This little autistic boy was a runner. Everywhere he went, he would run, in stores, museum, nature parks,... It was the way he moved to interact with the environment. His bright eyes and a ...

   What if instead of learning everything on a piece of paper we brought it to life?   Nathan was a six years old boy. He was autistic yet very high functioning and very verbal. He liked to ...

Wherever he goes, Ethan has this special talent of remembering the exact route; he has this capacity of seeing road maps in his head. It’s the way he interacts with the world around him. Ethan ...

A little history It all started "for the purpose of teaching geography". In 1767, John Spilsbury, a teacher in England, created the first jigsaw puzzle, adhering his maps to flat hardwood, he ...

                       Lots of people have been asking about the dog you see in so many of our playdate pictures , even my own personal profile photo, and gladly I can answer! The dog ...

Recently, Rowan has started to become a journalist and has become very active in his own learning, interviewing the people around him in order to explore deeply some topics of the national curriculum ...

Christmas is a particularly challenging time of the year for autistic kids and their families. The amount of overwhelming external stimuli, so typical of Christmas celebrations and festive ...

Pokemon Go is a new app that has created lots of interest from young people to old all around the world! It has also captured the attention of one of the kids that attends playdates at Horse Boy ...

Learning about tens and units Let’s find the brachiosaurus and the iguanodon! Goal: learning about the concept and the meaning of tens and units During the game: We were looking ...
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