Quiet Games For Toddlers

Having a baby and a toddler in the house is no less than a daily adventure. They are an inseparable duo – always wanting to be around each other, play with each other and fight with each other. While I give a high five to myself everytime they are busy together, there is a time […]

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Best Out of Waste

Do you want to know how to get the best out of waste? Creativity is not just in creating beautiful pieces from an assortment of pretty colors and materials, its also in creating something of value from seemingly useless things. During our regular chit-chat call the other day when my friend VC mentioned that she doesn’t buy craft supplies […]

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Activities to Improve Your Child’s Speech – Speech Hour

Speech Hour is a series of Live Interactive Talk Sessions by Expert Speech Language Therapist, Pratiksha Gupta, M.S. ( London). Pratiksha has been dealing with children with speech difficulties since 2002. In the first session, She will give a talk on “Activities to improve your child’s Speech.” It will be followed by a live question & […]

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Helping your baby create language

Your baby has started an incredible journey during this first year of life, one that develops a skill that will affect his whole life. Without language your child will not be able express his feelings, participate in school or in social groups with his friends, get into college or even interview for a job! Its […]

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5 Techniques for Tongue Aerobics

Tongue is one of the busiest muscles in a Speech Therapist’s body   Talking, Tasting, Swallowing, Chewing, Singing …all are possible because of this dynamic muscular oral organ. I do a lot of ‘tongue aerobics’ with kids who need to exercise their tongues to elicit clearer speech. Here is an insight – Home based activities to develop tongue protrusion […]

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Whats in the Bag?

Whats in the Bag? If you have seen any of my sessions you would be familiar with this game. I employ this simple activity to work upon skills of- instruction following,comprehension, identification, differentiation, naming of different objects, along with language stimulation & expansion and turn takng. What do I do? I take a small attractive/colourful […]

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The magical world of Bubbles

Bubbles are magic! Yes they truly are.. For kids and even for the little kid hiding inside an adult. Bubble fun is my favourite activity in speech therapy sessions. You can do so much with these little popping blobs.. Be it with infants, toddlers, preschoolers or even little older children, the floating, hopping, knocking bubbles work wonders. […]

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Speak with your hands

I stumbled upon this “just beats” track by B.Ames while downloading some music for my iPod..and I was totally fascinated by the title.. Speak with your hands!! Something which all of us do..without even realising.. We all communicate using words and hand/body gestures. Ever noticed a dancer or an artist talk? They  incorporate a lot of […]

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