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Playing and taking turns

Turn taking is an important skill for children to develop patience, friendship and later in life, conversation skills. For example, waiting patiently, to play fairly with another child and siblings and taking turns when … Go to full post

Meal time

Speech and language practice can be easily done in our everyday routine. We understand that it can be difficult to find time to sit down and practice speech and language homework. It is even more difficult when we have m… Go to full post

Dressing Skills

Dressing is an activity that is part of everyday living throughout the entire lifespan. As a child becomes older, the ability to achieve an optimal level of independence when dressing is important for them to feel a posi… Go to full post

Creating Calming Spaces

For some children, it can be challenging to teach them the skills they require to manage their emotions effectively.Having a space that is comforting and safe without distractions can help regulate the emotions of chil… Go to full post

Bath Time Learning

Developing speech and language skills can be included quickly and easily in everyday activities with good results.Bath time is a not only a good time to relax and bond with your child, but can also be a great time to d… Go to full post

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