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Facts About the Importance of Play

When children play we often just think they're having fun, but research has shown that the benefits of play extend far beyond that in early childhood. Such a key resource in understanding the effects and benefits of play on early childhood development.

One of my main passions in child therapy is trauma. It’s very weird telling people that I enjoy working with traumatized and abused children. I usually get a really strange look. Unfortunatel…

A Creative Way to Assess Trauma History

One of my main passions in child therapy is trauma. It’s very weird telling people that I enjoy working with traumatized and abused children. I usually get a really strange look.

Calm Down Bin for sensory meltdowns and tantrums. Great list of tools for kids with sensory processing disorder to help them regain control and get the input they need.

Calm Down Bin For Sensory Meltdowns

preschool sensory activities Calm Down Bin for sensory meltdowns and tantrums. Great list of tools for kids with sensory processing disorder to help them regain control and get the input they need.

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Sparkling with Love and Light, a pastel-pink Oval Morganite gem glows with the ultimate feminine beauty. Set in our timeless six-prong setting with ten Champagne Diamonds for the perfect shimmering ad

10 Must Read Books For Every Professional Woman (Updated for 2015!) | Classy Career Girl

10 Must Read Books For Every Professional Woman

I want social skill activities for my kids to mean something. Sometimes these lessons turn into more talk and less action. I’ve tried games but wanted something my kids could take back and do in their classrooms. This challenge is great for children with Autism or small groups working on social skills to apply and actually use what you have been working on!

The Social Skills Challenge: Enforcing Target Skills in Speech

Sometimes these lessons turn into more talk and less action. This challenge is great for children with Autism or small groups working on social skills to apply and actually use what you have been working on!

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