2010 Hidden Curriculum One-A-Day Calendar for Kids - Items for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations

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AAPC Publishing, 2009
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Offers advice that touches on various aspects of growing up - at home, at school, and in the community. This calender includes items that are based on the experiences of the authors in daily life, and include such areas as texting, working in groups, friendship, sibling rivalry, understanding commonly used idioms, and more.
 

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Contents

September 1
27
November
29
May 6
December
December 20
IDIOMS January 15
February 2
May 7
June 4
June 14
June 22
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About the author (2009)

Authors Jen, Eric, Cameron, Craig, Jamie, and Jordon Blackwell collaborated on this year's One-A-Day Calendar, which gives daily advice (weekends are combined) for everyday social situations. With two of their children on the spectrum, the Blackwell family has great insight into living day-to-day with such disorders. Their oldest son, Cameron, soon to be 18, and their youngest son, Jordan, 11, learn new rules on a daily basis. This calendar contains some of their often hard-earned lessons that will, hopefully, help others with autism spectrum disorders in school, on the playground, at home, and throughout everyday life.

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