Hello, I have compiled this list of different fun Sensory/Educational Activities you can do with your child (children) over the summer or anytime to help keep them active, learning and to help prevent summer regression.  I do Not take credit for any of these activities, I have learned them from books, therapists, teachers, and off the internet.  I simply have kept them around to use and do with my own child and now have organized/compiled them into this list!  These activities are not in any way meant as medical advice. They are just activities that you and your child may enjoy doing.   I have categorized them to make it easier to find the different types of skills you may be looking for.  Please keep in mind that a lot of these activities can be used at many different levels and for many different skills just adjust to what is appropriate for your child’s needs.

As always, you know your child best, but please use caution when doing these activities!

I have compiled this list of different Online Educational Resources/Activities you can do with your child (children) over the summer or anytime to help keep the learning process going and to help prevent summer regression.  I have learned them by searching the internet for different things that would be educational, fun and that may help my own son.  I simply have kept them around and now have organized/compiled them into this list!  They are activities that you and your child may enjoy doing and that may help with different skills!  Please keep in mind I have not validated nor am I responsible for any information or services provided by third parties and I claim no responsibility for the content of these sites. The websites listed are placed for informational purposes only. I recommend that you check them out prior to allowing your children to use them to ensure safety.

As always, you know your child best! 

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Making Connections ASD Networking Group of the Autism Society of Alabama has partnered with Huntsville Public Library to provide a Lending Library of books related to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Making Connections and the Autism Society of Alabama purchase books related to ASD each year and donate them to Huntsville Public Library to help educate the general public about ASD and to give families, teachers & professional’s access to information they may need. The following books are available to everyone for check-out at the Huntsville Public Library’s Main Branch at 905 Monroe Street.

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