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“That’s Like Me” and “Teach Your Kids to Think!” (book reviews by two moms)

Recently, I asked two moms to review books for me. The books had been shipped my way for a Kidlutions Preferred Product Award testing. After looking through them, I knew they qualified! However, I wanted to go one step further and have two different moms review the books. I knew these moms would really appreciate […]

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Learn to Sign with Children who have Exceptional Needs

Learn to Sign with Children who have Exceptional Needs:* You are cordially invited to a teleclass sponsored by Our Journey Thru Autism.  The goal of this course is to teach  parents, educators and anyone else interested with learning basic and adaptive sign language.  Homeschool students are very much welcome to join the class! Date: Monday, […]

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November 8, 2010

Twitter Charity Hat #18: Miss Lily’s Special Teas

What is the Twitter Charity Hats campaign all about? Stop by the Mommy Perks Media Buzz page to read various interviews, media spots and more. Hat weeks are now booked through January, 2011. Click here to see who’s on the waiting list so far. Bottom Line: A small business ships me a hat with their […]

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20 Tips: Summer fun ideas for the family (or the nanny!)

Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, May 4th, 2010. A big thank you to Baby Stay Asleep for offering ten of the 20 ideas! Obstacle Courses 50 activity ideas for the family! Homemade Bubble Wands “Heavy Work” Activities (sensory-based for special needs) Ready for Kindergarten: Fine Motor Activities Healthy Cooking Ideas for kids (including those […]

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January 20, 2010

Interview: Gracie and her special need…a prosthetic eye

Many of you already know my background, in regard to my son’s prosthetic eye and why I began my PCS business to help other kids work through emotional and/or behavioral struggles. I recently clicked a twitter link to read a Ficklets review…which took me to a website about a little girl who wears glasses because […]

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Wouldn’t it be better if kids like that just did not exist?

*This article was originally posted on examiner.com. Jump over there to view the comments left by readers. Wouldn’t it be better if kids like that just did not exist? When examiner asked us to write more localized pieces, I started by writing a couple of humorous bits. All the while I was trying to wrap […]

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