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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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What is Independent Play for Kids?

What is Independent Play? Independent play or solitary play is a developmental stage where a child can play by themselves. While each child will develop…

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Why Toys are Important for Child Development

What Makes a Toy Beneficial to a Child’s Development? Some parents take the minimalist approach to child development toys by only purchasing Montessori toys. While…

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What Does ‘Cognition’ Mean and Why Is It Important?

Cognition consists of the mental activities involved in how your child comprehends and receives information presented to them in their environment. It’s all about acquiring knowledge and…

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Speech Development Tips for Twins with Speech Delay

However, it seems that this speech is actually the twins imitating each other’s immature language abilities. “Twin language,” often called ‘idioglossia’ or ‘autonomous language,’ is…

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Fine Motor Development in Toddlers

Your child will progress from opening and closing their hand to writing their name with a pencil in preschool. But how do children develop fine…

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How to Deal with Picky Eaters and Food Aversions

What follows is a basic overview of how to deal with food aversion and picky eaters. If your child has issues with eating, I highly…

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What is The Best Way to Play with a 6, 12, and 24-Month-Old Child?

6-Month-Old: You are Their Favorite Toy The best way to play with a 6-month-old is by getting down on their level. Make animal noises, do…

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Lack of Sleep: Is it Bad for My Child’s Speech Development?

Every parent worries about how much sleep their kids should get. The day-to-day issues of dealing with children and a lack of sleep become really…

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What is My Baby Trying to Say When She Smiles or Cries?

Smiling isn’t merely “cute,” and crying isn’t necessarily something that only has negative connotations associated with it. Your baby uses these two fundamental mechanisms of…

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Ages 1-2: The Beginning of the Toddler Years

Toddler development includes that cute babbling and cooing that we loved during the baby months, turn into real words and actual attempts at communication during…

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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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Babies Learn Grammar Before They Speak

All parents can appreciate the profound moment of their baby’s first words. I remember being so excited when my daughter finally said “mama,” because she…

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Can Going to Kindergarten Help Speech Development?

I’m going to make my responses short and sweet. Oh, and they’re the same from both a professional AND a mom perspective. The answer ….

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Fart Jokes and Why Toddlers Like Them So Much

If your toddler is reaching the bathroom humor phase of life, chances are that they find these jokes hilarious! And while a little bit of…

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How to Promote Your Child’s Speech and Language Development at Home

It’s as if your ears are constantly waiting to hear the most adorable voice in the world. But, with the joy of your child’s first…

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Child Development: When Should My Child Combine Words?

One of the most worried about concerns for parents regarding child development is to know when their child will be able to communicate effectively. It’s…

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When Do Toddlers Start Talking? - From Combining 2 Words to Full Sentences

Communication is a very involved process. It starts with cooing, making sounds, babbling, and then progresses to word formation. The final step is combining words…

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