Must Dos for the New School Year

October 1, 2015

It can be easy to get overwhelmed with all of the various items taking place at the start of the new school year. Take a deep breath and use the fresh new start to think ahead and get organized. As you get to know new students or reacquainted with others, make outlines and plans for […]

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A Back to School Bonanza!

September 10, 2015

Bilingual Therapies is hosting a Back To School Bonanza! (Dare you to say that five times fast!) You don’t have to twist your tongue to win big in our back to school contest! Simply head to our Facebook page and share your best back to school photos and tips on our wall to be automatically […]

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Practicing with Pinwheel Play

August 28, 2015

Imagine the faces on children when you pull out a pinwheel to use in a session. What they may not recognize is that while they are having fun, they are also working on speech and language goals at the same time. Pinwheels are easy to find or make and offer a lot of variety for […]

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Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Language Activities

August 20, 2015

The variety of available fruits and vegetables changes with the season. Kids may not be as aware of this, because you can often find most food in our grocery stores.  Ask children if they have ever been to a farmers market for fresh fruits and vegetables. Take time before starting to poll the group to […]

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Preparing for a New School Year in Speech Therapy

August 13, 2015

The summer months move by quickly, and before you know it, it will be time to start the new academic year. The more that is planned ahead of time, the less chaotic it will be with back-to-school stress added in. Some students may have received speech and language sessions over the summer, while others may […]

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Summer Exploration in the Outdoors

July 30, 2015

When the weather cooperates, using the outdoors as a learning space is a wonderful idea. Kids adore being outside and being in a new and different location. Take time to use the environment around you to work on specific speech and language goals. Getting out and about will help to actively engage everyone and liven […]

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