Think of Toys as “Tools” Unless it’s a toy that you’ve designated as an “everyday” toy, sort all new toys into theme boxes and rotate them in and out of your child’s everyday life. A toy has the most “power” if your child is highly interested in it and it’s new or has been put … Continue reading
This is an overview of all of the different types of activities that you can do to help your child speak. More to come or go to website at Free Fun for Kids or see book at Achieving Brilliance at Home (How to Teach Your Child Almost Anything).
The reason to teach them MAN and WOMAN before “Mama” and “Daddy” is because they can get confused and starting calling all women, “Mama”, and all men, “Daddy”. Ouch! Teach boy and man before girl and woman so they can identify themself. http://www.AutismMothersLove.com
When you’re first starting to teach your child new words, you want to keep it as simple, easy and fun as possible. Although many experts advise that you “immerse your child in language” and read all the words to books and describe everything your’re doing as you do it, I feel that confuses a child … Continue reading
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You just never know what a “different” kid can accomplish! https://www.facebook.com/1703762553236183/videos/1768304863448618/?autoplay_reason=all_page_organic_allowed&video_container_type=0&video_creator_product_type=2&app_id=2392950137 -1:00
I don’t understand why my mom has taken me out of school. Everybody loved me. My teachers were excited about me going to a special school next year. Our class had weekly field trips to McDonald’s and Walmart. Nobody ever made me do things I didn’t want to do or anything. I loved riding my … Continue reading