Category Archive: Visual


Imaginative play can offer sweet rewards!

For years, while raising my Autistic daughter Sophia, the occupational therapists would harp on me to interrupt her any time she resorted to lining things up or got too obsessive about stacking and sorting. There is one part of me that agrees I need to stretch her to move outside of her instincts and learn …

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Activity: Combine Patterns and Reading

Try mixing old activities to create new ones. Sometimes we get into the rut of using the same learning toys over and over the same way. Try mixing it up to combine an activity they are very good at and enjoy with something more difficult for them. In this example, I took the wooden boards …

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