Tuesday, January 21, 2014


The kids are home today because school is closed - a snow day. Funny thing is, not a single snow flake has fallen. The weatherman is forecasting 3-6 inches, with the snow beginning to fall later this afternoon. I'm not sure why school was cancelled today, but this is the South, and that probably explains it!

So, what do you do with your child with special needs when it snows? My older children would be happy to spend the day on the couch napping (Ashley) or whiling away the hours with video games (Ronnie), but since we are coming off of a 3 day weekend already, I don't think they need to do anymore of those activities.

If you need some ideas on how to keep your children engaged during no-school days, check out these activities:

Snow Day Activities for Your Child with Special Needs

Snow Day Strategies for Children with Autism

Fun Winter Activities for Kids with Special Needs

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