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Stuttering, children, parenting

If My Child Should Be Born With a Stutter

“…my home will be a sanctuary for my child…” As a speech language pathologist who...
President's Day Activities

Fun President’s Day Activities for Speech Therapy

    Did you know that President’s Day is a federal holiday and is celebrated...
Goodnight Goon book companion

Goodnight Goon Book Companion for Speech and Language Activities

Goodnight Goon is a parody of one of the best selling books of all time, Goodnight Moon....
Thus a Child Learns

Thus A Child Learns by Frederick J. Moffitt

A good quote can do wonders for the psyche. I surround myself with inspirational quotes,...

Mouse’s First Halloween: A Halloween Book to Use in Speech Therapy

  On my daughter's first Halloween, she received the book titled Mouse's First...
ocean, speech therapy, language activities

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...
christmas lights, holiday lights scavenger hunt

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...
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