Tag Archives: 11 November 2016

Free Printable of the Week: Predictions and Inferences

[Source: We Are Teachers] Kids make predictions and inferences all the time—they just don’t know they’re doing it! The challenge is to help kids realize that they’re making predictions and inferences and be able to identify them. Learn More and … Continue reading

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Infants Develop Early Understanding of Social Nature of Food

[Source: Science Daily] Infants develop expectations about what people prefer to eat, providing early evidence of the social nature through which humans understand food, according to a new study conducted at the University of Chicago. The study, published this month … Continue reading

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Hot Job! School-Based SLP – Westminister, California

Southern Los Angeles, in Southern California is where we are seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist in Westminister, CA * Employee or Independent Contractor Option (for part time) is available * Caseloads and locations to be determined based on your background and … Continue reading

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Find the Differences Visual Discrimination Freebie

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] Can you use your visual discrimination and visual scanning skills to find and circle the five differences in this picture? The best thing about this puzzle is that it is not too difficult.  Some of the … Continue reading

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PT Corner: 6 Things Parents Should Know About Core Stability and the Development of Movement

[Source: HeartSpace PT] 1. Core stability is not created by the strength a muscle. New research over the past 20 years has taught us that core stability is not equal to the strength of stomach or back or hip muscles. … Continue reading

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