Worm (Take-off!: Bug Books)

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PARENT TO PARENT OF PENNSYLVANIA – Linking families of children and adults with disabilities or special needs. Some teach in magnet, charter, and private schools. His father and I have had discussions with him as to how he could be more sensitive to other kids, and our feeling too, but the concepts don't seem to be sinking in. At CLE, special needs students participate in typical activities all college students enjoy – and they develop the social skills to help them establish lasting, rewarding relationships with new-found confidence.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Heinemann Library (February 28, 2000)

ISBN: 0431016615

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