Build it so they can play : affordable equipment for adapted by Teresa Sullivan, Cindy Slagle, T.J. Hapshie, Debbie Brevard,

Build it so they can play : affordable equipment for adapted by Teresa Sullivan, Cindy Slagle, T.J. Hapshie, Debbie Brevard,

By Teresa Sullivan, Cindy Slagle, T.J. Hapshie, Debbie Brevard, Vic Brevard

Brimming with sensible principles, Build It to allow them to Play assists actual schooling lecturers, caregivers, and play workforce and activity leaders in construction tailored gear and enforcing linked actions to create a winning studying atmosphere for college kids with disabilities.

Build It to allow them to Play deals quite a number gear construction tasks, together with gear to change participation in standard activities and sport actions; reduction with vestibular and wonderful motor improvement; and inspire audio, visible, and tactile stimulation. each gear undertaking, from the easiest to the main concerned, has been box established to make sure luck by way of the authors—all veteran tailored actual educators. step by step directions, diagrams, and particular pictures may also help you accomplish each one of those DIY tasks. Plus, a whole checklist of fabrics and a listing of valuable instruments assist you remain equipped and retailer time.

Using low-cost construction provides and located or recycled goods, you could increase your choice of tailored actual schooling offers for a fragment of the price of new gear! Make a cellular low basketball objective with a trash can, plywood, and your screwdriver; or flip an umbrella right into a sensory cellular. you may as well build your individual treatment mattress giving scholars who use wheelchairs the liberty to go away the chair with out mendacity at the flooring. And, each one undertaking contains extra principles to be used and proposals for customizing the gear for varied talents and purposes.

Are tight budgets forcing you to do extra with much less? With Build It to allow them to Play, you could flip less pricey into more fun to your scholars. seize your instrument belt and begin development a favorable PE event for all!

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Continue with 3-inch section to elbow joint to 6-inch section to end cap. • Repeat this step on all four ends. 32 Build It So They Can Play ▶▶ Ideas for Using This Equipment • Play a ring toss game. Players take turns throwing rings on stand. • Throw rings onto arms as scooter passes by. ▶▶ Modifications To create an easier game, you can make the stabilizing scooter board by attaching a 4-foot PVC pipe to a stationary object. Equipment for Sport and Recreation Activities 33 Bombs Away ▶▶ Need and Disability This is a game for those with or without physical or intellectual disabilities.

Cut three holes in 1/2-inch plywood approximately 3 inches in diameter and 4 inches apart, as shown in the diagram. Glue AstroTurf to top of plywood. Cut into AstroTurf to expose cut hole in wood. Glue excess turf to underside of plywood. Attach two 12-inch trim boards to one 18-inch trim board in a U-shape. You might need to use some sort of staple to attach the boards together. Attach the U-shaped trim boards you just assembled to 1/2-inch plywood with two 3-inch hinges about 3 inches apart.

An option is to cut holes in top of PVC for viewing of ball as it travels down PVC. ▶▶ Ideas for Using This Equipment • Use as a shoot for bowling, bocce, and target games. • Let students pull chair with them around area to retrieve and drop balls through a chute. 52 Build It So They Can Play Shuffleboard Stick ▶▶ Need and Disability This is a tool for students of all physical abilities. Making a shuffleboard stick is much more economical than purchasing it. Using the stick to play shuffleboard allows students to learn strategies, teamwork, and coordination.

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