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Your darling baby is growing quickly and is now 6 months old! Where did the time go?! By 6 months your baby is learning a whole new skill set of emotional, physical, and social milestones. While each baby develops at his or her own rate, you may wonder if your baby’s development is on target …

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Between speech, language, and gross motor development, many children can fall behind with fine motor skills. One area of fine motor skills some children struggle with is the pencil grasp. A pencil grasp develops overtime and helps a child learn proper handwriting skills with pen, pencil, crayons, and markers. With this particular grasp writing skills …

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What is a heavy work activity?  Before my son was diagnosed with autism, I’d never heard the term before.  Because of his Sensory Processing Disorder combined with autism, heavy work activities were suggested. Thankfully, many day-to-day activities are considered “heavy work.”  As long as there is a push and pull sensation exerted on the muscles …

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  For over 100 years the Montessori Method of education has stood the test of time.   Today, the method is only gaining in popularity.   Parents are now extending the Montessori principles and activities to their own home.  Like many other parents I’ve found this method of teaching very valuable for my three-year-old with …

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