I'm Room Mom for my son's kindergarden class and my daughter's 3rd grade class. We are having a poster contest to raise awareness for children with disabilities. Both of my children are ADD/ADHD as am I and my husband. I usually am a very crafty person but wanted to get others ideas that live with or have children living with disabilities. Our logo is Friends Helping All Friends.
I really hope to hear what you would like to see on the poster. I can post it after we are finished!
Thanks in advance!
I don't really have any ideas, but I LOVE this idea! I think special needs children should be incorporated into a normal classroom more often. You wouldn't believe how many schools have rejected my daughter because she has a minor delay (not to mention it's illegal if they government aid!).
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