Tag Archives: Language

Free Montessori Inspired Apple Unit – Over 40 Activities

Editor’s Note:  I love Montessori, and the blog Carrots Are Orange.   Marnie has collecting in one post, over 40 activities from a variety of fine child development blogs, in fine and medium motor, sensory, language, sorting, patterning and more. … Continue reading


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Study Finds Hidden Emotions in the Sound of Words

[Source: Science Daily] New research shows that some sound combinations, like those in the word ‘virus,’ elicit more emotionally intense responses than others. This may play a role in both children’s language acquisition and how we might have evolved language … Continue reading


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Chimpanzees Help Trace the Evolution of Human Speech Back to Ancient Ancestors

[Source: Science Daily] One of the most promising theories for the evolution of human speech has finally received support from chimpanzee communication. The evolution of speech is one of the longest-standing puzzles of evolution. However, inklings of a possible solution … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Who Do We Ask When We Don’t Know Which Way to Go?

By: Kelly Ring-Whiklo, M.Sc., S-LP ( C ) Reprinted with the express permission of the author as it originally appeared on her blog. Whether you are planning a trip this summer or staying close to home, are lots of ways … Continue reading


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5 Language Play Ideas to Try at Home

[Source;  Toddler Approved as Seen on Hands on As We Grow] Literacy activities doesn’t have to mean worksheets. Language development through play is one of the best ways to young toddlers and preschoolers to learn literacy ideas. Kristina is sharing … Continue reading


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