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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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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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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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How to Teach Story Elements to Kids

Before children can utilize the key elements of a story, they need to be able to identify the sections confidently.  So, what are the components…

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Great Ways to Break the Cycle of Homeschool Boredom

Field Trips A great way to shake up the day of homeschooled children is to take regular field trips. These should be planned, given a…

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6 Tips to Help Your Child Develop Reading Skills

The time of bedtime stories has passed, and now it’s time your children started reading on their own. You’re probably wondering how you can help…

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No-Sew Kids Face Mask Ideas Made from Household Items

In deciding what your next DIY projects will be, considering making your own protective face masks like the medical masks doctors wear. With the widespread…

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How to Do Speech Therapy at Home

Tips for Success It is overwhelming at first to start speech therapy for toddlers at home. However, you don’t have to be a speech therapist…

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Is Your Toddler’s Attention Span Typical?

To be even more inclusive, the attention spans of neurotypical children can be much different than kids with ADHD or those on the Autism spectrum….

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How Speech Therapists Use Mr. Potato Head

In this blog, you see how speech therapists use this classic toy for speech practice.  Following directions These toys can be great in helping kids…

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How to Use Flashcards for Toddlers

When Can You Start Using Flashcards for Kids?  Parents, you can start using flashcards when your child is as early as six-months-old. While that might…

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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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Speech Ideas for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

Holidays are an effective and fun way to teach new vocabulary to your kids. Kids will remember more deeply and sooner if they are having…

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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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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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11 Indoor Activities for Toddlers and Children

Right now the world is facing a pandemic that is forcing us to stay at home. And while we all love spending the extra time…

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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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10 Christmas Speech Therapy Games for Easy Seasonal Practice

For parents, too, this run-up to the Christmas holidays is a crazy busy time. There are getting kids ready to finish terms, calendar year-end testing,…

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