This Interactive Notebook lesson is a great activity to use with children when teaching them about respecting the personal space of others. This is a great activity for primary students, special education students, children with autism, or while helping kids develop their social skills. #ideas
How To Take Criticism (like feedback from co-interpreters, clients, supervisors, etc). One of the Interpreting Community's biggest assets is our emphasis on feedback and continual improvement, but it takes continual improvement in taking that feedback to continually improve our skill. Here are some pretty good ideas for the feedback process.
Winter STEM- Build A Snowflake Tinker Tray. Use loose parts to build snowflakes. Explore radial symmetry as you incorporate math, science, fine motor work, and creativity in this activity for preschoolers, kindergartners, and elementary kids.