Early Language Activities

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

Early Language Activities

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

School, Speech Language Pathology

Having Fun With Left, Center, Right (LCR) In the Speech Room

We have been loving Left, Center, Right (LCR) in and out of the Speech Room lately! This is a great game to use in Speech Therapy.  It makes planning easy, makes learning fun, and it gives so many opportunities for quick articulation and language practice!  You can target different goals for each student easily, making… Continue reading Having Fun With Left, Center, Right (LCR) In the Speech Room

Early Language Activities

Using Everyday Objects for Language: Tooth Brushing Edition

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 3 we will focus on all things brushing teeth. 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: Tooth Brushing Edition

Autism, Eye Contact, Neurodiversity, Social Language, Speech Language Pathology

Teaching the Purpose of Eye Contact

"He doesn't look at me when I talk to him"... One of the most common phrases we hear from parents or teachers when doing and autism evaluation. Goals for teaching eye contact are found frequently on Individualized Education Plans and this is often practiced by making cues (visually by pointing or a picture card, or… Continue reading Teaching the Purpose of Eye Contact

Childhood Development, Early Language, Speech Language Pathology, Toddler, Uncategorized

Vocabulary Words That Set Up Your Child For Speaking in Sentences

Isn't it exciting when you hear those first words your child says? All of those months of house tours, reading, and exploring the word with you narrating is finally paying off and your child is beginning to talk! So now what? How do you continue to help your child have a new way to express… Continue reading Vocabulary Words That Set Up Your Child For Speaking in Sentences