Author Archives: Heidi

Having a Sibling Makes Boys Selfless, Study Suggests

[Source:  Science Daily] A new study brings good news to all the brothers out there: Having a sibling is just as good for you as it is for your sister. That’s surprising to family scholars because boys typically report that … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Meme Use in Speech-Language Therapy Sessions

by Jessica Chase Solari, CCC-SLP When I was first introduced to memes, I thought they were all for comedy and that they were image-based on the internet. However, I later found out that the term “meme” is actually more complex … Continue reading


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Book Review: Learning the Alphabet Through Short Stories

[Source: The Montreal Gazette via Mind Shift] Alphabet books are a staple of children’s literature. We’re all familiar with the basic “A is for apple, B is for bear” approach but some of us, myself included, revel in alphabet books … Continue reading


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Social Skills Corner: Let’s Pretend…

by Jill Perry, MHA, MS, OTR/L  Talking toys, ready-made projects, iPads, and electronic games are all super fun and enticing. However, they don’t help our kids develop communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity. These are the skills that will ensure life … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Space People

Space People to help create spaces between words when writing.  Perfect! Visit this Pin on Pinterest Visit the Original Blog Post on Time 4 Kindergarten  


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