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Friendship Circle Helps Children Lose the Training Wheels

Friendship Circle Helps Children Lose the Training Wheels

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When a child rides a bicycle without training wheels for the first time, it can be one of the most exciting and memorable experiences in his young life.
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A boy with special needs rides a standard bicycle after mastering a “user-friendly” bicycle provided by the Friendship Circle and Lose the Training Wheels.
A boy with special needs rides a standard bicycle after mastering a “user-friendly” bicycle provided by the Friendship Circle and Lose the Training Wheels.
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Isabelle Cohen Johnson Maine August 22, 2012

That would be great for my son... ☺ Reply

Richard Boca Raton, FL/USA August 21, 2012

Children With Special Needs It 's wonderful to see children with special needs" are they now are now referred to, riding bikes without aids. It instils self-confidence which can extend in many directions in their young lives, and produce lasting and amazing results which will last a life time. One way to help children who have speech defects learn to speak clearly is to teach them to sing. I ran the biggest and best nursery school in Philadelphia for 18 years. Among hundreds of children who attended during that time, were a number of so-called: "speech disabled" kids who were refused by other nursery schools in town. They learned to speak by singing songs with the entire group, every morning, five days a week, for two or three years. Every one of them improved their speech, some of them to an effect considered unbelievable by the so-called "experts" running loose those days. All of them attended normal schools from kindergarten on. NON went to "special" schools.. Reply