What to Do if You Suspect Your Child Has a Developmental Delay or Learning Disability – Part Two Finding Help for Your Preschooler (Age 3 and up) - For more resources like this visit www.handtohold.org
Educational Gross Motor Activities - Children learn best and more importantly retain what they've learned when it is combined with movement. Here is a list of 35 awesome ideas for combining gross motor activities with learning. Most of the ideas are geared towards toddlers through age six, but many of the games could be adapted to what your child is learning.
Angry child sensory play to calm kids down and help them learn to self soothe. This should come in handy for my youngest son! He's 20 months old and a ball of sunshine 98% of the time but goodness he has a hot temper.