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Orem, Utah, United States
My name is Annie Campbell and 9 years ago my son was diagnosed with Autism. Over the years of treatments, therapies and schools (with my son) I have learned countless techniques for dealing with children with special needs. Through my experience in primary, I have come up with some specific tips to create a happy atmosphere in church.
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Monday, December 27, 2010

Primary Points

I'll be starting a new program in January with my class called Primary Points. Below is an example. While in the primary room, I watch the kids. If they are sitting in their seat with a quiet mouth then they get an X. After we are releases to classes, we count up the X's. When 3 X's are earned, they get a starburst. The child with the most X's will choose who says the prayers that day.

Primary Points
Lucie X X X X X
Jackson X X X
Nathan X X X X
Brandon X X X
Daphne X X X X
Kimball X X
Aubrey X X X
Justin X X X X
Logan X

1 comment:

  1. Love all the ideas. I found at Costco 100% fruit juice fruit snacks. A lot of kids with Autism and AD/HD have sensitivity to food coloring and/or all the delightful added ingredients. I love giving these fruit snacks because I know it won't cause any added behavioral problems.