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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Great Guessing Games

February 25, 2016

Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why? Using questions is a great way to engage children during speech and language sessions. Kids are full of wonder and respond well when you actively engage them in a game with a purpose. Allow them to be super sleuths and ask questions along with descriptive words to problem […]

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Love and Valentine’s Day in Speech Therapy

February 11, 2016

Kids of all ages are usually really into celebrating Valentine’s Day. Thanks to this, it is a great holiday to incorporate into speech and language sessions. Check in with teachers to see what they will be doing with students. Sometimes they may not have time for hands on activities within the classroom. This opens up […]

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February and Black History Month

February 4, 2016

Children should be learning about important figures from black history throughout the year, but February is the time dedicated especially for this. It is important for children to know about other individuals beyond Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his dream, for example. Use the month of February to celebrate men and women that fought for civil rights […]

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Creative Thinking with Yarn

January 28, 2016

Grab a skein of yarn and put on your thinking cap. What could you do with this simple item within your sessions to get students motivated and working toward their goals? Think outside of the box and don’t be afraid to try something different. Even if it doesn’t work perfectly the first time, you can […]

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