Tuesday, October 4, 2011

The sky is the limit - free printable quote in red and aqua.

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To celebrate Down syndrome awareness month, I created the poster above.

Feel free to download it, by double clicking it, and saving it to your computer. 
It should be fine to be printed in 8 x 10 format.

You can print it, and frame it like it is, or put it on pretty scrapbook paper or fabric.
So many possibilities...
Enjoy it!

My inspiration for this poster?

This blog:

Laura, the writer of this blog is a mom of a 4 year old girl with Down syndrome.

The reason why she writes the blog?

"I started this blog hoping to inspire other parents to help their children with Down syndrome reach for the sky! My daughter was reading words, before she was 2 years of age & reading books by 3.5 years. I believe kids with Down syndrome can do amazing things if we give them the right tools. I truly believe high expectations can make a tremendous difference in the lives of our children!"

This is such an inspiring blog to me, and full of great resources.

HERE is a video of the little girl reading the alphabet when she was only two years old.

This blog is awesome, and full of resources, not only for parents of children with Down syndrome, but for any parent who wants to give their child an early start with reading, and help them develop to their fullest potential.

Another awesome post is this one:
How can you stimulate a newborn?
Again, this post has great information for ANY parent of a newborn.
Most things in there are pretty easy to incorporate in your daily life as parent of a newborn.

Please check out this great blog!

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Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [04 Oct 09:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Laura said...

Thanks Mariska! I appreciate your kind words & you featuring my blog. I am planning to frame the poster for K's bedroom.

Anna said...

What a sweet poster. I have enjoyed reading up up and away. Its filled with great ideas. We have only had our daughter home for 14 months. She had no communication at 4.5 yo. I am thrilled at the progress we have made and hope we continue on this fast track. I feel like she was just waiting for someone to believe in her and give her a way to communicate.(she knows all her letters and sounds,reads 20ish words, knows her colors and 350+ signs.)