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Latest News from APH

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Monarch Student Pilot Project Takes Flight

Earlier this year, APH focused on training more than 200 teachers across the country on the Monarch. They, in turn,...

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Which Ice Cube Melts Faster?

Looking for a kid-friendly science experiment to do at home with your child? With some simple ingredients found around the...

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Discover Accessible Crossword Puzzles

If you used to love crossword puzzles and have not found a good way to solve them with no or...

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Sock Sort Relay

Skills to work on for this lesson: Gross Motor Fine Motor O&M Math (comparing size, length, and numbers) PE Get...

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Use Water and Soap to Wash Away Germs

Appropriate age for this activity: Elementary School Engage in this activity to emphasize how important it is to use soap...

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Sharpen your Typing Skills with Typer

Typer Available Now! You may have noticed the growing number of accessible web-based applications APH has been developing. For example,...

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DIY Tactile Easter Art

Keep your home-bound learners hopping toward Easter by making tactile drawings for children to color or paint. Materials Needed: 3-D...