From the monthly archives:

October 2012

Autumn Stroll and Book Making

October 25, 2012

Autumn Stroll and Book Making Sometimes, it is nice to head outside with children during sessions to have a change in scenery. This also allows nature to be the guide for a lesson. Weather during the fall often cooperates to allow this type of activity and children adore using their senses to note differences with […]

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Exploring with Pumpkins

October 18, 2012

Exploring with Pumpkins Children love pumpkins during the autumn months. The fun shape is used all the time for decorating and crafts. Pumpkins as Jack-o-lanterns are prominent for Halloween, but they also show up for Thanksgiving feasts. October is a great time to utilize them within speech therapy sessions. Always think about your long term […]

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Fall Inspired Memory Games

October 11, 2012

Fall Inspired Memory Games Children of all ages adore using game play during sessions. Thinking outside of the box with a common game can open up a lot of possibilities. Making your own memory game for your unique set of goals is easy to do and can inspire children. In addition to this, you can […]

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Apple Tasting in the Name of Words

October 4, 2012

Apple Tasting in the Name of Words Once kids have been back to school for a while, October turns the focus to fall activities. Many classrooms will do projects with apples as the theme that will culminate in a visit to an orchard. Here, students will  often pick their own apples to bring some home. […]

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