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How to Use Sensory Play to Improve Learning and Expand the Imagination

How to Use Sensory Play to Improve Learning and Expand the Imagination https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/improve-learning-and-expand-imagination/

Imagination is so much important. If you were to imagine dragons, dinosaurs, and without imagination, learning would be colorless and finite. For many parents, the main goal is to lead a child towards independent living and academics skills; after all, learning is the first step into the world. Being a special needs parent is demanding, […]

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Simple Ways to Build Social Skills and an Appreciation for Nature

Simple Ways to Build Social Skills and an Appreciation for Nature https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/ways-to-build-social-skills/

Earth Day will soon be here! It serves as a reminder to care for the Earth every day and teach our children to do the same. A powerful way to get kids to appreciate and care for Mother Earth is to get them outside and build their love of nature.  Kids enjoy the fun and […]

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What’s New on the Bookshelf: AMULET

Amulet is a magical story of cave dwellers, clowns, and vegetarian dragons. Eleven-year-old Dion has Asperger’s. The structure Dion so heavily relies on falls apart when he is kidnapped and taken to a mysterious land. With his life now in danger; he will have to use all the skills he has been taught, to cope […]

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