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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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How to Teach Children about Diversity

As the title says, this blog is about teaching children about diversity and all of the issues involved. This is good reading for parents and…

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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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How Positive Parenting Affects Your Child

Before we dive into the research and benefits, it’s important to know what’s behind the concept of positive parenting. This parenting style believes all children…

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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 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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How to Teach Kids Self-Discipline: 4 Easy Ways

The term ‘self-discipline’ is also referred to as self-control.  A self-disciplined individual needs to control or ignore his or her own impulses to meet an…

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Creating Milestones for Kids: Turning Goals into Magic

The first steps toward achievement are the most difficult. Where to go, how to go, and when to go are just some of the questions…

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5 Ways to Teach Toddlers and Preschoolers Patience

Still, it can be difficult for a very young child to learn patience, especially since they don’t yet understand the importance of being patient –…

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How Preschool Kids Learn Colors

One common developmental milestone that parents ask about is the milestone of recognizing colors. The truth is, every child is different and learns colors at their…

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How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus

Children may also start asking questions about the pandemic and may exhibit emotional responses to the virus. Parents, school officials, family members, and even other…

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How To Curb Bad Language in Children

I’ll never forget the first time we heard our daughter swear. We were on our way home from The Bronx Zoo with my sister-in-law and…

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How to Teach Kids about Health Literacy

But what you may not know is that literacy and numeracy play a large role in a child receiving education about their health. These two…

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Good Parenting Makes Creative Children

Whether you’re a permissive parent or an authoritarian parent, child behavior can be confusing. I present creative ideas for kids that are perfect indoor activities…

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How to Teach Kids About Emotions

As an adult I watched the movie, “Inside Out.” According to IMDb,  Riley is a happy, hockey-loving 11-year-old Midwestern girl, but her world turns upside-down…

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Making Mistakes is a Parenting Strategy

This article originally appeared on ImpactADHD.com and is reproduced with permission. Tired of feeling like you have to be perfect all the time in front of your…

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Mom Guilt: Am I to Blame for My Child's Speech Delay?

The normal questions I get after parents hear their child has a speech delay are like, “what could I have done differently,” “am I to…

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