So, we are continuing the journey of streamlining toys to a single concept or theme to assist with teaching speech and language skills. This week is boat week. My sensory bin has a few inches of water and several boats and a few Little People figures. Pre-verbal and newly verbal kids are working on easy… Continue reading Boats
Summer is here and by now your kiddos may already be tired of the slower pace and lack of schedules. In my corner of the world, things don’t slow down, rather they ramp up! New toys appear, new goals are written and sessions are added to make the summer months productive for learning speech and… Continue reading I Scream, You Scream, Teaching with Ice Cream!
This is part three of a set of posts offering ideas to boost pre-reading and reading skills through developing phonological awareness skills. If your child is struggling with sound blending (synthesis) skills and as an introduction to teaching phonics (pairing letters with sounds), work on beginning sounds. IDEAS: SORTING – Sort pictures, stickers or small… Continue reading More Ways to