My wife and I took our 6-year-old twins, Harry and Luke, who have autism, to the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC last fall. Harry loved the space exhibits, and when
Reading seasonal and holiday books is the best way I know of to connect my kids to the cycle of the year. And that connection is critical. Holidays may be challenging for kids
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
In my search for books to introduce science concepts to my 4-year-old twins with autism, I came across a glowing review of Grandmother Fish on the National Center for Science Education's blog ("
Deep in the third trimester of my twin pregnancy, I arrived in the 'decorator' stage of nesting and pasted Very Hungry Caterpillar decals all over the nursery walls. So maybe it goes without