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SLP Corner: Fun Speech Activities for Poetry Month

[Source:  Play on Words] As I am working with several elementary aged kids, I am planning my lessons around their poetry units associated with National Poetry Month. When I visited our public library yesterday I came upon several “pockets” throughout … Continue reading

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Inclusive classrooms don’t necessarily increase friendships for children with disabilities

[Source:  Science Daily]For parents of children with disabilities, the concern is even greater as four-out-of-10 of their children will enter kindergarten without the social skills necessary to develop close friendships. The response from schools has been to create inclusive classrooms, … Continue reading

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Peds Therapy Corner: Tantrums & Melt-Downs in Therapy

[Source:  Enabled Kids] by Natan Gendeleman How many times have you walked through the mall and seen a child suddenly throw themselves on the ground screaming and yelling because they couldn’t get that toy that they wanted? We all know … Continue reading

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Fine Motor Craft – Sticky Paper Bookmarks

Great Craft for Mother’s Day with your students/clients [Source: Pre-K Pages] I think homemade gifts are great and useful homemade gifts are even better. This simple bookmark craft is easy for a child of any age to do. I’ve done … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Helping Preschoolers Understand and Discuss Their Emotions

[Source:  MindShift] By Deborah Farmer Kris Terrible Twos. Threenagers. Fearsome Fours.  These are years marked by tantrums and meltdowns — palpable reminders that young children haven’t yet learned how to regulate their emotions. But rather than wait for them to … Continue reading

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