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Teaching children with disabilities

We have devoted this section to children who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, ADHD, PDR, PDRD, Down syndrome, ASD, as well as defectologists and parents of children with disabilities.

We know how difficult the work of a defectologist is, which involves the development and adaptation of children with the above diagnoses to the social, everyday, educational environment. It is even more difficult for parents.

Together with correctional teachers, we tested in practice the possibility and effectiveness of exercise with exercise books. It turns out to attract the attention of such children, to interest them, and this gives an impetus to positive dynamics in learning and their further adaptation.

We receive positive feedback from teachers-defectologists from all over the country. It is important for us to know that we can help!

Advantages of Julia Fisher's notebooks

Colorful pictures

Large and bright images not only attract the attention of children, but are also suitable for teaching children with visual impairments

Marker included

A green marker is included in the kit. This color leaves no residue

Rounded corners

Sheets are less prone to wear and tear, and most importantly, they cannot be injured

Laminated pages

The notebook is reusable: it is easy to write in it with a marker (included), then wash with a dry napkin. It is convenient to complete tasks and repeat the material covered

Lesson program

Gradual complication of the material. The program for 2-3 years is adapted for classes with children with disorders of the nervous spectrum at the age of 5

Reusable notebook

Helps to reinforce learning material through repeated repetition

Notebook on springs

It is convenient to turn the sheets over, the notebook does not take up much space. The format helps the child not to be distracted by other tasks and perform them consistently

Lesson program

Gradual complication of the material. The program for 2-3 years is adapted for classes with children with disorders of the nervous spectrum at the age of 5

Marker included

A green marker is included in the kit. This color leaves no residue

Rounded corners

Sheets are less prone to wear and tear, and most importantly, they cannot be injured

Laminated pages

Reusable notebook: the marker is easily erased. It is convenient to repeat the passed material

Colorful pictures

Large and bright images not only attract the attention of children, but are also suitable for teaching children with visual impairments

Reusable notebook

Helps to reinforce learning material through repeated repetition

Notebook on springs

It is convenient to turn the sheets over. The format helps the child not to be distracted by other tasks and perform them consistently

A few words from
educators and parents

Anna V.
Defectologist
Rostov-on-Don
Child's diagnosis: autism
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I have several notebooks by Julia Fisher for the ages of 3 and 5 years. I took it for my child. We did it ourselves and I practiced with another child. I like the notebook very much. She is practically indestructible. The child can sit with her himself. He is already 6 years old, but he is still returning.
Anna V.
Defectologist
Rostov-on-Don
Child's diagnosis: autism
Read more
I have several notebooks by Julia Fisher for the ages of 3 and 5 years. I took it for my child. We did it ourselves and I practiced with another child. I like the notebook very much. She is practically indestructible. The child can sit with her himself. He is already 6 years old, but he is still returning.
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