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Picky eaters… Picky habits…

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As we begin our work with the child to address feeding difficulties due to “picky” habits, we find that parents sometimes have their own restrictive eating habits too. – Kristen

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Help SPD Kids over the Holidays (Tips for Sensory Processing Disorder)

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This is great advice for parents of children with SPD over the holidays. Routine is very important! – Kristen

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Cognitive Development in Toddlers

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Various factors impact the cognitive development and skills of a child. Click here to learn more about significant points in a toddler’s cognition and thought process. – Kristen

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Alternative Seating for the Classroom

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Help kids concentrate in class… Read the link below to learn more about modifying classroom seating. – Kristen

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Dyslexia GOLD – A way to improve child’s reading skills

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Make “Reading” a daily habit… – Kristen

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Kids on Tantrums

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Children having a fit, in a bad mood, or seemingly hysterical could be so frustrating sometimes… So, here are some practical ways to help ‘control the uncontrollable’… – Kristen

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Calm Down Plan (For Parents)

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Breathe… Chill… Relax… – Kristen

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Calm Down Kits (For Kids)

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We often get the question: “What can I put in a calm down kit”? Click HERE to download essential items for anxious kids. – Kristen

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Is Time on the Playground More Important Than Time in the Classroom?

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I have been preaching this for years…..movement is like a drug. This article from Sunny Skyz via NPR makes a compelling argument. ~ Kristen Masci

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The Joy of Coloring

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Parents, have you ever found yourself coloring in your child’s coloring book and felt yourself travel into a state of ZEN? I had a college roommate that had a stack of coloring books and crayons. It seemed weird in 1994, but after reading this article by Hillari Dowdle it makes sense. My rising 6th grader and her friends have been …

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