In "Faithful Journeys," a Tapestry of Faith program
Teaching Children about Disability
In the picture book, Dewey Doo-It Helps Owlie Fly Again by Brahm Wenger, Alan Green, and Jean Gillmore (The Helpful Doo-its Project, 2005), a group of animal friends devise some news ways to fly for a friend who can no longer use his wings. Find a list of books that help children explore disability online.
Explore the website of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.
Read a memorial piece about Christopher Reeve by his minister, Rev. Frank Hall of the Unitarian Church in Westport, Connecticut.
Children's Different Learning Styles and Intelligences
The Association for Childhood Education International has posted "Multiple Intelligences: Different Ways of Learning," by Judith C. Reiff, a guide sheet for parents to recognize and encourage their children's individual learning styles (e.g., visual, physical, logical, introvert, extrovert).
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