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In the Ocean: Receptive and Expressive Language Activities for Speech Therapy

In the Ocean Receptive and Expressive Language Activities for Speech Therapy is a fun-filled...
Kimberly Scanlon's Speaking Event

Speaking Event At Wallington’s Literacy Night

  Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to read, Learning to Read is Ball, to a...
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Christmas/Holiday Lights Scavenger Hunt

Tradition! It’s part of what makes the holidays so special. For many of us, getting in the...
The Time Timer, speech therapy, parents

The Time Timer: What Most Speech Therapists, Educators, and Parents Should Own

“We’re leaving the house in 5 minutes.” “Bedtime is in 15 minutes!” “You have ten...
listening activities

Fun Activities to Promote Listening Skills

  Good listening is imperative to learning and academic success. In this post, I’m...
Listening Skills: Give Me Five

Listening Skills: The Give Me Five Technique

Listening and learning go hand-in-hand. Weak listening skills can negatively impact a...
listening skills, attention

Listening Skills: How to Get Your Child’s Attention BEFORE Speaking

Photo Credit: wildrosetn39 How often do we give a child a direction to follow, a task to...
The Napping House, Language, Early Literacy

How to Use the Napping House to Promote Language and Early Literacy Skills

  If you are a parent to a young child, a speech language pathologist, or an educator,...
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Tell Me a Story: Favorite Books to Promote Sequential Storytelling Skills

Favorite Books to Promote Storytelling Skills Narratives are stories. Telling stories is an...
Preschool Storytelling, oral narrative development

Tell Me a Story: 6 Ways to Improve Your Preschooler’s Storytelling

Photo Credit: Pioneer Library System Being able to tell a story is particularly important for...
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