Issue # 3, October 2010
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Free Printable Halloween Coloring Pages
Here's a nice freebie for you...
Have you found that your special needs child is drawn to coloring? I know mine are.
In fact, the only way I could get my child with Aspergers Syndrome to sit down to practice printing was to provide coloring pencils - suddenly writing was art! Poof, he sat down and practised his letters without complaint.
My kids are also especially drawn to Halloween too - the drama aspect maybe? The 'freedom' to show emotions like fear? Or maybe the freedom to be 'bad' and not get into trouble... :-)
So... here's a nice freebie for you.
A fellow SBIer has generously offered his original Halloween drawings as coloring pages.
Choose from any one of the nine great drawings to spice up your family Halloween.
Did You Know...
You can ask financial planning expert Graeme Treeby about long term financial planning for your child with special needs? It's not as cut and dried as you may think....
Pick Graeme's brain, (for free!) here:http://www.special-need-child-canada.com/ask-about-long-term-financial-planning
Visit my other websites related to special needs for more helpful information and products...
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