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12/27/2018
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We hope you’re enjoying a warm and wonderful winter break with your family! Read on if you’re looking for new ideas for spending time together that will get you out of the house and/or tap into your creative side.

We also have fun and practical suggestions for engaging our students in activities that are secretly life skills lessons (in case they’ve gotten this far without knowing how to sew on a button, check the pressure on their tires, or plan and shop for a meal). Happy New Year!

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Winter break togetherness

When the hustle and bustle of the holidays recedes, families settle back into their usual routines. If your student is home for a few more weeks, though, you understandably want to spend meaningful moments together. Whether you have a day or two or just a few hours, here are some ideas for quality bonding.

Time for some adulting lessons?

Adulting includes all sorts of exciting everyday things like grocery shopping, cooking, money management — even just making your own appointments. If your student hasn't absorbed what they need to know just by watching you, you can play catch up while they’re home on break. Read more.

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