Tag Archives: 3 May 2019

Tulip Towels for Mother’s Day

[Source:  I Can Teach My Child] Need an easy and inexpensive, yet still adorable and practical gift to make for mother’s day?  Grandmas and moms will love using this gift that the kids made for them.  I will, too, which … Continue reading

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Fine Motor Activity of the Week: Spring Flowers!

[Source:  No Time for Flashcards] This super simple spring activity packs some wonderful skill practice for both hand eye coordination and fine motor skills. As children find and fit the flowers into the holes they are using their hand eye … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Strategies for Students With Scattered Minds

[Source: Edutopia] Imagine a team without a coach guiding players toward working together to execute a winning strategy. Imagine a company without a leader to make sure that employees across departments are equipped and organized to collaborate on continually improving … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: How To Teach Negatives

[Source:  SpeechBlog UK] Negatives are a really important thing to understand and always a high priority for me to target if a child is struggling with them.  If you don’t know that there’s a difference between “push” and “don’t push” … Continue reading

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Autism Diagnoses Prove Highly Stable as Early as 14 Months

[Source: Medical X-Press] Diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by trained professionals in children as young as 14 months are remarkably stable, suggesting that accurate screening and earlier treatment is feasible, report scientists at University of California San Diego School … Continue reading

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