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Toddler Sleepwear, taking off diaper, zippered Back pajamas, that are child proof, to stop little escape artists!

DIY Wipe and Diaper holder... She has a ton of cute DIY projects on her site, lots of baby stuff!

Clothes for children with sensory processing disorders. SPIO is made of a patented Lycra fabric with a unique multi-directional stretch. SPIO offers a variety of comfortable and affordable styles that can be worn under clothing all day.

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Bye Bye Binky; Ten Tips for easily Weaning Pacifer

Bye Bye Binky; Ten Tips for easily Weaning Pacifer from Babies and Toddlers. Pin now, read later.

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Emergency Medical Information Cover - Special Needs Child

Emergency Medical Information Cover - Special Needs Child. $20.00, via Etsy.

Can be used as a goodbye poem or just as fun sayings to say goodbye in the classroom!

Website where you take a picture of your child sleeping, upload it, and pick a Tooth Fairy to stick in your picture. Proof that the Tooth Fairy was at your house! The site also has Santa and the Easter Bunny- Genius!

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10 DIY Montessori Inspired Activities For Your Toddler

10 DIY Montessori Inspired Activities For Your Toddler | Babble

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Weighted Blankets 101: When & How to Use Weighted Blankets

When the child is awake, drape it across his lap or around his shoulders. The deep pressure touch stimulation brought about by the blanket will produce serotonin in the child, which is a hormone that will help to calm him down and produce a happier frame of mind.

Great ideas here, and if you add some glycerin to thicken the water the bits move around a bit slower too.

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Teaching Toddlers Care of Self

Teaching toddlers self care and empathy

Easing the Transition to the Toddler Bed http://www.ahaparenting.com/ages-stages/toddlers/crib-to-toddler-bed

This bit of brilliance was designed for students with special needs. Each child has his or her own personal space, which can be outfitted with any sensory comforts that the child might need. AWESOME. Also, one or two of these in a library center would be a super-cool semi-private space for any kid. COOL!