Tag Archives: Language

Neuroimaging Reveals Hidden Communication Between Brain Layers During Reading

[Source: Science Daily] How is a language represented in the brain? This question is challenging, as language involves many regions throughout the brain that interact in a dynamic way. For instance, when people read a word, they combine ‘bottom-up’ (lower … Continue reading


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Scientists Reveal Early Behaviors That Best Predict Child’s Language Ability

[Source: Medical X-Press] How often babies babble while making eye contact is the best predictor of how many words they will use as a toddler, a new study by the University of Sheffield has found. Announced at the British Science … Continue reading


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Toddler Language Learning: Richer and More Complicated Than you Might Think

[Source: Medical X-Press] When you consider how children learn words, you might think of this kind of scenario: an adult points to an object (for example, a dog), clearly says a word in isolation (dog!), and the child immediately understands … Continue reading


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Pinterest’s “Greatest Hits” – More Ways to Modify Candyland!

This is the second modified version of Candyland we have seen since joining Pinterest, but this one seems even more popular than the first.  We started brainstorming over here and realize that it is the sheer flexibility of this game … Continue reading


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Therapist Resource of the Week: Addictive Summer Reading Lists for Kids of All Ages

Special Thanks to Literacy Speaks for suggesting this week’s Therapy Resource of the Week – Addictive Summer Reading Lists for Kids of All Ages [Source: Make and Takes.com] Want to get your kids addicted to reading all summer? Sometimes it … Continue reading


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