School-Wide Resources

Bynum School Music Therapist Ms. Tera plays the song “What’s That?” This song encourages students to speak in complete sentences and was written by Ms. Tera.

Bynum School’s Music Therapist Ms. Tera sings the “More Please” Song. This song was written by Ms. Tera and helps teach the words “more” and “please”. This video is perfect alongside Speech Therapist Ms. Linnea's video on Communication Temptation and Sabotage.

Bynum School PE Director Coach Caroline leads a stretch and exercise routine that you can do at home!

Bynum School Speech Therapist Linnea Farish, SLP shows parents some strategies to encourage speech.

Bynum School's Speech Therapist Linnea Farish, SLP shows parents ways to reinforce speech by giving choices

Bynum School's Occupational Therapist Ms. Leslie shows parents some at-home pre-cutting activities and cutting activities to help with hand strength and use of the dominant and non-dominant hand

Bynum School's Music Therapist Ms. Tera created this video as a help for parents who may be struggling with limiting screen time with their child.

Bynum School's Music Therapist Ms. Tera sings the "Eyes Look Up" song to reinforce eye contact. It was written by Ms. Tera and has been used at Bynum School for many years.

Bynum School Speech Therapist Linnea Farish, SLP shows parents some feeding therapy strategies.

Bynum School Occupational Therapist Ms. Leslie shows students some great therapeutic activities that address core strength, posture, and fine and gross motor skills. Try these at home!

Music Therapist Ms. Tera Signs the Book "Firetruck" by Ivan Ulz

Wake up and get ready for a day of learning with the Bynum School Morning Routine!

Bynum School's Occupational Therapist Ms. Leslie Shows OT Activities for At Home

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