Summer is in full swing and we are enjoying every bit of it! I’m a mom to two little girls, an almost three-year-old and an almost five-year-old. In this post, I’ll share with you some activities you can do to build speech and language with your kids.
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5 EASY, NO PREP SPEECH THERAPY ACTIVITIES
Speech therapy does not have to be fancy to be effective. While working with children and being a mommy to two little ones of my own, I’ve found that kids are motivated by the simplest things! I’ve also found that using common items unconventionally with my kids keeps them very engaged! Read on to find
4 Fun & Engaging Activities To Implement In Speech Today
It can be extremely hard to keep little ones engaged during your speech sessions! Today I’m sharing my favorite ways to keep children engaged during therapy. And I’m all about easy, so you can start implementing these activities today!
How I Use Sensory Bins In Speech
For the past few years or so, I’ve been incorporating sensory bins into my speech therapy sessions. My daughters also enjoy playing with mama’s sensory bins at home. Using a sensory bin is a great way to build speech and language skills and it definitely makes my therapy sessions more fun and exciting for my
5 Ways To Bring Winter Into Your Speech Therapy Sessions
We made it to winter, friends! We’ve had some pretty cold days here in Central Florida so far this year (well, cold by my standards-ha ha!), but currently we are right around 80 degrees, which I’m pretty happy about. Give me a few cold days during the holidays but come January, I’m ready for some
My 5 Favorite Toys To Develop Speech & Language Skills
My caseload is primarily preschoolers and children in early elementary school, and I’m always incorporating some kind of toy into my speech therapy sessions. Parents are always asking me what kind of toys they should buy for their kids, and with the holiday season around the corner, I thought it’d be good to share with