2017 Symposium for Service Providers with Bilingual Populations

2017 SymposiumAre you a speech pathologist, audiologist, psychologist, or student who supports or would like to serve a bilingual population? Would you like to earn CEUs in a luxurious destination by the beach? If you answered "yes" to one or both of these questions, then you should attend our 2017 Bilingual Symposium in Miami Beach, Florida this summer! Read More »

Fabulous Flowers in May

may spring flowersThe month of May is often filled with flowers blooming all over the place. The winter weather is finally gone and all of the April showers have helped blossoms to brighten up the landscape. Use the gorgeous natural beauties to inspire things to do during sessions and therapy to work toward each child’s individual goals. Talk to teachers to see if they are covering anything similar to share resources. Remember, you may tweak anything available to work with your needs. All you need to do is focus on their speech, fine motor, gross motor, social, emotional, or other needs to work on goals and skills. Read More »

Acting Out the Very Hungry Caterpillar

hungry little caterpillarThe wonders of nature often provide a wonderful way to reach some reluctant students. If they are engaged in the subject matter, they may not realize that they are working on skill building. During the spring, we are often able to witness amazing transformations in nature. Baby birds grow up and learn to fly. Another fascinating transformation to watch is little caterpillars turning into beautiful butterflies. Many classrooms have science centers where they are able to witness the stages of metamorphosis take place. Read More »

Hidden Signs of Spring

signs of springUsing the outdoors is a wonderful way to change things up when the weather cooperates. Spring is the perfect time to take sessions and lessons outside to work with individuals and small groups. Look around your school at the environment to see where you could spend some time. Playgrounds, picnic tables, walking paths, and anything else outdoors can be flexible if you are flexible. Read More »

Celebrating Important Women for Mother’s Day

Mothers DayMother’s Day is on May 14. This means that it is the perfect time to celebrate important women in the lives of children. In May, we celebrate mothers and other women who are special to us. Children will enjoy talking about the special people from life outside of school and making something to give to these women. Read More »

Rain and Puddles Galore

rain puddlesApril showers often mean that we spend a lot of time inside. Of course, they also lead to puddles and time to play in them. Puddles truly are a great way to get kids out and about, but realistically it isn’t always possible during a session. If you are unable to go outside to stomp and play in puddles, share some stories which center around rain and use them to incorporate indoor puddle play. Read More »