Independence Day Ideas Galore

independence day activities Independence Day means a lot of different things to people. For some children, it is a day of swimming, barbecues, and fireworks. Others may have a deeper meaning if they are newer to the United States. No matter how it is celebrated, it is important to embrace the holiday and talk to all students about the true meaning of the holiday. Always begin by chatting with students to see how they do things on the Fourth of July. Send messages to families to see if they have unique ways to mark the day and include this in your sessions. Read More »

Fun with Slime for Therapy!

making slimeSlime is really popular with kids right now. Craft stores and more have displays set up all about creating slime of different colors, textures, and more.  The best part about slime is that it is extremely easy to make with kids during a session. Slime is flexible and can be made inside or outside with little or no space required. Read More »

Insects All Around Us

insect activitiesWhat’s that over there? It’s an ant, or maybe it’s an earwig. Is that a caterpillar, and what kind of butterfly will it turn into? Summertime brings out a wide variety of insects and other little critters who will intrigue and creep out kids of all ages. The less hectic months are also the perfect time to do something different with students while working on skills and IEP goals. Take some time to embrace all of the bugs around us and use them within your sessions to actively engage the kids. Read More »

Preparing for a Picnic

picnicPicnics are practically synonymous with summer. Many kids may not have been on a picnic, thanks to the rushed world that we live in. Summer sessions are a perfect time to think outside of the box and plan a picnic for your students. Remember even if you do not have a space outside to do this, make an indoor area into the perfect picnic destination with a little imagination. Read More »

Fun for Father’s Day

fathers day activitiesFather’s Day is coming, and it is the perfect time to talk with students about the special men in their lives. Celebrating fathers, as well as other male role models, is important on this day in June in the United States. Think about ways to incorporate something to make with kids that could be sent home as a gift for fathers or another special man in their life. Read More »

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 »