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How to Explain Autism to Neurotypical Kids via @pixilatedskies

Raising aware and open-minded neurotypical kids starts when you teach them that there are people who are born with different circumstances than them. Here are a few tips for explaining autism to neurotypical kids.

I appreciate you more because of the road I traveled. My story brought me to you, and I wouldn’t revise a word of my past if it led me anywhere but to your door.

I appreciate you more because of the road I traveled.

Vocational Targets for Students with Autism- 7 Skills to help get your students job ready.

Vocational Targets for Students with Autism- 7 Skills to help get your students job ready.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Make bath time fun with fizzies! Step 1: Mix 2 tsp unsweetened lemon drink mix, 1 tsp flour or cornstarch, and 4 tsp ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda in a bowl. Step 2: Mix 4 tsp baby oil or mineral oil with 3-6 drops of food coloring in a separate bowl. Step 3: Slowly mix the colored mixture in the dry ingredients. Step 4: Make small 1" balls of mixture. Place on wax paper to dry. It takes 24-48 hours for fizzies to dry completely. Add fizzies to your regular bath - they make great gifts too!

Make bath time fun with fizzies! Step 1: Mix 2 tsp unsweetened lemon drink mix, 1 tsp flour or cornstarch, and 4 tsp ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda in a bowl. Step 2: Mix 4 tsp baby oil or mineral oil with 3-6 drops of food coloring in a separate bowl. Step 3: Slowly mix the colored mixture in the dry ingredients. Step 4: Make small 1" balls of mixture. Place on wax paper to dry. It takes 24-48 hours for fizzies to dry completely. Add fizzies to your regular bath - they make great gifts too!