Early Learners Series - Magnetic Building Tiles

What is it? Magnetic building tiles

Why recommend?

  • Much easier to manipulate than regular blocks. It helps create an immediate sense of achievement. Success is the best motivation! Great for the little ones that are yet to master fine motor skills.

Price: $$$ (out of…

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Early Learners Series - weePOD Basix Toilet Trainer

What is it? weePOD Basix Toilet Trainer

Why recommend?

  1. It helps build confidence for the little one to sit atop any adult-sized toilet with its comfortable shape and cushion;
  2. It helps develop independence: the super squishy seat is simple to remove and replace even a little…

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Early Learners Series - LetterSchool – An Educational App

What is it? LetterSchool – an educational app

Why recommend?

  1. It is fun and rewarding with beautiful animation e.g. sparkling candy, squeaking tires, cuddly animals, whistling trains and humming lawn mowers;
  2. It helps build focus, fine motor skills and create muscle memory;
  3. It has 3…

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Early Learners Series - Wipe-clean Workbook for Pen Control

What is it? Wipe-clean Workbook for Pen Control

Why recommend?

  • If you ever feel the typical wipe-clean books have everything too small, too busy and too academic for your little one just starting out to be a big pen-master , this is the perfect wipe-clean for you…

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Early Learners Series – Skipper Ride ‘n’ Roll Bumper Car

What is it? Skipper Ride ‘n’ Roll Bumper Car

Why recommend?

  1. It allows your little one to be mobile and to explore before their little legs are able to cruise on their own (after which the fun continues, too);
  2. Safe and comfortable: its 360 degree swiveling…

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Early Learners Series – Radio Flyer Walker Wagon

What is it? Radio Flyer Walker Wagon: “the best walker”

Why recommend?

  1. "Resist push" gives confidence to the little ones, and peace-of-mind to parents;
  2. It won’t tilt or flip – beginners learn to walk with stability and control;
  3. Furniture-friendly with bumper protection

Price…

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IEP=Individualized Education Plan or Incapable Education Play?

So the IEP season is here. How are you feeling about your child’s IEP? There have been some discussions on IEP at Blossomville. Some parents are happy, some other are frustrated.

Here are some comments from Blossomvillers:

  • My son is in Grade 8 now. After

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I Wonder

When our children ask questions, we would like to offer answers, don’t we? I usually try to come up with the correct answers, but lately I find myself short of those, not to mention good ones.

The other day after dinner, it was getting dark and windy. The clouds…

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The Best Gift from Our Special Needs Children — Thankfulness

On Thanksgiving 2016, Blossomville.org was launched, which also marks our first Medium blog. Blossomville.org is the brainchild of us three moms living in Ontario, Canada. Our shared experiences of helping our children achieve the best potential medically and developmentally, as well as becoming better versions of ourselves, led us to…

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Ring The Bell

When I approach a new clients house many things swirl through my head. Things like bill payments, unfinished tasks, family and social life. The interview process being what it was, now the real scrutiny begins. From this point onward on every thought, word, and decision must be analyzed before it…

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