Category Archive: Jennifer

Sep 20

A Quick Guide to “Sensory Processing”

Most of us remember learning about the 5 senses in school and chances are you have heard something about sensory processing sometime in your life, but what exactly is it and why is it important?  How does it differ from person to person?  Before we get started, here are some important terms to note:   …

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Aug 24

Cloverleaf’s Top 10: Growth Mindset Books for Kids

Growth mindset is an important concept at Cloverleaf, and one we reinforce continuously with our students.  Just as Ms. Elise blogged back in December, students with growth mindsets tend to have more success in school than students with fixed mindsets.  Many of the students we serve at Cloverleaf are working on raising their frustration tolerance threshold, …

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Oct 13

“Brain” Unit sneak-peek from Ms. Jennifer’s class!

  Our language arts class just completed our first unit with great success! The theme of our first unit was the brain. Students learned 3rd and 4th grade ELA content material centered around topics such as individuality and parts of the brain. Students investigated related topics they were curious about, like how the brain and …

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