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4-Year-Old

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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Social Skills Activities for Kids

Social skills development can be difficult to teach, and it makes it more challenging teaching young boys this skill when most therapy materials focus on…

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Hospitals and Stores are Sold Out of Masks: Speech Blubs Wants to Help!

During this pandemic, Speech Blubs wants to do all we can to help spread the word about helping first responders and responsible citizens to get…

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How to Teach Music for Babies

While most children won’t grow up to become the next great composer, baby music class has plenty of benefits for your baby’s development. When to…

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10 Tips for Improving Reading and Language Learning

If your children are anything like my nieces and nephews, they want the same books read night after night, and often avoid their slightly trickier…

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Making Dream Boards - A Chance to Build Language and Self-Expression

As a speech-pathologist for teenagers, I am constantly trying to find ways to keep them engaged in their learning. Oftentimes, when we meet our students…

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Teaching Shapes to Preschoolers is Easy!

One thing toy companies get right is making lots of hands-on, 3D shapes toddlers can sort, fit into corresponding hole shapes, and blocks. Starting at…

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The Best Inexpensive Children’s Books that Foster Reading

Babies love to listen to your voice in utero, and that love continues when they join us earth-side. There are many different things you can…

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Music Elevates Your Child’s Speech Development

Research studies and medical professions are in agreement that music is a great aid for learning and memory. I can belt out every word of…

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How to Teach Kids About Their Feelings through the Holidays

For each holiday, we’ll begin by identifying the associated feeling vocabulary and recognizing what it feels like in our own body, and what it looks…

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Sensory Play Activities for Babies 0-18 Months

Sensory play for babies and toddlers is an important part of the interactions parents bring to their children. Engaging their senses is the beginning of…

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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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Reading vs. Adult Communication

Reading is excellent for so many different skills beyond speech and language development. It works on attention, comprehension, vocabulary, turn-taking, and fine motor skills such…

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How to Improve Reading Comprehension, Fluency, and Speech Production

Reading comprehension and fluency can have many positive effects, such as: Increasing speech production Improving receptive language Growing vocabulary Improving social skills (e.g. turn-taking) Growing…

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A Guide to Gardening With Kids

Time in nature teaches kids all kinds of wonderful lessons about science and biology, gets them interested in healthy eating, boosts mental health and well-being,…

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5 Novel at-Home Play-based Learning Activities You Should Try

The best way to help them learn and improve is to make it fun and spontaneous. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 5 novel play-learn…

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Kids Music and Speech Therapy

Music engages a wide range of processing mechanisms, from sound encoding (deciphering a trumpet from a flute) to higher cognitive functions such as sequencing, attention,…

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Dinosaurs for Kids - Why Are Dinos So COOL?

What you’ll find in this blog: The DINO Obsession Types of Dinosaurs List of Cool Dinosaur Videos for Kids Speech Blubs’ Dino Rawrs Meet our…

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