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The Origin of MDH Toys Reading Spinners

The Origin of MDH Toys Reading Spinners 0

8 years ago my youngest son was diagnosed with Autism. He was completely nonverbal until just after his 5 birthday in kindergarten. He was also a tactile visual learner and needed hands on tools and materials to use for learning. 
When he started showing interest in letters, I knew he needed something to help him with his fidget needs so that he would take a longer time focusing so he could

  • Miriam Handfield
Beautiful Collab Photo taken By Instagram Influencer @Julianna042614

Beautiful Collab Photo taken By Instagram Influencer @Julianna042614 0

Big thank you to @Julianna042614 on instagram for a beautiful collab! She provided us with this video along with numerous photos. We are very grateful to her for the wonderful work.

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Miriam Handfield
Name Puzzles Can Be So Much More Than Just Puzzles

Name Puzzles Can Be So Much More Than Just Puzzles 0

Custom name puzzles can be used for so much more than just a puzzle. The letters are thick and easy to grasp making them a great...
  • Miriam Handfield

Wood Toy Cameras Spark the Imagination 0

Preschoolers love to pretend play and our wooden toy camera is a great tool for sparking the imagination.
  • Miriam Handfield

Montessori. Waldorf. Reggio. What is the difference? 0

People often ask about the differences between Montessori, Waldorf and Reggio. Although all 3 educational learning systems use beautiful handcrafted wooden toys along with natural materials, they are very different from each other. 
  • Miriam Handfield
Importance of Play

Importance of Play 5

While we’ve all been trying our best, at times it may seem like there is nothing we can do. But It's important to have our children learning with physical objects such as drawing on paper or playing with blocks instead of letting YouTube recommendations decide what they watch during this quarantine period. 
  • S Handfield