Get Ready To Go To Big School Available on Kindle this book helps to introduce the subject of getting ready for big school for children and carers. What Dr John DeGarmo author says about it “Get Ready to Go to Big School is a wonderful book for those children preparing to leave their home and […]
Blind and visually impaired children can not experience the delights of building with lego!
If you decide to use our templates then you can follow along with the instructions on how to make a butterfly plush or felt toy. This is an easy/ medium skills project for children and adults. Start by buying the pattern on our download page ( if you want to buy the life cycle of […]
Perfect health is difficult to achieve. We all will experience symptoms of physical illness at some time. In our mature years we try to be responsible in avoiding disease and keeping an eye upon both our physical and mental health in order to avoid disease. However, we must be aware that not only mature but […]
Today’s world is packed full of electronic media from televisions and MP3s to video games and portable DVD devices. There are several companies that tout the educational and developmental value of such devices but do these devices do more harm than good? There have been a multitude of studies conducted by reputable institutions that have […]
Music is an incredible way of helping children and adults to develop their potential when used creatively in a non committal way. Patients who receive musical therapy often showed great improvement in temperament and learning skills. Music connects to the non-verbal part of our brains, making it a perfect therapy for processing disorders in which […]
Activity 1: Story-Writing For older children a story-writing activity using the scented pens or crayons from the activity set are an ideal way to focus on imagination, sensory interpretation and sensory tolerance in a stimulating and engaging way. It helps to provide the child with a title, or topic (for example – ‘The Fruit Bowl […]