Monthly Archive
February 8, 2023
Please enjoy our newest issue of Teaching & Therapy Resources for the Classroom, Clinic and Carryover.    (Have you missed any of our previous issues? Read them HERE) Please feel free to forward this weekly resource to the parents/guardians, other therapy clinicians…...
[The OT Guide on YouTube] Learning the skill of putting on socks is an important milestone in early childhood. Not only does it help our youngsters gain independence, but it also helps build their confidence and sense of autonomy. Follow these easy…...
[Source:  We Are Teachers] Sitting still is a challenge for lots of kids (and adults!). Schools and teachers are starting to realize that children are actually more focused on learning when they’re given a chance to wriggle, fidget, and move around. That’s…...
February 7, 2023
[Source:  Natalie Snyders Speech-Language Pathologist] One question I am asked a lot is, “What are your favorite games and activities to use with middle school students in speech-language therapy?”  Today, I would like to share with you my top   13 favorites. One thing…...
Editor’s Note:  We love these.  I am sure Christie wrote these with moody pre-teens in mind, but I think they are great for kids of all ages! [Source: Childhood 101] When she was younger our 10-year-old was a chatterbox, eager to share…...
Editor’s Note:  Thank You, School Psyched, Your School Psychologist for sharing this article with us [Source: Great Schools] I never thought I’d be the kind of mom who forces her kid to apologize. And then the hitting started. When he was around…...
[Source: Stay At Home Educator] I LOVE sorting activities to reinforce letter identification and sounds.  Such activities have been wildly successful with my preschoolers in reviewing those important beginning reading skills.  Sometimes, though, it is appropriate to bring out something completely new,…...
[Source:  Pre-K Pages] When it comes to doing a dinosaur theme in preschool, you just have to expect some extra excitement. You can channel that excitement and turn it into a fun movement activity with this printable that promotes taking turns, movement, and developing…...
[The Guardian UK, via Reading Rockets] How do we know what makes toddlers laugh? A lot of picture books expect very young children to find things like a big splash, a loud noise or a vivid picture of someone getting hurt funny.…...
By: Pamela Ullmann, ATR-BC, LCAT copyright 2010. Pamela Ullmann.  This blog post has been reprinted with express permission of the author as it appeared on her Full Spectrum Blog Creative art making can offer unique ways for children to gain a sense…...