In a recent DLS (Daily Living Skills) activity, clients learned about the guinea pig, a very popular pet. Here is the activity.
Two books about guinea pigs are provided from the library. Read the two books about guinea pigs. One is more fun and the other one more educational.
Now, we will have clients color and craft on a guinea pig template! (Here are the fun and fluffy results of those crafts!)
At CSN, we have several different types of activities that we do. One of the activities we organize are discussion groups and interactive projects that focus on advocacy and outreach for people with developmental delays. Below is one of many such activities.
This activity involves reading the book “The Mysterious Misadventures of Foy Rin Jin a Decidedly Dysfunctional Dragon” by Jim Friedman. The main character in the book is not accepted in his community, so he enters a new community and begins to find a place where he belongs. The group then discusses how that must feel, learns some accompanying sign language and then discusses their own community, and why community is important.
To view the discussion group in it’s entirety, click the link below.