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Best resources for speech therapy at home! We cover parenting tips & speech and language development to bring you all you need to know to keep your child thriving.

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Fun at-Home Speech Development Activities for Your Toddler

These are some of the many questions parents and caregivers often wonder when working on their toddler’s speech and language skills. Also, while it can…

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Top 3 Ideas for Creative Projects at Home

Kids crafts are trusted by speech pathologists for speech therapy. They are a creative and colorful way to address receptive and expressive language issues, and…

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Wonderful Words - Word Learning for Children

First words are often a mixture of family names, and a few random ones like “doggy,” “baby,” “banana,” and the highly favored “no!” But after…

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Speech Therapy at Home: Keep Your Child Progressing!

One such scheduled kid activity could be your little one’s weekly therapy session with the speech-language pathologist (SLP). How frustrating! Just when you’re seeing real…

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Household Activities as Speech Therapy: Fruit Salad

At-home speech therapy activities? What does this mean exactly? When can you do it at home, and what activities are best? Does cooking with children count?…

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Turn Household Activities into Speech Therapy: Bathtime

Everyday household tasks or chores can become productive therapy opportunities if you know how to utilize them. For this blog post, I’m going to show…

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21 Kids Activities to Encourage Speech Development

Have you ever noticed your baby cries differently for different needs? Different cries are baby’s way of communicating with you! But how do a baby’s…

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11 Ways to Support Language during Your Family Meals

Family meals and gatherings are a great opportunity to model the use of language to babies and toddlers. Get the whole family involved and have…

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Kids Games that Teach Hygiene

I have a toddler (3-years-old) and we started around the age of 2 to show her the basics of hygiene: the good handwashing habits and…

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Importance of Outdoor Play

That’s great, but did you know that there are actual scientific benefits to having your child play outside?  Research has proven the need children have…

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My son was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss in both ears last year, and after his surgery, Speech Blubs is the best app to get him on track with kids his age.

- By Nola and Kory

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Best Silly Songs for Kids

Besides just being fun, music is a great way to teach kids, especially kids who struggle with language delays. The rhythm of the music and…

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More Literacy Tips to Help Your Child Reach Academic Success

A recent study was conducted in Canada and revealed:  …that 40% of adults have a hard time reading a newspaper, filling out a work- application…

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What are the Benefits of Teaching Sign Language to Children?

American Sign Language (ASL) has been one of the most popular forms of communication for individuals who have severe hearing loss or are deaf. It…

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6 Effective Ways to Teach Kids to Write

Learning to write is a tough skill and one which many young children find challenging. Developing key fine motor skills or experimenting with different writing…

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Kids and Learning to Read: An All-in-One-Guide

So, this blog attempts to put learning to read into the proper context. For example, it will cover its importance, the history of teaching approaches…

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Reading Motivation: A Critical Foundation in Early Reading Development

Looking more deeply into reading motivation can support your little one’s learning to navigate their journey in becoming a lifelong reader. What Exactly is Reading…

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