Posts Tagged ‘speech and language activities’
Happy Roller Coaster Day!
August 16th is National Roller Coaster Day! Even though we can’t get out to an amusement park safely at this time, we can still celebrate with some safe roller coaster…Read More
Say Something Nice Day – June 1!
June 1st is a day dedicated to simply being kind and boy do we love this day! Sometimes it’s the little things that can help brighten someone’s day; like telling…Read More
Spring has Sprung!
Spring is in the air! With social distancing rules in place, many of us are anxious to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. Here are some fun and easy…Read More
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…Read More
Play Ball! Go NATS!
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…Read More
Who’s in the Haunted House?
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. …Read More
Busy Bees, Bugs, and Butterflies…
In addition to the flowers and trees blooming, bugs start to make their way into our yards and parks when Spring arrives. Check out how we’re incorporating bees, bugs, and…Read More
Think Pink with these speech/language Cherry Blossom activities!
Spring is finally here!! Time to get ready for the rain, the sun, the flowers, and the warmth! During this time of year, it is always fun to get outside…Read More
Fall Apple Activities!
It is finally fall (even though the weather is tricking us)! When I think of fall, I think of apple picking and the smell of cinnamon apples baking in the…Read More
St Patrick’s Day Activities
Once again, we’ve got an entire weekend to enjoy St Patrick’s day activities! In my ongoing quest to find new and creative ideas to include in therapy sessions, here are…Read More