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  • Yes, We May Go Nuts But ….

    Does your child have a favorite book they want to read over and over again? Or worse, wants you to read over and over again? I bet you’ve memorized every word. You loved its adorable illustrations and clever text when you first brought it home, but now you’ve grown to hate it. You might even wish it would disappear forever.

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  • Parenting High Functioning Children On the Autism Spectrum

    See more of Parenting High-Functioning Autistic Children...

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  • Food for Thought – Going Barefoot Boosts the Brain

    It drove my mother crazy when I went barefoot as a kid. Still does – because I’m in stockinged feet in the fall and winter and barefoot the rest of the time!

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  • Sesame Street Story Time and Autism

    In this very special installment of Brightly Storytime, our read-along video series for kids, we welcome two amazing friends: Abby and Julia from Sesame Street! Ms. Linda shares her favorite word with the girls before reading We’re Amazing 1,2,3!, a delightful Big Golden Book by Leslie Kimmelman with illustrations by Mary Beth Nelson.

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  • Play Helps Children Feel Good About Themselves

    Children like games that test their physical abilities: running, climbing, jumping and exploring. These games bring children happiness and build confidence they can take into all areas of their lives.

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  • Trained Reading Helpers Inspire Children

    The first trained reading helpers have begun supporting children in Wandsworth nurseries as part of the new Story Starters reading programme which sees volunteers from the local community visit schools twice a week to help children aged three to five become ready to read.

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  • How to Help Children with Writing

    Successful writers understand the difference between strong and weak writing, and use that knowledge to create stronger drafts. In addition, successful writers revise and edit their own writing because they can read it critically, and know how to make it better.

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  • 28 Things We Wished We’d Learnt at School

    Does the school syllabus need a shake up? From financial budgeting, culture studies to empathy and sustainable living. These are a few skills you wish they taught in schools.

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  • Dementia Friendly Travel Destination

    A city near the south-east coast of Queensland is working to make a difference to the travel experiences of people with dementia.

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  • Want to Enrich Students’ Reading Lives

    I often hear teachers, parents, and students make implicit or explicit comments that reflect a bias against audiobooks. Some even argue that listening to books should not be confused with reading at all.

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