Understanding and Relating to Autism – A Personal Connection

April 14, 2016

As part of Autism Awareness Month, Bilingual Therapies is showing our support by featuring a personal story from one of our colleagues. Aubrey Roberts wanted to “Light it Up Blue” this month and share a heartwarming story about growing up with and caring for a family member who has autism. 0

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Rain-Themed Games for Speech Therapy

April 7, 2016

April showers bring May flowers, but the gloomy weather can leave people feeling blue. Why not embrace the rain and puddles to have some fun outside with speech and language goals? Have kids wear rain boots and grab some umbrellas to head outside or into a bigger space to enjoy some fun rain-themed games. 0

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Excitement Over Easter Eggs

March 24, 2016

Imagine excellent activities that are filled with fun and learning at the same time. Easter eggs provide this in a variety of ways within a speech and language setting. This is the best time of year to purchase more eggs to use throughout the year. Check out the wide variety of eggs in different color […]

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Time to Sing an Easter Tale

March 17, 2016

Singing is a wonderful way to get kids to come out of their comfort zone. When singing a song, they are less shy, work on self confidence, and worry less about making mistakes. As many kids are getting ready for Easter, take time to read There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick by […]

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Lots of Lucky Leprechauns

March 11, 2016

The luck of the Irish is strong in the month of March. While not everyone is technically Irish, most people love to wear green and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with friends. This holiday has become a favorite in the United States and is fun to use with speech and language goals in mind. There are […]

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A Presidential Party

March 3, 2016

Kids may or may not have noticed all of the presidential election fuss happening around them. As we head toward another presidential election in November, the topic of presidents and what they do may come up, including how leaders are selected in other countries. Send home messages to multilingual families for information to share about […]

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