children still enjoy art activities and crafts just like any other child. However, these children may need to help with certain aspects of the craft due to their impairment. Choose simple crafts that you think the children might enjoy. This book, then, contributes to a clear distinction between play and play-like activities that, hopefully, will bring to new developments in play studies.

View Show abstract. play Activities for the Retarded Child. Nashville, Tennessee: This book is intended to help parents working with a retarded child in the home and in out-side play groups.

lems in later learning. All of us need continuing recreational opportunities throughout life to keep us refreshed, alert and active. Games children play: instructive and creative play activities for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled child by Sternlicht, Manny; Hurwitz, Abraham B., authorPages: Learning a child's strengths and helping her compensate for weaknesses will play a important role in fostering success.

Use visual aids. According tolengthy verbal instruction and lectures have limited appeal for almost all students, and are particularly ineffective in teaching an.

selected, in which all retarded children should and can be helped to grow. The philosophy and practical application of activities in these areas has been detailed in a book Play activities for the Retarded Child,* which is required reading for all counselors in some camps.

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Birth to 9 Mos 17 B. Mos C. Years D. Years 22 VII BIBLIOGRAPHY. Occupational Therapy for Mentally Retarded Children: Guidelines for Occupational Therapy Aides and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants Mildred E.

Copeland, Lana Ford, Nancy Solon University Park Press, - Medical - pages.the relationship between play and children's cognitive and language development has frequently involved comparisons of the play behaviour of normally developing and retarded children.

The account which follows then, in identifying the key features of the play of young children with Down Syndrome, will Author: Pamela Sharpe.Full text of "Children with Mental Retardation: A Guide for Teachers, Parents, and Others Who Work with Mentally Retarded Preschoolers" See other formats.