Holly loves doing experiments and learning new things in science class! But when she finds out the next experience is making slime, she’s worried. Slime is made with glue, and glue is sticky. Holly has sensory issues because of her autism and doesn’t like anything sticky! With help from family and her teacher, Holly receives the accommodations and encouragement she needs to give slime a try.
Terrific example of using a children’s book to provide an engaging, relatable narrative children and adults can use to educate and help with challenges—in this case, autism spectrum disorder.
For my husband, Dave, and my kids, Noelle, Holly, and Nick
For Max, Mattiece, and all the kids with superpowers, may you all rock the world and continue to amaze us