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Pack a Picnic Full of Fun

June 13, 2013

The summer means time outside and often going on a picnic. If the weather permits, pack up your speech-language sessions and head outside for a picnic. A small change in the environment can make typical tasks more exciting.

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Father’s Day Fun in Speech Therapy

June 6, 2013

 Celebrating fathers is another big event that we do each June in the United States. On this day, we take time to appreciate the men who are fathers, help like dads, or are otherwise an important part of our lives. Since families are important, it is always nice to incorporate something to do with Father’s […]

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Rain Puddles and Imagination in Speech Therapy

April 25, 2013

Those pesky April showers also leave us with plenty of puddles. Puddles are fun for children to play in, talk about, and explore. If you are not able to go outside to splash and play in puddles, a simple book can spur some activities to keep everyone busy indoors.

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Learning Vocabulary While Growing Plants

April 18, 2013

Flowers and plants are important to all cultures. A great way to explore and learn, while practicing speech and language, is to grow something with your students. Check in with families to see if there are flowers, vegetables, or plants that are special to them that you may be able to grow.

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April Showers Crafts for Use in Therapy

April 11, 2013

April Showers that bring the infamous May flowers are part of the culture of spring legends. Children in classrooms are taught to embrace this typically rainy season because of the beauty that it will reveal in the months to come. Crafts are always a wonderful way to work on speech and language skills. Any of […]

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Sing Song Practice Time

April 4, 2013

Sing Song Practice Time Children of all ages love to sing, dance, and get engaged with music. Incorporating music into sessions is a great way to have fun, practice skills, boost confidence, and work on fluency. Children that are shy may come out of their shell when they sing within a group or with a […]

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