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Teach Inference, Comparisons and Description with “the little pea”

The simplicity of the cover with the little green pea proudly holding his peacock feather gives a hint of this heart-warming story of the little pea’s adventure to be unique. Finding himself on a plant full of similar peas, the … Continue reading

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PAL Award Winners from Thinkfun For Speech Therapy

As I was leaving to go do speech therapy the other day, I glanced down at my bag and had a quick thought that the boxes looked the same. Yes, indeed, I was off to play with kids with all … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

We brought in the New Year with a trek into New York City. We encountered tons of people on the balmy night, lots of New York’s finest, as well as  barricades everywhere to create a maze to navigate to get … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Everyone!

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! May you have a cherished time with family and friends.

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Congratulations to our “Tell Tale” Winner!

Congratulations to our winner, Angie Moore, who gets our free copy of “Tell Tale” to start the storytelling! Thanks to everyone who participated and stay tuned for more great PAL Award winner give-aways.

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“Sounds Like Fun!” Shows Parents What Speech Therapy Is

Speech-Language pathologists are a creative bunch by nature. We are diagnosticians who have to continuously re-assess our clients and their progress and come up with fun exciting ways to engage our clients for progress. That’s why I enjoy reviewing products … Continue reading

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Halloween Speech Therapy Activities

Okay, wonder-parent shared this idea with me last week. She had done it with her son to practice his sounds for speech therapy, /k/ and /g/. She read him Fright Night Flight, by Laura Krauss Melmed, illustrated by Henry Cole. … Continue reading

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Articulation Carryover Ideas From Moms

I am working with a particularly astute set of moms lately who really want to participate in their child’s speech therapy, particularly my clients working on articulation. I explain that therapy will go a lot fast if they join their … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is……..

Thanks to all our fans for participating in our giveaway of “What’s In the Cat’s Hat? Game.” I loved all your ideas of what you would hide in the Cat’s hat for others to guess. I enjoy hearing from all … Continue reading

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Process of Articulation Therapy

Today’s guest post is contributed by Heidi Hanks,  who hosts a popular blog, Mommy Speech Therapy. She has fantastic information, written in a manner that is easily understood by parents who are just learning about speech and language issues with … Continue reading

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