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Toddler development

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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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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6 Potty Training Methods: Which One is Best?

Many parents have two goals when choosing a potty training method for their child: Fewest tantrums as possible Potty train him/her as quickly as possible…

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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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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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8 Fine Motor Skills Activities for Young Children

How to Build Fine Motor Skills in Young Children Tiny Bits Babies typically start finger foods between 6 to 9 months old. Once your baby can…

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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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Play-Doh Ideas to Encourage Toddlers’ Talking

Additionally, you can use Play-Doh activities for toddlers as a way to encourage your toddlers to talk. Whether you let them do it freely, or…

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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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Fun at-Home Speech Development Activities for Your Toddler

These are some of the many questions parents and caregivers often wonder when working on their toddler’s speech and language skills. Also, while it can…

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Creative Activities for Kids to Do at Home during COVID-19 Quarantine

Around the globe, parents are getting short of ideas on how to keep their kids busy all day long. Most kids are now bored with…

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7 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Speech Development

What if your child does not reach the average language milestone? After parents get over the initial concern, one of the first steps is to…

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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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Help Your Child Combine Words to Make Sentences

In order for this communication to develop, your child needs to be able to say individual words to build up their vocabulary. It’s only once…

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