Back-to-school Tips for Families of Kids Who Stutter

It’s officially back-to-school season! How is it already mid-August?!  As kids return to school, we parents and caregivers find ourselves juggling endless challenges including health and safety concerns, scheduling, traffic, preparing our kids mentally and physically to adjust to a new schedule, new teachers, new friends and may be even a whole new school! AsContinue reading “Back-to-school Tips for Families of Kids Who Stutter”

3 Things to Keep In Mind When Teaching Your Child a New Word

When adding new words to your child’s vocabulary, it’s important to understand the 5 components of language: Semantics(understanding the meaning of the word) Phonology(being able to say the sounds that make up the word) Pragmatics(Knowing when and how to use the word to communicate) Syntax & morphology (using the word in grammatical correct ways) ForContinue reading “3 Things to Keep In Mind When Teaching Your Child a New Word”

Language-Building Play for Kids Who Like to Move

Keeping young children engaged in highly-structured language-building tasks can be challenging, especially when the task requires them to be seated in one place. However, staying seated in one place is by no means a requirement to work on language. In fact, you’re much more likely to have success working on language if you incorporate theContinue reading “Language-Building Play for Kids Who Like to Move”

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