I created an activity this week that I would like to share. I intended it to be for my students who are using the iPad as an alternative means of communication. But, as I’ve played with it, I realize that it can be used for early language users, preschoolers learning basic concepts, and kiddos practicing… Continue reading Fall Activity for Teaching Size Concepts
If your child has just a few articulation errors and if you are willing to spend 10-15 minutes a day working on it, chances are you can remediate the errors. If your child has numerous errors, if he cannot imitate your models for achieving accurate placement or does not progress using this protocol, consult a… Continue reading Articulation Strategies
I just stumbled upon this wonderful Pixar short film that tells a delightful story. Its perfect for teaching children to appreciate differences. In the film, clouds make babies. The storks pick up the babies and deliver them to earth. Some clouds make cute human babies, fuzzy chicks and little bunnies. But, one cloud makes odd… Continue reading Great Video Discovery
Added to my collection of smelly markers! Buttered popcorn, root beer, nacho cheese, stinky cheese, chocolate and more! The kids are gonna love it.
By now, everyone should be back in school. And in the upcoming weeks preschools and elementary schools will be conducting speech and language screenings. Here are a few charts to help you determine where your child functions. For Language: For Speech: If you think your child is not where he or she should be, contact… Continue reading What’s Normal?
Its been a fun journey to review some of the things that can be easily incorporated into your day to help your child (and family) cope with Sensory Processing Disorder. These are but a “tip of the ice burg” as every child is different and that means that the strategies vary from child to child… Continue reading Sensory Processing – Part 5 Summary of Sources – Fill Up Your Toolbox