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Category Archives: Teach me to understand
AMEN! YES I GET IT! I KNOW WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO! When I am working with a little one (12 -18 months) on expressive language development (that means the sounds/words she is producing-her use of words) the challenge … Continue reading
ANSWERING WHAT QUESTIONS IN REFERENCE TO ACTIONS: (FOR EXAMPLE: WHAT AM I DOING?) Asking questions to your little one will help to elicit language….and also will help in their understanding of language……however…you have to be sure of what your expectationsare and … Continue reading
Just the other day I had a few questions from parents regarding their little one’s understanding of language and following directions…more specifically…what is a good starting point when working on following directions. If you suspect that your child is having … Continue reading
One of my biggest challenges at times can be a little one’s compliance and flexibility…her ability to actually attend to the task…and be flexible and tolerate certain expectations. Now of course the receptive component in a little one’s overall … Continue reading
Thanks to my four children as seen above demonstrating the use of my parachute….I bought this one through Amazon…and like it because it is the perfect size for the little ones I see for therapy. Once again I … Continue reading
~MAKING INFERENCES~ When working with a little one between three and four years of age you can begin to address her ability to make inferences….I have targeted this skill as early as two and a half…and at that age…I … Continue reading
Play to Learn-What Sound?…..is still in the Beta version…this means that we are working out the kinks…fine tuning it…and making sure that we are happy with the finished project. What I love about it being in the Beta … Continue reading
Auditory discrimination is your child’s ability to discriminate one sound from another…to discriminate similar sounds….her ability to indicate the similarities and differences in sounds…to auditorily discriminate. For some little ones this is a challenging task….and if your little one is having difficulty … Continue reading
“If you’re happy and you know it“ Everyone is familiar with this song…I think it is pretty safe to say…..and what a great song to work on following a gross motor directive (as well as body parts….read … Continue reading