So many kids with autism love numbers. And why shouldn't they? Numbers are predictable, familiar, and orderly. My 5-year-old twin boys became really, really interested in numbers when they were two, and they
In the heat of July, my 5-year-old twin boys begged to watch The Nightmare Before Christmas every day. But I'm not complaining. There's no question that they inherited the Halloween gene from me.
Once upon a time, I thought I'd be able to potty train my two-year-old twin boys in three days, just like the internet promised I could. I was in denial about my situation:
Part two of my summer reading list for kids on the autism spectrum features 10 more of the year-so-far's standout picture books and board books. Click here to read last week's post for
Summer reading isn't just for typically developing kids; it's a precious opportunity to create a lifetime association between reading and leisure. So far, 2017 has been a great year for picture books that
Both of my twins' autism preschools use an oversized calendar during their morning circle times. Kids manipulate velcro components to update it daily and learn about the concept of day, month, and year,