Confession time...I'm a terrible singer. Like, turrible. But I don't let that stop me (Follow your dreams, people) from belting out my own little diddies and dance moves in my therapy sessions. Why? Mostly because it draws attention and makes my students laugh. But also, I know that movements and chants and rhymes can all help my students engage and learn. Like the kind of learning that sticks. Let's take a look at some research:
Whether your child has been identified as having a language disorder or you would just like ways to help your child further improve their language skills, this post is for you. You have stuff in your home and in your brain that can facilitate better language skills in your children. My firstborn spoke at 9 ... Read More about How YOU Can Do Language Therapy At Home!
An awesome list of fun online open-ended games for speech therapy that will keep kids engaged. Includes games for toddlers, preschool and elementary, and a few for older kids too Head over and find some favorites! #speechsprouts #speechtherapygames #teletherapy