Welcome to S’cool Moves!
We are an educational company that provides training and materials for schools wanting to enhance collaboration between teachers, therapists, parents, and other school staff. We believe all children can succeed when provided with the opportunity to learn how to focus, self-regulate, and take responsibility for their behavior. In S’cool Moves classrooms, behavior and academic strategies are effectively intertwined.
S’cool Moves products were developed by a Reading Specialist to help her struggling students. Our materials work well with Response-to-Intervention models and are aligned with Common Core State Standards. We have a selection of educational tool kits for sale which you can find more information on by clicking the picture below.
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- Our Minute Moves activities are designed for whole school involvement to enhance the quality of collaboration between teachers, therapists, parents, and support staff. Classroom management, improving focus, translating clinical practice into school-based practice, teaching self-regulation skills, and putting educationally relevant neuroscience into practice are the ultimate goals.
- Our Power Up! materials are designed to target students who struggle with symptoms of dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning challenges. The activities work well for small group intervention commonly found within Response-to-Intervention models. Our Brain Spark Reading Flips, Quadrant Word Taps, Transition Tune-ups, and Power Up! Academic Posters motivate even the uninspired students.
- Our Focus Moves activities are designed to help students focus more of their energy on academics by strengthening core posture, bilateral integration, vision skills, and stamina required for academic tasks. Focus Moves activities can supplement motor groups, APE, PE, occupational therapy, physical therapy, early childhood programs, and special education classroom curricula.