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Parents love receiving photos of their children.  You can send home notes, explain accomplishments during meetings, or send them emails.  However, when you send home a picture showing a milestone or accomplishment, it can really make a parent’s day.  Your school may require that a...

It has been one cold winter for us in North Carolina.  I know that our IAAFE community lives around the world.  However, regardless of where you live, take a moment today to step outside and enjoy the outdoors.  Often, we get so stuck in our...

Let your students start the day off on the right foot.  Encourage play and interaction as soon as they walk through the classroom door.  Place fun activities on their desks for them to either participate in independently, or for them to share with friends.  Use...

There are so many awesome professionals out there who just want to help you and your family.  Be sure to get everyone on your team talking and communicating with each other.  You and your child will reap all of the benefits from this collaboration. It is...

Have you ever met a child on the autism spectrum who did not have sensory needs?  Me neither!  You may find that several (or all) of your students have challenges sitting for extended periods of time.  Focusing and attending to tasks may also be difficult. ...