Anne-Elisabeth Germain

Queens, New York

B.A in Speech Language Pathology

Anne holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. Additionally, she’s had more than 5 years of experience working with the children population either as a French tutor, an assistant teacher or a lead teacher. Within those years of experience, she has not only assisted and developed instructional lesson plans, but she has implemented creative based and fun learning activities for the children.

Anne-Elisabeth Germain's Articles
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Common Techniques Used by Speech Therapists

In this reading, you will get to see some of the common techniques used by speech therapists and hopefully, you can use some of them…

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Fun Cooking with Kids to Improve Their Talking Skills

Did you know that it can be fun cooking with kids? Cooking and baking with your toddler can be a great bonding activity and a…

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Selective Mutism vs. Shyness

Your three-year-old is your pride and joy. Their smile just brightens your day and they are everything you could have ever wanted. They love to…

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How to Use Everyday Routines to Build Language Skills

Waking up, getting dressed, and eating a meal are routines we do everyday. But did you know sneaking in some speech practice within these daily…

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Grocery Store Learning Activities for Kids

Shopping with kids can be overwhelming! But it doesn’t always have to be. In fact, buying groceries can be fun for both you and your…

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Lego Learning Activities for Your Toddler

Legos are quite entertaining and they sure keep your little ones occupied, regardless of their sizes, shapes, or forms. In addition to bringing a world…

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How Speech Therapists Use Mr. Potato Head

Many speech therapists incorporate the use of toys into their speech therapy. One of their favorites is using Mr. Potato Head during their therapy sessions….

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How to Use Flashcards for Toddlers

If you want to improve your child’s development, using learning flashcards for toddlers can be extremely helpful for their articulation and vocabulary skills. In fact,…

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How Anxiety Affects Speech in Children

An anxiety disorder in children? What could they possibly be worried about? They’re just children after all! For many, the idea of a child having anxiety…

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Selective Mutism: An Introduction for Parents

Is selective mutism a speech or language disorder? Moreover, is it a real condition? I’m sure these are just some of the questions you have…

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Pacifiers: The Pros and Cons

Many parents joke around about pacifiers being their new best friends. Some even say they’re a life savior; but is it always good to use…

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Play-Doh Ideas to Encourage Toddlers’ Talking

Play-Doh and Play-Doh sets are a fun medium for kids to play with. Not only can it inspire a child to further explore their creativity,…

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7 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Speech Development

What is typical speech and language development? Research says that a child will begin speaking between the ages of 10 to 14 months. Also, by…

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Fun at-Home Speech Development Activities for Your Toddler

When it comes to improving your toddler’s speech, do you sit them down and work on specific language learning activities? Do you only use flashcards?…

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Einstein Syndrome: How to Recognize It, and What to Do

Often, parents become anxious when it comes to their child not meeting the appropriate developmental milestones for language. However, a language delay does not always…