My son Ryley is 3. He just started preschool at our district's special education school. He has some problems with speech, social, transitions, and only a few motor skills. His goals that we set at school are 1. do a structured activity next to another child without disturbing the other child 2. do activities as a group when asked, and transition between those activities when asked 3. draw a stick person with at least three body parts 4. know his colors.
any tips for helping him reach his goals that i could do at home? especially the transitions and activities? how do i get him to not cry when i drop him off? also im new to the whole developmental delay thing, any advice would be appreciated.
Answer by 2murphyboys at 2:21 AM on Mar. 12, 2011
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