July 24, 2017

Hands-On Learning, and Knees and Whole Body!

Linden Grove School (LGS) knows hands-on learning benefits not only kids with autism, but all kids. But this week in Summer Camp, LGS went beyond “hands” on learning to “legs” and “whole bodies” as well with the help of the … Continue reading

LGS Parents, Foundation Support Applied Skills Upgrade

  LGS Parents and a national foundation are providing valuable support to upgrade the school’s Applied Skills program for the 2017-2018 academic year. For the past three years, the 6-8 Applied Skills students have operated a weekly breakfast service for staff … Continue reading

Discovering Science through Art

“Everything Art” is the theme of Summer Camp this week, offering students exposure to art forms including painting, sculpture – even glass blowing and glass fusing. But in exploring art, students found themselves learning more about science. Science is about making … Continue reading

Celebrating the Superpowers of Creativity and Critical Thinking

Students enjoyed a week of fun dedicated to superheroes and celebrating the superpowers of creativity and critical thinking. This week’s Summer Camp theme “STEAM Fun 101” provided opportunities for students of all ages to test their coding and other science … Continue reading

Tips for an Autism-Friendly 4th of July

The tradition of commemorating Independence Day with fireworks is as old as the Declaration of Independence, itself. (It was John Adams’s idea to mark the occasion with “Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time … Continue reading

Fold and Fly, Build and Go

Students explored physics and engineering concepts through engaging class activities and fun field trips during the second week of Summer Camp themed “Easy Engineering.” Classroom activities for older students included time to “fold and fly” a range of paper airplane … Continue reading

Plateful of Learning – and FUN!

Students enjoyed a plateful of learning and FUN during the first week of Summer Camp themed “Garden to Plate.” Language, math, and science learning occurred through a variety of activities including reading recipes, measuring ingredients, and exploring how chemical changes … Continue reading

Tips to Help Kids with Autism in Summer

Summer is officially here! Along with the joy of having concluded another school year, however, comes the challenge of coping with the loss of structure the school year provides. “Five ways to help your child with autism cope with summer’s … Continue reading

LGS Named Top 50 Non-Profit

In 2017 Linden Grove School was named a Top 50 top non-profit in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky by LEAD Cincinnati and VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm. Organizations were recognized as “pillars of the community,” serving as “examples of individuals … Continue reading

Friendships Valued Most among LGS Grads

  Twelve incredible young people will soon graduate from Linden Grove School and move on to the next chapter of their lives. Many will attend high school at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati. Others will attend their local public high … Continue reading