Tag Archives: 18 December 2015

SLP Corner: Season’s Treating: Using Winter Holiday Traditions in Intervention

[Source:  Activity Tailor] The holidays can bring complications for SLPs. Particularly in a professional setting, they may find it challenging to navigate the religious components of the season, the variety of holidays observed and the diverse ways of observing the same holiday, … Continue reading


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OT/PT Seasonal Activity – Christmas Gross Motor Game

[Source: Pre K Pages] by JDaniel4’s Mom Sometimes you just have to get up and move. These gross motor Christmas cards will inspire your children to do just that. They feature a wide variety of Christmas themed actions your kids will … Continue reading


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Featured Job: Contract School Speech-Language Pathologist – Fredericksburg, VA

  We have a wonderful second semester Speech-Language Pathologist job opportunity with a district near Fredericksburg. This is a full-time position for 37.5 hours per week running from January until mid-June 2016. The SLP will be working at three elementary … Continue reading


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Seasonal Activity of the Week: Christmas “I Have, Who Has” Game

[Source:  PreKinders.com] The kids in my class love these “I Have, Who Has” card games. There are many of these games that teach skills, but here is a fun version for Christmas. Bring these out when your class gets antsy from … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: The Limitations of Teaching ‘Grit’ in the Classroom

Editor’s Note:  Thank you to NASP for sharing this article on their Facebook page.  Please support our contributors and visit the NASP Facebook Page. [Source:  The Atlantic] The first time I heard a preschooler explaining a classmate’s disruptive behavior, I … Continue reading


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