Category Archives: Home Practice Ideas for Speech and Language

5 Super-Cool Speech and Language Activities to Get You Through a Hot Summer!

Hot weather can make it difficult to find things to do to keep children both busy and cool during the summer months.  Here are 5 activities that can be used to both entertain and cool off your little ones as … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Speech and Language Home Practice Ideas

Every February 14,  men, women and children across the United States and around the world, exchange valentines, candy, flowers and gifts all in the name of St. Valentine as an expression of friendship and love.  The holiday is often decorated … Continue reading

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Groundhog’s Day Speech and Language Activities

Each year, on February 2nd, people in the United States and Canada celebrate Groundhog’s day.  According to folklore, if it is cloudy when the groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day, it will leave the burrow, signifying that winter-like … Continue reading

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Fun Winter Speech & Language Activities for Kids to do at Home

Speech and Language home practice does not have to seem like a chore!  Try these free or almost free fun ideas for winter speech and language home practice.  Your kids will have so much fun that they won’t even realize … Continue reading

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