3 Tips for Structured Free Choice Time in Special Education
Teaching our students to play independently is such an important functional skill! First, if a student can play independently at school, then it can give teachers/staff the time to prep materials for the next activity, to pull small groups or to do 1:1 instruction. At home, independent play is just as important! If a child is able to play independently, then a parent can cook a meal or shower without being interrupted! I know a lot of teachers don't take the time to teach independent play…
Language Assessment: Don’t Forget the Language Sample
In the time of ever increasing caseloads, time pressures and a focus on percentile scores the more informal assessments can sometimes be pushed aside. I'm here to encourage you to continue (or start) to do
2 Year Old Talking Gibberish? Here's Help ~ Just Our View From Here
Should you seek speech therapy if your 2 year old is talking gibberish? When our son turned 2, he could only say "Dada". How we tackled his speech delay.
5 Toddler Speech Delay Exercises to Encourage Speech Development
Toddlers develop speech at different times and there are different ways to encourage speech development in toddlers. These 5 simple toddler speech delay exercises help give your child an extra boost to encourage speech development.
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How to Teach the /r/ Sound with Christine Ristuccia - Speech And Language Kids
In episode 24 of the Speech and Language Kids Podcast, Carrie Clark interviews speech-language pathologist Christine Ristuccia, founder of "Say it Right" about how to teach that tricky /r/ sound. This is great information for parents or SLPs! Who Is Christine Ristuccia? Christine Ristuccia, M.S., C.C.C.-S.L.P. is an experienced school-based speech-language pathologist. Christine obtained her Master
How to Teach Your Late Talker a New Word
If your child is late to start talking, you are likely getting frustrated. You keep trying to get your toddler to say words, but it just isn’t happening! Today, I’m sharing my 5 steps to teaching your late talker a new word: 1. Determine if they are ready to use words Just like your toddler […]