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Learning Disabilities

February 21 2008 Learning Disabilities Newsletter

Here's this week's featured article from our Learning Library -

Two Adaptive Lessons Clapping Rhythms, Syllables
Rhythms and syllables are part of language. Here are some lessons for teaching the difference.


Also featured -

Adaptive Dance and Rhythms for all Ages - Ebook
In the outline of a basic lesson plan, practical adaptive techniques to teach basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance. For kids and adults, illustrated, 47 pages.


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"The search for human freedom can never be complete without freedom for women." ~ 1st lady Betty Ford

"When you are right, you have no need to be angry. When you are wrong, you have no right to be angry." ~Gandhi

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Take care,
Susan Kramer, Learning Disabilities Editor

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