Valentine’s Day Fine Motor Activities Education

Valentine’s Day Activities Red and pink is everywhere. Hearts of all shapes and sizes line the walls of every store, school hallway and home. It is that time of year where all ages celebrate the meaning of love. Adults go out on special dates, while children get to share their Valentine’s love a little differently. Traditionally, the heart has been the symbol of Valentine’s Day....

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The Learning Risks when Babies Skip the Crawling Phase Development

Why Babies Should Not Skip the Crawling Phase Crawling seems like an infant’s rite of passage. It’s cute, it’s exciting and let’s be honest, most of our little ones’ first step toward mobility usually follows a slew of phone calls to loved ones and ends up on social media. It’s a step we assume every child will take. But with a growing number of children...

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Vaccine Wars: My Take as a Mentor for Children with Learning Challenges Medical

What to consider when vaccinating children Disneyland, the happiest place in the world, or so we thought. Oddly enough, it wasn’t Maleficent or Pirates of the Caribbean that took over Disneyland; it was of all things, measles. Measles are a thing of the past right? Wrong! When I was a young mother, I didn’t give two thoughts about vaccinating my kids because that is just...

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Teaching Letter Formation and Placement Writing

Letter Formation and Placement These past few years I’ve done everything in my power to fight this strange new world of “LOL,” “BFF,” “OMG,” and “BRB.” For years I fought with my kids about getting a cell phone and trust me, you’ll never believe how I fought them on text messaging. This whole new world of technology is way over my head, and me being...

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4 Steps for a Better Homework Experience Education

Better Homework Experience Homework. Is that as dirty of a word to you as it’s always been to me? Whether it’s the lingering nightmares that I forgot that all important project or dreading bringing up the word to my kindergartener, who already gives me all the grief of a teenager, homework can be one of my least favorite things to deal with. There are a...

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Super Bowl Bingo – Free Printable Events

You ready for the big game on Sunday? We finally have our menu planned, we’re getting together with some amazing friends and most importantly we are prepared with some great games and activities for the kids! I don’t know about you, but this year I don’t want to miss out on the big moments of the game, the half-time show, and of course the commercials...

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Who’s that Celebrity: Daniel Radcliffe Celebrity

As children, we are all excited to learn how to do new things, whether it be learning how to tie our shoes or learning to ride our bike without training wheels. Imagine for a minute though if you struggled to tie your shoes. For Daniel Radcliffe, best known for playing Harry Potter, tying his shoes is something he struggles with every day. Radcliffe suffers from...

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Living Planet Aquarium Winner Events / Kendama

Thank you for joining us at the North Chiropractic Event! We were excited to meet all of you. Stop by and visit our center at the Kaysville SportsPlex anytime! Prize Winner Drum roll please! The winner of our Living Planet Aquarium pass is… Tara McBride Please email us at info@ilslearning.com or give us a call at (801) 390-0091 to claim your prize. Integrated Learning Strategies...

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Full of Hot Air or Key to Speech Development? Speech

Have you ever had one of those moments when a kid starts chattering away about something they seem to know the world about and you’re left with nothing but Marlin’s words from Finding Nemo? Pay attention next time. You might find that the babble stems from the overwhelming number of breaths in each sentence or that parts of words or sentences get left off all...

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The Importance of Parent Play Parenting

Guest Post – Meagan Forsgren It’s not every day I get to share my personal story of why my Mom makes such a great teacher and mentor for hundreds of children and students who struggle with education and learning disabilities, but the answer is simple. She makes a great teacher because she is a great Mom! Sure, we had our challenges growing up, and there...

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