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Foundations for School Readiness: Sensory Regulation and Yoga (Day 1)

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1.  At least ______________ people in the general population are affected by Sensory Processing Disorder.
  1. 1 in 5
  2. 1 in 20
  3. 1 in 50
  4. 1 in 100
2.  What are the six subtypes of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)?
  1. Visual, Auditory, Tactile, Taste, Smell, Movement
  2. Sensory Processing, Sensory Regulation, Mindfulness, Yoga, Postural Disorder, Dysgraphia
  3. SOR, SUR, SC, Postural Disorder, Dyspraxia, Sensory Discrimination Disorder
  4. SUR, Postural Disorder, Discrimination, SOR, Praxis, Dysgraphia
3.  What regulation strategies can you use in the classroom to help a student with work production?
  1. Zones of regulation
  2. Breathing strategies
  3. Yoga sequence or mindfulness strategies
  4. All of the above
4.  Yoga teaches us:
  1. Physical postures and exercise (called asanas) help bring strength and flexibility to our bodies
  2. Active poses help build strength, flexibility, and muscle tone; help move energy throughout the body and activates the brain and nervous system
  3. Passive poses are mostly meditation and deep relaxation; these are typically done at the end of your yoga practice for 10-20 minutes
  4. All of the above
5.  All of the following poses are good for balance EXCEPT:
  1. Bridge Pose
  2. Downward Dog Pose
  3. Plank Pose
  4. Mountain Pose
6.  What are some calming strategies that might work for a student in the classroom?
  1. Deep breaths
  2. Chewing on gum or sucking on a hard candy
  3. Lowering the lights and talking in a calm voice
  4. All of the above
7.  What three structures is yoga built on?
  1. Meditation, movement and time
  2. Exercise, breathing and meditation
  3. Movement, breathing and stretching
  4. Time, stretching and exercise
8.  Mindful breathing exercises include Ss breath (snake breath), bumblebee breath, Ha breath (volcano breath) and the recommended number of deep breaths is:
  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 5
  4. 6
9.  Mindfulness can improve:
  1. Awareness, breathing and schoolwork
  2. Awareness, focus and reduces stress and depression
  3. Helps build relationships, and helps change our brain
  4. Both B and C
10.  How can we use yoga and Mindfulness in the classroom successfully?
  1. Yoga and Mindfulness can go hand in hand to teach children how to regulate their central nervous system through movement/exercise, breathing and calming their body
  2. Yoga and Mindfulness can help build core strength and balance skills which help with school based activities such as fine motor, visual motor, and gross motor skills
  3. Yoga and Mindfulness can help build confidence in how to engage with other peers and give a positive affect on peer relationships
  4. All of the Above

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