The whole spectrum of social, motor, and sensory games : using every child's natural love of play to enhance key skills and promote inclusion / Barbara Sher with Karen Beardsley; illustrations by Ralph Butler
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xxx, 272 pages ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: The power of play and the synergy of games
Ch.1 Spontaneous games for all ages: Playful learning games that can happen spontaneously and often need nothing more than a smile
Waiting games for airports, restaurants, and doctor's offices -- What would Mary Poppins do?
Game 1: Guess the winning number
Game 2: Toothpick art
Game 3: Penny Flick
Game 4: Which cup is it under?
Game 5: Whose hand is on top?
Game 6: Feely games
Game 7: Making a wiggly worm -- Clarifying judge
Game 8: Art for two
Game 9: Secret writing
Game 10: Can you do what I do? Can you say what I say?
Who are we today? -- Walking outside games
Game 1: How many ways to walk?
Game 2: Stop and go
Game 3: Glued together
Game 4: Guess the number of steps
Game 5: Making faces
Game 6: Pony boy
Game 7: Having a Disney day
Game 8: Knocking game
Game 9: Playing with pebbles
Game 10: How many hand lengths?
Game 11: Edible play-doh
Count for cooperation -- Games for older kids (ages seven to fourteen)
Game 1: How would you describe me?
Game 2: Five good moments
Game 3: Self-portraits
Game 4: People report
Game 5: Which line is best?
Game 6: Shadow games
Game 7: Toe stepping
Game 8: Stone painting
Traveling games
Game 1: Postcard diaries
Game 2: Travel collections
The honorable head garbage taker-outer
Ch.2 Games for babies: Daily games to play with babies to develop the brain and deepen the adult-child connection
What's in grandma's purse? An inquiring toddler wants to know
Game 1: Diaper song
Game 2: Helpful legs
Game 3: Pan music
Game 4: Homemade rattles
Game 5: Clap a rhythm
Game 6: Bird talk
Game 7: Hand dancing -- The talking hand
Game 8: Silly sounds
Game 9: Swat at this
Game 10: Feelings, nothing more than feelings
Game 11: Catch a moving cube
Game 12: Move me around
Game 13: In your face -- Making face with Lance
Game 14: Keep your eyes on this
Game 15: Tender touches
Game 16: Smell sorting
Game 17: Describe that taste
Game 18: Speaking in sounds
Game 19: Sound sorting
Game 20: Box ride
Game 21: Pillow pile
Game 22: Beach ball bounce -- Chalk and the bubbie
Game 23: Standing and counting
Game 24: Furniture pathway
Game 25: Backward steps
Game 26: Book in a baggie -- Rings on a stick (or something similar)
Game 27: Straws in a bottle
Game 28: Nest the cans
Game 29: Voice-over
Game 30: Chip bank
Game 31: Color matches -- Small is nice too
Ch.3 Progressive games for ages three to seven: Inclusive games that use only one materials to enhance multiple skills
The upside of making your own educational toys -- The "Bring Me" game -- Beanbag games
Game 1: Jump
Game 2: Jump sideways
Game 3: In and out
Game 4: Jump one, jump five
Game 5: Run and leap
Game 6: balance walk
Game 7: Musical beanbags
Game 8: Throw into colored container
Blanket games
Game 1: Sausage walk
Game 2: Fat sausage walk
Game 3: Dragon
Game 4: Rock and Roll
Game 5: Sushi or burrito
Game 6: Trampoline
Game 7: Make up your own
Hula-hoop games
Game 1: Tiptoe through the hoops
Game 2: Crawl tunnel
Game 3: Jumping maze
Game 4: Combination - vertical and horizontal
Game 5: Backward
Game 6: All together now
Game 7: Roll the hoop
Game 8: Boomerang
Game 9: Roll and kick
Game 10: Ring toss
Game 11: Jump rope
Game 12: Hula-hooping - fast and in circles
Unusual gifts that cost a little and please a lot -- Ladder games
Game 1: Jump between the rungs
Game 2: Hop between the rungs
Game 3: Tiptoe between the rungs
Game 4: Walk on the rungs
Game 5: Jump in and out
Game 6: Go through the window
Game 7: Rock the boat
Game 8: Working together
Game 9: Rhythm
Game 10: Creating new games
Magazine tube games
Game 1: Flute Game 2: Easy throw
Game 3: Hand to hand
Game 4: Reflex drop
Game 5: Head drop
Game 6: Throw a target
Game 7: Jump over the tubes
Game 8: What else can it be?
Game 9: We've got rhythm inside us
Plastic bottle games
Game 1: Knock-downs
Game 2: In and out
Game 9: Obstacle course
Rope games
Game 1: Rising rope
Game 2: Lowering rope
Game 3: Over and under
Game 4: Jump twice - forward, sideways, and backward
Game 5: Hop once, hop twice
Game 6: Jump the creek
Game 7 Rune and leap
Game 8: Wiggly rope
Game 9: Swinging rope
Game 10: Creative jump
Game 11: Tightrope walking
Game 12: Tug-of-war
Rocker board games
Game 1: Rock and roll
Game 2: Back and forth
Game 3: Two together
Game 4: Balance and slide off
Game 5: Group rock
Game 6: All new ways -- Don't rush Arnold
Ch.4 Therapy games for ages three to twelve: Home therapy games that enhance the basic skill domins
Fine motor games
Game 1: Ping-Pong pool
Game 2: Punch 'n Poke -- Rainbow pizza
Game 4: Snip Snip Clip
Game 5: Flipping pancakes
Game 6: The rain house
Game 7: Tongs and tweezers
Game 8: A, B,...Can you C me?
Game 9: Pumpkin head
Gross motor games
Game 1: Flying meteorite
Game 2: Circus hoop
Game 3: Fire twirler!
Game 4: Choo-Choo train
Game 5: Don't forget the shoes!
Game 6: Helicopter
Game 7: Surf's up!
Game 8: The Hailstorm
Game 9: Ready, aim, squirt!
Game 10: Sit, roll over, jump!
Sensory games
Game 1: Club sandwich
Game 2: The Mirror
Game 3: Moon walker
Game 4: Lollypop lick
Game 5: Snowplow
Game 6: Natural disaster
Game 7: Worms and eyeballs
Game 8: Bag O Bag
Game 9: Feed the otter
Game 10: Bubble monster
Social skills games
Game 1: Catch the thief?
Game 2: What is it?
Game 3: The feelings dance
Game 4: Elbow-to-elbow
Game 5: Stepping stones
Game 6: Pinball
Game 7: The magician
Game 8: Hamburger ball
Game 9: Voice remote control
Game 10: The detective
Ch.5 Short group games for ages three to fifteen: Quick movement games that stimulate thinking, feeling, and creativity
Chris and the box -- Short games for young children (Ages three to ten)
Game 1: Shoe leaps
Game 2: Blindfold
Game 3: Can you do the can-can?
Game 4: Can you do what I do? Can you say what I say? -- Enticing Nona
Game 5: Group dance
Game 6: Horse is walking
Game 7: Marble play
Game 8: Names, names, we all have names
Game 9: Tell us what you like to do -- Nikolai fnds art
Game 10: Throw at the letters
Game 11: Twist on the twister
Short games for older kids -- (Ages seven to fifteen)
Game 1: Bowling for dollars
Game 2: Category ball game
Game 3: Compliment me
Game 4: Expressing self with body -- To touch and be touched
Game 5: Interviewing
Game 6: It's all in the tone
Game 7: Jumping math
Game 8: Make up a handshake
Game 9: Make up a story
Game 10: Reflection
Game 11: Say a line
Game 12: Jail
Game 13: Shower curtian spelling
Game 14: Time line game
Game 15: What's my line? -- Ignoring Clarissa
"Fun easy games for parents and teachers to play with kids of all ages Play is increasingly recognized by neuroscientists and educators as a vital component in brain development, academic success and learning social skills. In this inspiring and useful resource, Barbara Sher provides step-by-step directions for how to use children's natural interests at different stages of their development to help them develop a wealth of sensory motor and social skills. All the games have also been designed to provide plenty of joyful opportunities for encouraging inclusion. Offers strategies for helping all kids, but especially those with special needs, to develop social, motor and sensory skills Filled with simple games using common materials that can be used by teachers, parents, and caregivers with both individual kids and groups Provides explanations and examples of how the games can aid in a child's development This resource offers parents and teachers a fun and easy way to include all children in activities that will engage all of their senses and promote important skills"-- Provided by publisher.
13.00 CLD (10-307-1)
Otro Autor
Beardsley, Karen.
Butler, Ralph.
1118345711 (pbk.)
9781118345719 (pbk.)
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