Email Notice Sent 3/11/2020 UPDATE MARCH 13, 2020BUILDING BLOCKS THERAPY WILL REMAIN OPEN AT THIS TIME. We will continue to keep you informed of any decision to close our office and update you on alternate methods of service delivery as we navigate this ever changing scenario. Thanks for your patience and stay healthy! Please read…

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We’re celebrating National Pancake Day with fun games, books, and crafts!Check out these silly books: Rhinos Don’t Eat Pancakes    Rhinos Don’t Eat Pancakes is a silly book about a rhino who turns up at a little girl’s house after wandering away from the zoo.  This book can be paired with zoo activities such as…

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Join Building Blocks Therapy as we team with Eliana’s Light for 1 week of card making in our waiting rooms! With Valentine’s Day on  a Friday this year, expect one day to last 3-4, as schools and families and couples will be celebrating before and into t he weekend. We know our kids will be…

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Friday, January 31st is National Hot Chocolate Day! We’re spending the week leading up to Friday making and reading about all things hot chocolate! Here are some suggestions for how you can enjoy this fun day as well! Make some hot chocolate! First, spread your ingredients out o n  the kitchen table or counter. Let…

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While it’s not quite a winter wonderland outside, the temperatures are reminding us it’s winter! With rain and more chilly temps coming up this weekend, here are some fun, easy activities to work on speech and language goals while staying inside. Indoor Winter themed activities: Melting snowmen – We’ve been having fun this all week.…

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It’s a race to get the holiday shopping done in  time this  year!  In time for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, here is your Building Blocks Holiday Gift Guide!  It gets harder each year, as many of our prior year recommendations are still good games and activities to recommend.  Therefore, I decided…

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With Thanksgiving right around the corner and many days off from school, read below for ways to get prepared for visitors coming to town AND work on your speech and language goals.  While we may be inclined to send the kids away during prep time, there are many ways to include the kids in Thanksgiving…

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A favorite activity during ALL 4 seasons is making slime. My favorite recipe involves only 3 ingredients and takes on more of the consistency of putty.  This is important for  a few reasons. One, I find it’s less messy/gooey, so parents and teachers are more tolerant if I’m introducing this into their classroom or home.…

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With Washington in the World Series for the 1st time since 1933 (as the Senators), it is time to Play ball!  We are taking a short break from all things Halloween and incorporating some baseball themed activities into our speech therapy this week. Read on for movement breaks, crafts, and books, to get you more…

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WHO’S IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE? This week we are having fun exploring “Who’s in the Haunted House?”.  Haunted houses are a great way to work on expressive and receptive language.  This one on the left took a little more time to create, but the drawing on  the right is a much simpler way to do…

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