Imagine a simple game made of cubes which has little drawings on them. This game can not only be used to create unique stories, but also get kids to come out of their shells. The game is Rory's Story Cubes, and the original version has nine cubes with six different pictures on each one. To play, you roll the cubes and use each picture to help tell a unique story. The beauty of the game is that each person may see the cube slightly different. One person may see a man, but another may see someone running. The game has become so popular that there are now a wide variety of add-on sets. There are Rory’s Story Cubes set which focus on voyages, actions, and fantasia. In addition to this, there are currently a dozen mini three cube “mix it up” sets to add on to the other sets. If you have students who are fans of certain characters, be sure to check out more StoryWorld sets like Doctor Who, Adventure Time, and Batman. Read More »
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 entered to win one of two $50 Super Duper eGift certificates!
There's no need to run low on fun learning materials for your students! Join the fun by clicking here and sharing your back to school photos, tips, tricks, and more!
We will be accepting entries from now until Sunday, September 20, at 11:59 EST and announcing winners on Monday, September 21.Read More »
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 are attending the convention this year, please be sure to visit us in the Exhibit Hall (Booth #302). Stop by and meet: Read More »
The winter months are filled with days that children often dream of making their own snowman. Since this is not always possible, why not grab some snowman themed books, crafts, and snacks to tie in with your speech and language sessions? Speech therapists can easily switch the focus on any of the following activities, depending on each individual's IEP goals or age level. Read More »
Hello Everyone, There is a lot of excitement in the Bilingual Therapies offices as we gear up and get ready for the2013 ASHA convention in Chicago. If you are attending the convention this year, please be sure tovisit us in the Exhibit Hall (Booth 1316) and the Career Fair (Booth 1751). Here are some of us that you might meet: Read More »
While you may not be able to take children pumpkin picking during your sessions, you can bring a pumpkin patch to them. Check in with families and see if they are willing to send in small pumpkins for you to use with their children. If you are able to, you could also buy a few inexpensive pie pumpkins, or make a paper pumpkin patch. Read More »