… I loathed reading and dreaded reading in front of my peers. As the English teacher would go around the class, choosing pupils to read aloud, I would be thinking please not me. When it was my time to read, I remember that I would frequently skip sentences in the book, occasionally stuttered or blended two words.
This week, my son and I decided to do a few science experiments at home, using the Learn and Climb Boom! Fun with Science kit that I bought. This kit has more than 60 experiments of educational fun.
In last week’s post: Picture Exchange Communication System, I shared my experiences of using PECS and from my understanding, explained Phase 1 and Phase 2. In this post, I will be explaining Phase 3 and Phase 4.
PECS are used for people who have communication challenges and difficulty with social communication. There are six phases, and I have received previous training on phase one to phase four.
My son is a big fan of Goosebumps; so much so that he watches a Goosebumps film at least once a week. In the special features part of the Goosebumps 2 DVD, there are a few science experiments, explained by Slappy and demonstrated by the actors in the movie.