Christmas Puzzle…Therapy Tip of the Week…12.7.16

Christmas Speech Therapy Ideas for Toddlers Every year I try to add one or two new Christmas-themed toys to my inventory. Here’s my favorite new one this year – a Christmas puzzle from Melissa and Doug. (Scroll to the bottom of this page for... [Read more...]

#300 Selecting Therapy Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers Part 6 Early Pretend Play

In today’s podcast we’re moving on to the next category of play: early pretend play. It's so much fun when a child reaches this developmental level. This kind of play is essential for language development because we are teaching a child to... [Read more...]

#298 Selecting Therapy Activities for Toddlers Part 4 – Vocabulary Building Toys

In today's show, we continue the series Selecting Therapy Activities for toddlers and preschoolers with language delays. Remember that when we match our activities to a child's developmental level and strengths, and strongly consider his likes and... [Read more...]

#296 Selecting Therapy Activities for Toddlers Part 2

In this week's show we'll continue with Part 2 of the podcast series I started last week explaining the guidelines I use to select therapy activities for toddlers and preschoolers with language delays. To casual observers, speech therapy may look... [Read more...]

#295 Selecting Therapy Activities for Toddlers

Planning ANYTHING for toddlers can be a challenge! Selecting effective therapy activities is even more tricky! How do you know where to begin, especially when it's hard to hold a child's attention? Over the next few episodes, we'll be talking... [Read more...]