Volume 9 Issue 1 January 2022
A monthly newsletter published by MKSA LLC
How to Stay Safe in Cold Weather
With cold, snowy weather on the way, it's important to keep children warm and safe. We're sharing a few resources with tips for navigating outdoor play.
Sensory-Friendly Toys
The holidays--and gift/toy giving--may be a distant memory, but there is always a need for appropriate sensory-friendly toys. Different toys are appropriate for different ages and stages in a child's development. For newborns through preschool, this list offers solid suggestions. For a toddler-specific list, take a look here. Click here for a list of toys for older children with autism and sensory challenges.
Need to Get Out of the House?
It's that time of winter--when cabin fever kicks in. The cold, the snow, the need to do something. Below are a few resources for things to quell the cooped-up feeling:
What are YOU reading?
Our list of recommended books continues with a theme of indoor games and fun:
-21 Fun Indoor Games for Kids by Camelia Gherib
-105 Activities for Your Child With Autism and Special Needs by Susan Jules
-Great Big Book of Children's Games by Debra Wise and Sandy Forrest
January is...
National Blood Donor Month, National Oatmeal Month and Hot Tea Month. So... please donate, and relax afterward with a bowl of Quaker and a cuppa chamomile. Enjoy.
We're very social!
We are enjoying sharing on social media and we value all of our friends and followers. If you don't already follow us, we hope you will! We welcome your input and feedback and look forward to seeing you!
MKSA LLC | 516-731-5588| Email | Website