Classrooms at The Center for Autism and Dyslexia in Findlay, Ohio participated in a school-wide door decorating contest. All students yellow level and above were able to participate with this incentive. The theme for the door decorating contest was CHRISTMAS! Many unique and fun ideas were displayed, along with great teamwork and participation by classmates and staff.

Each door consisted of some drawing, coloring, sketching, cutting, folding, and gluing. As well as a variety of different supplies such as paper, pictures. styrofoam cups, glitter, cotton balls, tinsel, scarves, and candy canes. Some classrooms went with different themes such as The Grinch, Elf on the Shelf, Ugly Sweaters, Snowmen, Pete the Cat, Winter Wonderland, and Candyland.

The winning door will be announced to the school on Monday, with the winning class receiving a pizza party!

This incentive was a great way for students and staff to get into the holiday spirit, decorate the school for the holidays and Christmas, while demonstrating teamwork and working on a variety of social, motor, and motor planning skills.

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