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Monthly Archives: November 2011
“It’s the small steps that we take everyday that matter. These are the steps that take you where you are supposed to be.” Kim Marino In my life….both at home and at work…I know that the small steps are … Continue reading
Reading to your one and two-year old requires a different strategy than how you read to your three and four-year old. I am going to use the picture above as an example……so that you understand how you should be reading to … Continue reading
I recently had a mom comment…asking specifically for a toy recommendation for her two and a half-year old son…she said that he is interested in “how things work”…..the toy listed above is just one of many from Alex Jr. toys….the … Continue reading
The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.– Mahatma Gandhi I have posted about forgiveness before…and I think it is filed under My story…..however…during this week of Thanksgiving…when I think about all that I am … Continue reading
The Diego rescue center is a great speech therapy toy to work on expanding expressive and receptive language development. Use the strategies of self talk and parallel talk filed under the teach me to talk page to enhance overall … Continue reading
During production of the L sound…..the velopharyngeal port is closed…..the tip of your tongue closes with slight pressure against the alveolar ridge (the bumpy spot behind top front teeth)……and there is slight opening on both sides of the … Continue reading
Your life is always working, whether you know it or not. Sometimes it works to bring you what you want, and sometimes it works to keep you from what you think you want. Neale Donald Walsch I think this quote … Continue reading
When your little one is ready to transition from bottle or breast to a cup……I have some suggestions. A regular sip-cup promotes the same forward tongue movement that a bottle does……..which can promote a child to have a lisp….using a … Continue reading
In my past 18 years experience…I have found the T sound to be an easier one to remediate……the visual/physical cue that I use seems to work very well with the little ones…and it really helps them…..especially when T is … Continue reading