Bea Inclusive TV and Podcast
In the last episode of Bea Inclusive TV, I gave you a few ideas on how to support non-verbal children with challenging behaviour.
This week I’m coming back to Lego® based Therapy topic and the most popular post on my FACEBOOK group this week.
In this episode of Bea Inclusive TV you will:
Find out about the way I sort and store your Lego bricks
Find out the review of the Lego Captain America collaborative set
If you are new to me – my name is Bea and this VLOG is dedicated to advocating truly inclusive school provision through well researched, safe and recommended approaches such as Lego® based Therapy.
So, here is me inviting you to follow my journey in creating truly inclusive provision that helps you to support children and develop your skills. Are you ready? Let’s go!
I could tell you hundreds of true stories about Lego® based Therapy that show the creative, ground-breaking & original ways that schools find to use this approach to help, educate & support children. We know that Lego® based Therapy can play a central role in changing someone’s life for the better, within the world of education.
Many schools use Lego® based Therapy to overcome some of their student’s limitations, but this approach works best when access to all students when delivered in the right way.
Even though I love Lego bricks and all the different themes, games, and activities I know that the most important part of this intervention is the Lego® based Therapy Facilitator. You! You and your facilitator skills.
A trained specialist that can deliver a child-centred and evidenced-based approach to all children as he is prepared to work with the most vulnerable one that he can get in his setting. Somebody who can assess children skills, target deficit skills, plan the support through the play and evidence children progress.
I could tell you all of that but today I will talk about the way you sort and store your Lego® which will depend on many different factors such as what kind of Lego® do you have, how many groups you are facilitating for or how old they are.
If you like me are working with people age 4-99 then you will have to consider a few necessary things.
But no matter what Lego® you have and with whom do you work there are 4 simple rules to remember that will save your money and keep you organised.
There are 4 different groups of Lego® resources that you must keep separate.
The loose bricks
The collaborative sets
The board games and activities