Managing Fixations: Interests Can Become Vocations for Kids With Special Needs by Paula Bendfeldt-Diaz
5 years ago
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Every child has strengths, passions and interests. Many children with special needs have what are considered fixations. That is the case with my 4-year-old who is obsessed with trains. Instead of trying to discourage this, I channel it into learning opportunities because interests and talents can easily develop into careers with a little direction.
- All of his train tracks give him room to be creative.
- We read books on how trains work.
- We visit train museums.
- He loves building LEGO trains.
- He enjoys drawing complex tracks.
I am certain that I have a future engineer on my hands!
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