Posts Tagged “imagination”

Children’s party entertainment in a box with Tall Tales Puzzle Parties and 15% discount code

By | November 24, 2013

As regular readers of my blog will know, a certain T had a birthday recently. It gave us the perfect opportunity to try out a "party in a box" from Tall Tales Puzzle Parties: Puzzle Parties – great fun for kids and easy for YOU! home of the original adventure puzzle party “Everyone had a […]

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Singing Into My Hairbrush #Prose4T

By | November 21, 2013

Sometimes a piece of music can just transport you back, like a proverbial time machine. The music I’ve included at the end of today’s #Prose4T did just that. The words will, I hope explain: Singing into my hairbrush, imagining I’m a star. The bright lights and the music, I’ve dreams, I’m sure I’ll go far. […]

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“The Adventures of Red, Ben and Haunted Girl” – a comic by D

By | October 6, 2013

Yesterday we had to go into town, there were lots of shoppers and immense sensory overload for D, what with the sights, sounds and smells. We’d usually pop into a Costa or Starbucks for a bit of "sanctuary" but those were absolutely packed, with queues to the door. Eventually we found a quiet (ish) corner […]

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The Adventures of Banana Man #SSAmazingAchievements

By | September 25, 2013

One of the misconceptions about individuals with autism is that they have no imagination. Based on experiences with T and D, I’d suggest that it’s more that imagination is impaired, ie they’re unsure how to process it. D is very into her reading (as is T) and she produced this comic on Sunday, which delighted […]

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