Monthly Archives: October 2012

Carly’s Voice

Carly Fleischmann was once trapped by autism. Now she speaks up for neurodiversity. Continue reading

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Throw Strangely Amusing Parties

Host a pig pen party. Or a box party. Or get gluing with friends and make some art. Strange parties are the best parties. Continue reading

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You’re Having A Perfect Day

Why is this a perfect day? Continue reading

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Educating Too Early

Learning does not necessarily flow from instruction. Especially for preschoolers. Continue reading

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