Each and Every One. A Disability Awareness Program for Primary Grades. Red Lobster, 6770 Lake Ellenor Drive, P. O. Box 593330, Orlando, Florida 32859Ð3330.
Informative learning kit designed to create an awareness of persons with disabilities for students and for them to see that they are more like the than different from them. This ready to use program includes reproducible student activities, a colorful wall chart, and a teacher’s guide filled with exciting hands-on ideas for simulation activities, class projects, and the organization of a Disability Awareness Week in your school.
“Friends Who Care” National Easter Seal Society, 70 E. Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60022.
A classroom materials kit which includes teacher’s guide with lesson plan, worksheets, bookmarks, posters, forty five minute videotape helps non-disabled children understand disabilities.
The Kids on the Block. The Kids on the Block, Inc.., 9385-C Gerwig Lane, Columbia, Maryland, 21046.
Educational experience in which children learn about disabilities and differences through a one to one dialogue with puppets. Includes puppets and program including teacher’s guide, audio cassettes, props, coordinator’s manual, and educational materials.
“What If You Couldn’t...?” An Elementary School Program about Handicaps developed by the Children’s Museum of Boston with WGBH Boston.
This program is divided into disability areas packaged as separate units, each with its own teacher’s guide and set of learning activities.