Love Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus? Is your child a fan of Knuffle Bunny and We are in a Book? Kids author Mo Willems invites your family to enjoy his lunch doodles from the comfort of your couch (or your Progress Nook) during this chaotic time.
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Lunch Doodle with Mo Willems
Drawing is fun, relaxing and a great way to keep your child occupied while also working on fine motor skills.
With your children inside, it is crucial to find a way to schedule the day. For a child with autism, routine is going to be especially important during this time when everyone is inside, schedules have changed, activities have been cancelled and there is a lot of time to fille each day.
Why not add Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems to your daily schedule?
Tips for using Mo Willems Lunch Doodles videos with your child with Autism
- Guide your child to follow the drawing- Take some time to create a doodle with your child, step by step. Guide your child to participate as much as possible.
- Make a photo copy of the doodles you create -kids with autism love consistency, and may take longer to acquire new skills, so spend a few minutes working on these doodles every day.
- Teach new vocabulary – use this fun drawing activity to work on new vocabulary by labelling each doodle (for example, “elephant”).
- Add doodling as a sensory activity – add doodling to your sensory break ideas each day.
New videos are available on Facebook and on YouTube at 1pm EST every day.
More activities to keep your child occupied and learning if you are stuck inside
- Fish Bowl Play Dough Mat
- Ice Cream Play Dough Mat
- Fill the Fridge! Printable Food Matching Game
- 15 Animal Play Dough Mats Bundle
Enjoy Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems!
See you at lunchtime for pigeon doodles.
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