Tag: speech delays


Brain-Building Valentines Activities: Midline Crossing, Fine Motor, Vestibular, Visual Planning Development

Brain-Building Valentines Activities: Midline Crossing, Fine Motor, Vestibular, Visual Planning This post contains fun Valentines activities to help with your child’s learning development. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Holidays create some of the best opportunities for learning development and learning activities. Of course, Valentines Day is no exception. As you know, we love any excuse to improve our students’ gross and fine motor...

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ORAL SENSORY: “My Mouth Won’t Work” – Awakening Sensory Receptors for Speech and Language Speech

Electric Toothbrush: “My Mouth Won’t Work” – Awakening Sensory Receptors for Speech and Language This post discusses how the electric toothbrush and other methods can help with speech and language development. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. If you’ve ever stood up in front of a large audience or been in a situation where you were trying to impress a cute boy or girl,...

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Development and Learning Risks that may come from Child Ear Infections Auditory Processing

Development and Learning Risks from Chronic Ear Infections I think it’s safe to assume that if you have a kid, you’ve dealt with an ear infection at least once or twice. They’re by no means fun, but they are a relatively minor incident on the scale of ailments. Ten days of antibiotics and you’re good to go. Actually, 81% of infections can clear up without...

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Late Bloomer or LANGUAGE DELAY? Common Delays in Your Child’s Language Development Language Development

Late Bloomer or Language Delay? Common Delays in Your Child’s Language Development This article provides helpful information for your child’s language development. It can help you determine if your child struggles with expressive or receptive language and if they need professional assistance. Have you ever watched a baby develop their language skills? Have you ever stopped to think about how language develops? Understanding how language...

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Articulation and Enunciation: The Mysteries Behind Your Child’s Language Development Development

Articulation and Enunciation: The mysteries behind your child’s language development Other parts in our Language Development Series: Speech versus Language Signs and symptoms of receptive versus expressive language Articulation and Enunciation Late bloomer or language delay? Early language intervention As a review, speech is about how we form words, how we say words, and how well people around us understand the words we speak. The...

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Understanding Your Child’s Speech Milestones Speech

Speech Milestones and Delays As part of our speech series, this article will focus on milestones and delays. Remember, speech is the way we form words, the ways we pronounce words, the way words sound and how we recognize them. Some of it can be seen in different accents from different regions of a country. In the United States, we have different regional accents. Personally,...

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Language Development: What to Expect at Different Ages Development

Language Milestones at Different Ages Other parts in our Language Development Series: Speech versus Language Signs and symptoms of receptive versus expressive language Late bloomer or language delay? Early language intervention As you hear little “Johnny” crying from across the room, you are probably thinking to yourself, “is he hungry? Is he in pain? Does he need to be held?” In an instant, just as...

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The Top Key Differences in Your Child’s Speech and Language Development Education

By Catherine Wiberg ILS Staff Blogger Integrated Learning Strategies is always trying to give parents new information, new insights, and new ways to help their children. Because of that, we will be doing two blog series: one on language and one on speech. This article will explain the difference so you can choose which series interests you most as the blogs continue. Many people think...

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SPEECH STRATEGIES: Full of Hot Air or are these Activities the 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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Who’s that Celebrity: Danny Keefe Celebrity

The blare of sports casters and the sounds of athletes can be heard throughout my house on any given day. ESPN is a constant channel in my home that consumes much of our time. Typically, I drown out the noise and the latest talk about players and fantasy football teams, but on this particular day, a story caught my attention. A young boy born in Massachusetts,...

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