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Chuck E Cheese and Autistic Children

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I strongly believe that there are times when a child should just be a child. At Chuck E. Cheese, my son is able to be himself. There are a lot of children’s places that he isn’t able to do a thing at. He sits next to me or my husband, and is . . . → Read More: Chuck E Cheese and Autistic Children

Learning Toys and Teaching Autistic Children Different Skills

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There are a lot of learning toys for teaching autistic children. There are companies that sell products specifically designed for special needs children. I’ve listed below just a few toys for teaching autistic children that are designed for a specific developmental area. They are each linked to a different company. You can visit each . . . → Read More: Learning Toys and Teaching Autistic Children Different Skills

Brand-New Colorforms App Brings Celebrated Brand to a Whole New Dimension!

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I’m very excited to bring your attention to the first-ever Colorforms app, Colorforms® Revolution™! More info is below. If you (and your kids!) grew up loving Colorforms, here’s a whole new way to play!

The iconic 60-year-old brand from University Games that has changed the way generations of children have played is making its . . . → Read More: Brand-New Colorforms App Brings Celebrated Brand to a Whole New Dimension!

AMF Free Bowling

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If you’re looking for something to do with your family this summer on days that are too wet or too hot to play outside, AMF’s Summer Unplugged has a great deal for you!

Kids 15 and Under play FREE

• At select AMF centers, kids 15 and under get two free games of bowling . . . → Read More: AMF Free Bowling

Multi-Sensory Resource for Autism

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It occurs in all ethnic and socioeconomic groups. Its cause is still a mystery, and there is no cure, only treatment. It is autism, affecting at least three out of every 1,000 children. A tool for treatment; Wikki Stix (www.wikkistix.com)- a multi-sensory resource for autism.

They can help generate verbal interaction, be used as . . . → Read More: Multi-Sensory Resource for Autism

Tips for Traveling With Toddlers

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We did a lot of traveling with our daughter before she even turned three. I learned a lot about traveling with toddlers. From flying to Europe and visiting Florida there were a lot of different things we brought depending on where we went. I did a lot of searching for tips when we . . . → Read More: Tips for Traveling With Toddlers

Rally for Recess

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Schools nationwide are cutting recess time due to limited resources, which can impede on your children’s physical development. In the past twenty years, children have lost an average of 8 hours of recess a week and some schools no longer provide play time for students. According to the American Academy of Pediatricians, the lack . . . → Read More: Rally for Recess

Three Ways to Have Fun, No Batteries Required

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When I was a child, we were a pretty poor family. This was actually a good thing, because we had a lot of love in our home, and we learned to have fun without depending on a popular toy or electronic gadget. We were very creative and found ways to entertain ourselves for hours . . . → Read More: Three Ways to Have Fun, No Batteries Required

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