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Spring PAL Awards on FOX6 TV

Had a fun interview on FOX6 TV last Thursday, sharing STEAM toys that encourage language learning.

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Speech Pathologists Develop New Cookbook, “Dining with Dysphasia”

You know I like to feature projects that speech pathologists or in this case grad students in speech pathology, are involved with to help their clients. A team of grad students from NYU developed a free cookbook filled with yummy recipes … Continue reading

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Smartnoggin Introduces Latest Developmental Rattle, NogginSeek

You know how much I love the NogginStik and Moms and babies do too. Here is their latest developmental rattle that also teaches eye tracking, grabbing, reaching and cause effect but also object permanence–the object is still there even if … Continue reading

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Monopoly Tokens Chosen to “Pass GO”

Did you hear the results of the election?? No, not THAT one, the voting to determine what 8 tokens would round the Monopoly board in the next generation of players. The thimble, boot and wheelbarrow were voted out while T-Rex … Continue reading

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Gorilla Gym Offers Physical Movement for Kids with Special Needs

Talk about a compact  piece of equipment that can offer some movement, sensory input, motor exercise and fun, the Gorilla Gym can attach to the doorframe of a classroom or home. I would have liked an option to get up and … Continue reading

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Does Exercise Build Boys’ Reading Scores?

There’s been a lot of debate about the value of physical activity as it correlates with higher cognitive skills and attention. New research from the University of Finland now suggests that “high levels of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and low levels of … Continue reading

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On the Search for Toys Everywhere

My husband likes Sunday to be a day of rest (he is right) so I declared last Saturday a day of exploration. Since we moved to Wisconsin in the last year I am still finding fun spots in the area. … Continue reading

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Free “Tall Tales” Game Offer for Teachers and Therapists

My husband has always said the best part of your job is the people. I would certainly agree and I have had the privilege to work with an amazing group of professionals in the school system–teachers, speech, occupational and physical … Continue reading

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“Pearla and Her Unpredictably Perfect Day,” Teaching Social Emotional Literacy

I enjoy finding SLP’s who are working and learning “outside the box,” applying their speech-language skills to important related areas of learning, to better the lives of our clients. I’d like to introduce you to  Rochel Lieberman, a Speech Language Pathologist and … Continue reading

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Playonwords.com Announces Top 10 PAL Award Picks 2016, Holiday Gift Guide

Take a look at this list of fabulous toys, books and games that generate so much fun and learning too!

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