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pronunciation | GE-bel (GEE-bel); gibel; noun; unique word

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150 items to Include in a Discovery Basket. A Discovery Basket or Treasure Basket is a basket that you fill with ordinary non-hazardous items for your child to explore. The theory behind it is that children are naturally inclined to explore and investigate to develop their own understanding and knowledge. Through exploring safe items that stimulate the senses, children are storing and retaining information about texture, taste, sound, appearance and scent.

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well he is 900 years old. must have some sort of dementia.

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So hard. I never knew how hard it would be to say good bye to you. If only I was given that chance. One last day with you.

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from allrecipes.co.uk

Basic plain sponge cake

Basic plain sponge cake. A very nice thing to make with dementia patients, especially, but who doesn't love the therapy of cake-making?!

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Craft and Other Activities for the Elderly: Face-Cloth Easter Bunny!

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I'm printing this one to hang up at work... so true for my nursing home residents! More

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Tom Kenyon - The Hathors - Quote - Love - Law of Attraction - Spirituality - Spiritual 2.jpg

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Ideas for various squishy balloons. If E could take a walk outside with an adult and fidget with one of these, would it be enough to help him reset? Also, how about a matching activity where he would guess what is inside?

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encephalon. Smart word! (lol) This word has Greek origins and entered English…

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