Mother’s Day is approaching! Not only does Mother’s Day give us opportunities to show Mom how much she means to us, but it also gives our children fun learning opportunities. For children with autism, language and social challenges, it can be difficult to understand and express Mother’s Day concepts. We want to share a fun flower craft that will help your child show Mom they care, understand Mom a little more and increase many other language and fine motor skills.
First we will walk you through all the steps to create the craft and then we will give you lots of ideas on social language skills you can work on with your child. Read More
We challenge you to find one person that doesn’t like music. Seriously…..it’s pretty much impossible. Everyone likes at least one genre of music, if not several. As adults, music can serve many different purposes. It can be for pure enjoyment. Music can help with our emotional states….it can calm us down and decrease our stress. Music can pep us up and get our energy booming. Music can help us focus on important tasks. Music can be a social outlet for us. Music can also help us learn. This is the same for children! Read More
Thanksgiving is just a few days away! Here are 2 Quick and Easy ideas to help you prepare for Thanksgiving:
1) Plan out your Thanksgiving Day - Know your Environment
Here are some important things to think about to help set your child up to succeed on Read More
The holidays are a busy time, filled with running errands, shopping, cooking, and spending time with family. They are also a wonderful time to spend some quality time with your child by completing this easy craft project with them! Our Turkey art is great for when all that food is in the oven cooking and will provide your child with many language learning opportunities! Read More
This Thanksgiving, your child will have a BALL with this fun art activity! Take a break from the kitchen heat and ROLL off a little steam with this turkey marble art! Your child will be learning Thanksgiving vocabulary that will help them for the actual Thanksgiving experience as well as with activities and work at school. This would also be a fun activity for a play date.