Three Fun Materials for Children with Intellectual Disabilities

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As many of you know, my family and I are expecting baby number three in just a few short weeks. As I take some time off from work and blogging to spend time with my family both before and after my new son’s birth, I am thrilled to share with you some amazing posts written by some very talented bloggers. So please sit back, relax and enjoy this guest post and leave a comment letting us know what you think! {Read More}

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Five Playful Ways to Work on Listening and Following Directions

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I recently got an email from a parent who was wondering how she could work on her son’s listening skills. As I was responding to her email I realized that I should do a post on this! There are many FUN ways that you can work on your child’s listening skills and I have five playful ways for you to do so! These can be used with preschoolers through school age….you just need to adjust the difficulty level to match {Read More}

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