Center Opens for Autism Teacher Training and Observation

A new help center opened in Oregon to aid teachers and parents of autistic children. The center focuses on teaching skills to professional caregivers that will help understand the methods that work best with autistic children. In addition to helping teachers and caregivers the center also allows the children themselves to play with learning toys so their parents can see exactly what type of toys the children learn from.

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Center Opens for Autism Teacher Training and Observation

Types of Picture Books to Improve Your Toddler’s Language

As a child, I really liked Mr. Pine’s Purple House, but when I read it to little Danny he kept moving about and wouldn’t stay still.”

“All Suzy wants me to read is that predictable and redundant Eric Carle book, there’s gotta be other books out there!”

“Oh, I’ll just buy some books on sale. What does it really matter anyway?”

“Hmmm…Jake doesn’t seem to like books at all. Maybe he’s just too young?”

As we all know, sometimes toddlers can be unpredictable and somewhat perplexing (“Why does he do that?”). If you’re unsure about the type of book to buy or how to read to your toddler, allow me to help.

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Types of Picture Books to Improve Your Toddler’s Language