Remembering Developmental Milestones
Ahh....Its been a while since I last wrote in my blogs.Its not that I don’t have the time… its just that there is a lot of ups and down to t...
TONS of FREE social stories! Asking for help, eating at the table, feeling frustrated, turn taking, getting ready for school, listening to the teacher, playing with friends, playing outside, etc.
Response to Intervention: The Ultimate Social Skills Checklist
I have learned (the hard way) that not all social skill deficits are one &
5 Tips for Running a Social Skills Group (ages 4-7)
Many of the children on my caseload have social skills goals. So many in fact, that my resource room teacher and myself co-teach 3 different groups, in addition to the work that I do in the speech …
I talk A LOT about perspective taking with my students. It's one of the biggie social skills that my students are missing which create difficulty relating to others. Perspective taking happens when you realize that your
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How to use the “Checklist of Communicative Functions and Means”
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Keep Your Hands to Yourself S3 E20
Maria learns to respect her friend Dee, and keep her hands to herself!SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/WonderGroveKids?sub_confirmation=1------------...
Early Language Learning
Children love to play with their face and see the different ways they can move and make different expressions, especially following their adult caregivers. The following activities are often best...
Are you pushing in?! (Inclusion Tips!)
As some of you may know, I am expecting my first baby (It's a BOY!) and will be taking some time off from work and blogging before and after his arrival. During that time, there will be several guest bloggers/SLPs that will be featured on my blog. I am so excited to share all of the amazing, informative posts they have come up with. I can not thank them all enough for taking the time to write these posts! Just another one of the many reasons I love being part of the SLP world. I hope you all…