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Come Fly with Me! – Paper Airplanes for OT

[Source:  Your Kids OT] Paper planes appeal to kids (and adults) of all ages.  It may be something you did as a child with a grownup helping you to perfect a great flyer. You may not have stopped to think … Continue reading


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48 Free “Would You Rather Cards” for Pragmatic Language

Thank You to Smart Apps for Special Needs for recommending these great, free “Would You Rather” conversation starter cards on the Measured Mom blog.    These cards are perfect for carryover pragmatic language work , reasoning, and conversation practice and … Continue reading


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Resource of the Week: CASANA’s SLP Start Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech

by: The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) has written a fantastic “start guide” for Speech-Language Pathologists looking to learn more about Childhood Apraxia of Speech. We highly recommend … Continue reading


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Sensory Activities of the Week: Fun with Ice and Water

      [Source:  No Time for Flashcards] It’s hot here ( for us that means it’s in the low 80s) and  all I want to do when it gets warm is cool off with some fun ice and water … Continue reading


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Instagram Post of the Week: Articulators Craft!

Thanks again, @talkintime for this fantastic idea that was extremely well received on Instagram!   Increase oral awareness with this fun articulators-craft!    Help kiddos learn the different parts of their mouths by teaching them about their tongues, top/bottom teeth, and lips. … Continue reading


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