My son has been in Love with Thomas the Tank Engine for years! He is getting older now and is beginning to move on, but Thomas is still a very big part of our lives. We got our first Thomas the Tank Engine movie as a gift when he was about 18 months...
Learn how to do this fun craft.
Dot to Dot (or Connect the dots) activities are a great way to help your child develop and improve their fine motor skills, learn to draw, encourage creativity, and just have fun!!!
For everyday good behavior, free printable reward bucks, tickets and charts work wonders, but what about those big things your child does? An Award may be in order! Free printable awards are a great way to really congratulate your child for...
Rewarding children is a time tested approach to encouraging good behavior. It often occurs naturally for example when you praise your child or offer them a high five. Today's fast paced world has changed how parents reward their children as they...
Free printable chore charts can be used to help any child learn responsibility and for kids with developmental delays or autism they can also be used for daily scheduling, therapy scheduling or for actual chores!
Kids with special needs, such as autism, need a lot of visual support. Behavior charts and calendars can be expensive. Fine free reward charts and visual cues for special-needs children and students.
Kids can be all over the place when they should be doing their school work or homework! Add in some ADD or autism or any other disorder that can effect the attention span and homework time can become so difficult that parents start giving the...
It has long been known that having children do chores helps them build confidence, learn respect, improve behavior and encourage responsibility. Most parents have their child (ren) do something to help out around the house. When it comes to children...
There is a lot of information going around right now about the use of Nordic Naturals Children's DHA in children with Autism. Some people say it is a very effective treatment for Autism- I thought I would try to separate the facts from the hype for...