Therapy and Home Practice

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I often have discussion with families around the importance of home practice, quality over quantity, spacing out home practice over…

Learning about Colours

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One basic concept we take for granted each day is knowing the colours and shapes of the objects in the…

Playdough: Modelling Language

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Children learn through listening and interacting with others. Modelling language during play creates a rich environment in which a child’s communication skills can…

Books We Love

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It’s a little known secret that us therapists love books just as much as our families. Not only are they a fantastic…

Language with Pets

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Playing with your family pet is not only a great way for your child to have fun and interact but can be…

Learning Past Tense

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Past tense is a tricky concept to learn for some children. You can use supportive visuals such as the one…

The Magic of Kinetic Sand

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What is so magical about kinetic sand? I often have these discussions with colleagues and parents. It’s messy and it’s…

The things you can do with a box

Many Christmas/Birthday presents especially for kids come in a box. This gives you an extra tool that you can use…

Language with Arts and Craft

Arts and Crafts is a great way to not only get into the school holiday spirit but to also build…

First ➡ Then Visuals

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First Then Visuals A first ➡ then visual helps to show a sequence of events of activities that will take…
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