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Paddling Pool Safety

Paddling Pool Safety Swimming can be a fun affair for your children but paddling pool safety should always be the first thought. As a parent or guardian, whenever you take your children swimming whether, in your private pool or a public one, you will need to fully concentrate on your children to ensure they are safe […]

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The 10 Best Radio-Controlled Cars

The 10 Best Radio-Controlled Cars If you are in the search for radio-controlled cars, then you have come to the right place. Radio controlled toys have been in existence for long and are used by both adults and children. Nothing beats the excitement of racing your toys as you compete with your friends. Here we […]

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The Melissa And Doug Success Story

Toy making started from way back. In the 18th century, however, there was an increase in the range and number of toy products that were available on the market. John Spilsbury’s first invention was that of a jigsaw puzzle that helped children learn and understand their geography and it is interesting how Melissa and Doug […]

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Scalextric Cars

Scalextric Cars History Slot car racing started in the early 1900s, and it was not until the 1930s that it became a hobby to most enthusiasts. The slot cars during this time mainly used small engines. It became such a big sport that craftsmen started finding ways of making the slot cars better. Scalextric cars […]

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10 Best Children’s Wooden Playhouses Review For 2017

10 Best Children’s Wooden Playhouses Review For 2017 Why would you consider wooden playhouses for your young family you may ask? Well, little children can be quite a handful when as they grow. They have too much energy in them and are just beginning to get acquainted with their environment. Playtime and games become something […]

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HORNBY TRAINS

HORNBY TRAINS How many of us would have fond memories of our first Hornby trains? Trains have always held a peculiar fascination, and still do, despite the demise of the original steam monsters that once graced our tracks. The fact that there are so many preserved railways operating with lovingly rebuilt and restored steam locomotives, and […]

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My First Steiff Bear

Steiff Teddy Bears If you’ve ever been lucky enough to own or have owned a Steiff Bear, then you will know the quality of their toys. Most owners will say they “I remember my first steiff bear” with great fondness. Steiff teddy bears are probably one of the best known and best loved teddy bears […]

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34 Edible Sensory Play Ideas For Kids That Put Everything in Their Mouth

Not an article by ourselves, nor directly related to autism, however I feel it applies perhaps even more strongly here. Plus, nom, food.

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The reason I jump

Written by an autistic child of only 13 years old, this book gives a rare insight into the reasons behind his behavior.. The reason he jumps, as it were. Written with emotion, you feel his joy, pain and wonder at the world. “”The Reason I Jump” is a Rosetta stone. . . . I had […]

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Mr Men and helping your child to make friends

Children with autism or Aspergers syndrome often perceive their own personality or that of others differently. When asked to what they or themselves or other children are like, descriptions relating to height, age or appearance are used. If personality is described, it will tend to focus simply on whether someone is ‘nice’ or not. Non-autistic […]

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