Best Social Stories for Children

Best Social Stories for Children

The best way to teach social skills is through stories. I bet you all agree! Further, for most children with learning issues, autism and special needs, social interactions are tough. Furthermore, conversing, maintaining social interactions is a challenge for some kids. Hence, social stories are here to the rescue. Today we are listing best social …

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Paper Cups for Language Development

Paper Cups for Language Development

Paper Cups for Language Development A speech therapy session usually begins with an assessment by a speech-language pathologist. During the session, the speech therapist implements different speech and language techniques through activities like app-based learning, sensory play, role play, etc. Incorporating speech activities into the daily routine at home can be extremely beneficial to your …

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The Effectiveness of Phonics Cards on Speech Production

The Effectiveness of Phonics Cards on Speech Production

The Effectiveness of Phonics Cards on Speech Production Phonics Cards – Children produce frequently heard sounds as and when they start babbling. This is one of their ways of exploring the building blocks of language. We can comfortably come to a preposition that; language acquisition occurs from infancy. By the age of 2, the child …

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Activities on Winnie the Pooh Characters

Activities on Winnie the Pooh Characters

Activities on Winnie the Pooh Characters Winnie-the-Pooh also called Pooh Bear is every child’s favorite tv character. Every 18th January, Winnie-the-Pooh day is celebrated across the world. It is the birthday of its author A.A.Milne. Further, the author A.A.Milne was an English author and poem writer. His bestselling book has been on the character Winnie …

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Blank Comics to Boost your Child's Language

Blank Comics to Boost your Child’s Language

Blank Comics to Boost your Child’s Language Conversation and talking are all about the exchange of information, ideas, feelings, beliefs, and thoughts. Here are some great ideas for using blank comics to boost language skills in your little ones. Why would blank comics be interesting? Illustrations tend to grab a child’s attention almost immediately. The …

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Activities to Teach Children to Say “No”

Activities to Teach Children to Say “No” Teaching children to “No” is to get them ready for the outside world. So, in this blog we will list activities to teach children to say “no”. Teaching kids to say “no” is very crucial in today’s world. It helps to build confidence in them to say “no” …

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Ideas For Visual Schedules For Children

Ideas For Visual Schedules For Children We all feel at ease if the goals or tasks for the day are laid out. We feel ecstatic after accomplishing them. The same applies to children. Laying out plans for the day, week, or even breaking down a task will put your child at ease. It  will avoid …

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Teaching Children to Follow Directions

Following directions is a part of our everyday lives. In today’s blog, we will discuss few activities for teaching children to follow directions. Is your child finding it difficult to follow your commands or directions at school? Here are a few activities to do at home. “Remember to consult a Speech-Language Therapist, if your child …

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Mother’s Day Activities for Speech

Mother’s Day Activities for Speech Mothers are special. In other words, our friend, first teacher, and guide. Moreover, this bond is beyond expressions, just beyond words and pictures. Further, mother’s efforts are just priceless, from having sleepless nights managing a toddler to being an anxious mom waiting for their children to return home early, mothers …

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Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication

Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication

Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication Did you know, children can learn to have conversations even before they talk! One of the key features of communication is taking turns. Just as we hit a ball back and forth when playing tennis, we use the same kinds of ‘turns’ when we communicate. You can work …

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