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the No Limits Method® connects brain, body, and environment.
Our Digital Lessons are PK –3rd grade concepts taught by NLM Therapeutic Educators for Exceptional Student Education Instructors to view with their students or recreate in their own way. These lessons are infused with educational strategies to increase each student’s self-determination, conceptual knowledge, and mastery of academic content. Users will experience enhanced instructional delivery, decreased planning time, and the ability to monitor student progress when utilizing the accompanying deliverables.NLM Digital Lesson User Guide
- 36 digital video lessons
- Resources, materials, and assessments for each lesson
- TD Snap and Boardmaker integration
Click the tiles below for a 2 minute preview of each course.
Students will gain a stronger understanding of their relationship to their surroundings as they learn to identify prepositions.
Students will identify their everyday items that they use and interact with.
Students will observe and identify the common items that assist them in daily living. Students will apply this knowledge to communicate daily choices.
Students will practice expressing themselves in a variety of ways by communicating their likes and dislikes. They will come to understand the value of emotional expression in communication.
Students will understand the difference between wants and needs. Students will sort items based on whether the item is a want or a need.
Students will learn about sequencing and the role it plays in our daily activities.
Students will learn to observe and discuss temperature as it relates to personal comfort. Students will understand how to communicate preferences about temperature and the items or actions they may need to be comfortable.
Students will identify the different types of weather.
Students will identify each season and explore how differences in weather affects activities and clothing choices. Students will apply this knowledge and choose clothing for each season.
Students will grasp the concept that their bodies play a significant role in their everyday life experience.
Students will identify the names of parts of the body and understand how each body part can be used.
Students will learn the awesome purpose of the 5 senses in helping discover the world around them.
Students will use critical thinking skills to determine what type of vehicles Mr. Jared is discussing.
Students will identify the names, functions and classifications of different types of vehicles used for transportation.
Students will use inquisitive thinking skills to determine appropriate vehicle types based on transportation mode, speed, and cargo.
Students will learn basic colors in association with relevant objects.
Students will identify the color of an object, determine whether or not it is shown in its natural color, and identify what color each object would be in its natural environment.
Students will learn about and understand what happens when you begin to mix together the three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow. We get secondary colors like orange, green, and purple.
Students will learn about the nature of Space and the Earth’s relation to the Sun, Moon, and Stars. They will gain an understanding of light, and its impact on life.
Students will learn factual information about the characteristics the planets in our solar system.
Students will learn about the Earth’s orbit and axis.
Students will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of animal habitats through sensory experience and creative activities.
Students will identify the animal and what habitat it inhabits.
Students will learn how to classify animals based off of features, habitat, and grouping.
Students will experience the concept of upper and lower case letters through drawing, sculpting, and AAC choice.
Students will identify the letters in the alphabet and how they are ordered.
Students will grasp the concept of vowel sounds and their impact on words.
Students will recognize and count with numbers 1-5 while associating one to one correspondence with objects.
Students will learn how to add 1 to digits 1-10 and find the sum.
Students will learn about place value. Students will identify the place values for tens and ones places, numbers 10-30.
Students will learn about the concept of shapes. Students will think inquisitively as they recognize and identify shapes using objects in their environment. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the concept of shapes by completing shape puzzle problems.
Students will identify the properties of a circle, triangle, square, and rectangle.
Students will learn how to identify two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) shapes. Students will recognize the difference between two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes.
Students will become familiar with the basic coin types and how to count them.
Students will learn the value of a penny, nickel, dime and quarter.