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Learning Linguistics with Lucky Ladybugs

July 17, 2014

Summertime means seeing insects all around. While we often try to avoid ants and bees, the lucky little ladybug is popular. Spend some time during summer sessions working on speech and language goals while having fun with this spotted friend.

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Utilizing Technology for Speech and Language to Prevent Summer Slide

June 5, 2014

Summer break is here for many children or just around the corner for others. With this freedom comes concerns of regression for children that receive Speech and Language and other services. This is the time when many speech language pathologists will suggest technology options for kids that will not have summer sessions or will be […]

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Symposium for speech-language pathologists with bilingual students

April 24, 2014

Are you a monolingual speech-language pathologist with a bilingual population? Then you’ll want to attend the Bilingual Symposium. The premier event for monolingual and bilingual speech-language pathologists is coming to New Orleans on July 18-20! In a two-day event set in the heart of NOLA, learn about… How to identify bilingual children with language disorders […]

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Elephant and Piggie Books to the Rescue

March 13, 2014

Author Mo Willems has many wonderful books that children adore. His Elephant & Piggie series is very popular with emergent readers. The series can also be used while working on speech and language goals during sessions. The two best friends provide a wealth of social situations that can be used to explore emotions when talking […]

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Celebrating Black History Month

February 20, 2014

The month of February is important in the United States because we celebrate Black History Month. While many children learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in January, the entire month of February is a celebration of men and women that fought for civil rights in America. Many children in multilingual families have come from […]

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A Very Speechy Christmas

December 5, 2013

Although not every family will be celebrating Christmas, it is a major holiday during the month of December. There are many non-religious ways to embrace the celebration during sessions. As always, think about your students and their practices when deciding what to incorporate. Mix in some information about Chanukah (which started the night before Thanksgiving […]

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