Early Language Activities

Using Everyday Objects for Language: Bedroom

This week is the final week our 12-week series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 12 we will focus on all things bedroom. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Bedroom

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: Playground

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 11 we will focus on all things playground and play equipment. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily. Want… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Playground

Early Language Activities

Using Everyday Objects for Language: Kitchen Tools

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 10 we will focus on all things kitchen tools. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily. Get the Packet… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Kitchen Tools

Early Language Activities

Using Everyday Objects for Language: Tools

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 9 we will focus on all things tools. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily. Want to take a… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Tools

Play

Tips For Setting Up Your Environment For Child Play

A child's time playing it the best opportunity for new learning to happen. Children love to explore their environment- no matter what that looks like. Some homes are full of all the toys, while other take a more curated approach with the "less is more" mindset. No matter your home style, there are several tips… Continue reading Tips For Setting Up Your Environment For Child Play

Toddler

How to Introduce Sensory Bins to Your Toddler

Sensory Bins- definitely a buzz word/item right now. And Speech Pathologists love them. But introducing them to a toddler is a whole other story. Toddler are by design MESSY. Adding another tool for them to make a mess with? That just sounds crazy. But here are a few tips to slowly build your child's understanding… Continue reading How to Introduce Sensory Bins to Your Toddler

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: In The Garden

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 8 we will focus on all things garden. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily (after all- we are… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: In The Garden

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: Bath Time

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 7 we will focus on all things bath time. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily (after all- we… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Bath Time

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: Recycle Edition

This week we begin week 4 our Language with Everyday Objects series. This week, we are using whatever we can find in the recycle! We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. First, you have to take an inventory of what's in YOUR recycle! Here's a peek at mine: Just Keeping… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Recycle Edition