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8 Tips for Improving Your Child with Autism's Success w/Math

Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2014 3:41 am
by autismplusmath
With the help of some amazing friends in the special education community, I was able to write a book that can help children be more successful and less frustrated in math class as well as in life after high school. Math can be such a battle for some children, and contrary to the stereotype in the movie "Rain Man," not every child or adult with autism is comfortable with mathematics: in fact, it's more common for the opposite to be true. A lot of the recommendations and suggestions in the book are for using technology (online games and apps) to increase retention in less time than a typical night's homework. And as I've tried to do with the reviews on my blog, autismplusmath, my suggestions for specific games include adaptations that will reduce the frustrations for your child that can result from anxiety and sensory processing issues.

Glenn Laniewski

Re: 8 Tips for Improving Your Child with Autism's Success w/

Posted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:10 am
by autismplusmath
Additional resources for future and current readers of the amazon ebook can be found here and here.

Re: 8 Tips for Improving Your Child with Autism's Success w/

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 11:44 pm
by autismplusmath
I am providing for free this Saturday, copies of my ebook, "8 Tips for Improving Your Child With Autism's Success With Math." Starting at midnight Saturday February 22nd, click on the below link for details on how to download your free copy at Amazon:

http://autismplusmath.blogspot.com/2014 ... s-for.html

Re: 8 Tips for Improving Your Child with Autism's Success w/

Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 11:17 pm
by autismplusmath
We had over 50 downloads during the free giveaway weekend. Although it's no longer free, I've added more resources to the book, which is now up to 42 pages. Plus, you get a nifty redesigned cover to look at--all for three dollars and ninety nine cents.

8 Tips for Improving Your Child with Autism's Success with Math by Glenn Laniewski