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Boo! My Favorite October Books for Preschoolers

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My young clients are starting to get excited about October! I’m finding that activities with leaves, fall colors, and pumpkins are a hit this month. I use books with my clients working on building language and speech sounds. It is exciting to use these books to help my clients better understand what happens in the Fall. […]

What Is The Growth Mindset?

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The Growth Mindset Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck is a book I read a few years ago. A friend told me I might like the book, and explained to me it defined a fixed mindset versus a growth mindset. While I initially thought this book would be helpful on a personal […]

Helping Late Talkers at Home

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Welcome to the Late Talkers series. Please check out my previous two articles if you want more information on this topic. In my first post, I discuss suggested speech therapy goals for late talkers. In addition, you may want to read more about evaluations for toddlers who are late talkers. Today’s discussion centers on a […]

Goals: Late Talkers

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Is your child a late talker? Do you want to help them, but aren’t sure where to start? Are you a speech language pathologist who works with late talkers? Would you like to boost your goal writing and target just what they need in therapy sessions? Late Talker, Defined A late talker is typically defined […]

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August Links: Articles To Read For Parents and Educators

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Welcome to August Links: Articles to Read, an occasional series. These posts highlight articles focusing on parenting, education, disabilities, topics related to speech language pathology, and anything else helpful to parents and professionals working with children. This month, you’ll learn how to help toddlers learn new words, get a global perspective on special education, get […]

Building Language: Favorite Preschool Books

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Do you have a preschool-age child at home? Are you searching for books to help build language skills? Do you have some tried-and-true options, but are you looking for more? I love using books and other literacy activities in my speech therapy sessions. Why do I love reading books in speech therapy sessions? Books are […]