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2016-09-28 08:00
Adolescence is a time when kids are starting to reach a level of maturity where they begin to be more self sufficient in hygiene, and they have a bunch of brand new hygiene issues starting d… Read More
2016-09-19 03:54
When you have kids that need a higher level of challenge for visual scanning, visual perception, and writing, it can be hard to find activities that are difficult enough for them to do and t… Read More
2016-09-05 19:03
I love using the color pop game in therapy. Ever since I created it, it has become my go to for many therapy sessions because it is so basic, and can be so easily modified to work on so many… Read More
2016-09-03 16:40
School is back in session and hopefully off to a great start. This month we have the stuck in the mud paper downloads on sale as well as the Ice Cream Sundae Clothespin game. Go check out wh… Read More
2016-08-29 08:00
Button snakes are a very simple way to practice buttoning. They have a ribbon and a button on the end and you string pieces of fabric onto the string. I made one with different types of fabr… Read More
2016-08-22 08:00
A crash pad is a big foam filled squishy mat that you can fall onto and you land on the squishy foam. Crash pads are great fun for kids who like a lot of movement and body input since they c… Read More
2016-07-27 08:00
Going out to the store or out to eat can be a very stressful experience for some parents who have a child with special needs.  A lot of the stress comes from fear of the unknown, the po… Read More
2016-06-28 20:29
I have been working on more button activities and I think that my button S’mores are perfect for summer pretend play. I was able to get the marshmallow a little squishy and puffy by la… Read More

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