Janet's picks: Play...fun and much more!

Drill, Janet
September 1996
Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p78
Academic Journal
Presents several reading materials recommended for children with learning disabilities. `Object-Related Play Skills of Youths with Mental Retardation: A Review of Single-Subject Design Research'; `Training Parents to Interact with Their Young Children with Handicaps; Professional-Directed and Parent-Oriented Approaches'; `Observing Play: An Appropriate Process for Learning and Assessment.'


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