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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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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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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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Early Literacy: Why NOT to Teach Your Child the ABC's!

Various teaching methods have long been the targets of heated discussions, and none more so than phonics and whole language teaching. A teacher’s decision to…

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5 Strategies to Help Your Child’s Reading Development

Before giving you some background on how important reading is to your child’s development and why you should be reading on a nightly basis, I…

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I’m Dyslexic and My Preschooler Wants to Read: What Next?

For parents who have had challenges related to reading for most of their lives, reading and teaching one’s child how to read can be a…

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Improve Your Child’s Early Literacy Skills

Improving literacy skills does not mean giving your three-year-old assignments to work on, but simple actions can help. The best-known working method is reading stories…

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How to Foster an Early Love of Reading

If you start a routine of reading to your child, you provide health and development benefits that last a lifetime!  To help create a love…

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Early Literacy Skills and How to Encourage Them

Literacy is so much more than just being able to read and write; it’s about understanding, listening, speaking, spelling, and vocabulary. If a child is…

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Getting Ready to Read: Tips for Parents

That mysterious activity that the “big people” can easily do – reading – is no longer a complete secret. Sounding out new words is a…

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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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How Bedtime Stories can Reinforce Literacy Skills

A bedtime routine with stories builds a foundation of phonics, new vocabulary, and reading comprehension for children. Plus, your reading encourages excitement for reading. We…

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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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Developing Language Understanding at Home

Now, your little ones might not be at school or nursery, or your local speech therapy might not be available, but this doesn’t mean your…

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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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Family Activities to Do While Quarantined

I’m located in N.J. and it seems like every day we are given more directives about what not to do! I wanted to give you…

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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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