Presidential Role Playing for Practice

February 14, 2014

Expanding on holidays with role playing is a great way to work on language skills in a less structured way. After some background on the holidays, allow time in sessions for role playing time. Children of all ages will enjoy being able to pretend to be George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, or another one of the […]

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Spotlight on TSHA 2014

February 13, 2014

Hello Everyone, The best solution for the winter blah’s:  Get out of Town!  At Bilingual Therapies, we are excited to take a break from the wintery weather in Houston.  We will be at the Texas Speech and Hearing Association Convention from February 27th through March 1st at the George R. Brown Convention Center.  If you […]

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Feelings and Love for Valentine’s Day

February 6, 2014

You can usually feel the love in the air when the month of February arrives. Classrooms, stores, and other locations are filled with hearts, pink, red, and other items to show this holiday of love. Children adore celebrating the Valentine’s Day because it allows them to be creative and express their feelings. Of course, for […]

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A-Mazing Fun with Yarn

January 23, 2014

Imagine kids in search of something special following a spider web like trail. Perhaps there are words, questions, or tasks along the way leading them to a prize at the end. Better yet, imagine an activity where kids have to move their bodies while explaining how they maneuver their way through. All of these fun […]

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Mittens and Much More

January 16, 2014

Keeping warm during the winter is very important. Of course this means hats, mittens, and more in many areas of the country. Along with wearing your mittens, it also means finding lost mittens when one or both are missing. Now why not use mittens for some new and fun ways to work on goals during […]

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Olympics Around the World

January 9, 2014

The winter games will unite people from around the world as we celebrate athletes and their hard work. Using the Olympics as a starting point for a mid-winter theme is a great way to get creative and share where each individual that you work with came from before living in the United States. Take pride […]

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