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Month: January 2018

One way to make artic therapy a little more fun!

One way to make artic therapy a little more fun!

Kids love games, right? Everytime they come into the speech therapy room, you hear “What game can we play today?” Your peers might frown a little and the explanations flow, but we all know that a game keeps kids engaged while we work on goals.  This article by Char Boshart goes more into depth and is worth the read! I don’t know about you, but playing Memory and Don’t Break the Ice can be trying sometimes. Monopoly is out of…

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Another way to look at comprehension…

Another way to look at comprehension…

As educators, it is best practice to check in with all of our students for understanding of new and challenging concepts. While there are a number of ways to do this verbally, we can use visual supports to augment what we are doing on a daily basis. Visual supports can help some of our students who are: shy or reticent; they might not want to share out with the class or small group struggling learners who are unsure of their…

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