As you all know, Playful Bee is all for Pretend Play because it is one of the most important (and fun!) ways for your child to learn a wide variety of social-emotional, linguistic, cognitive, and physical skills. Now, don't tune out yet if your child has autism or another developmental delay or diagnosis, such as ADHD, epilepsy, dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities, that makes it harder for abstract play. 1 in 6 children are now diagnosed with these "different abilities," as the author of the blog post puts it. She is a mom of a boy with Asperger's Syndrome and believes that with love, patience, and imagination kids, like her son can come to enjoy pretend play!
Read on to learn how a banana helped her son learn how to pretend play on www.playfulbee.com/blog
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