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Writing Letters to Santa  [Expressive Language, Speech Therapy]

November 23, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Writing Letters to Santa  [Expressive Language, Pediatric Speech Therapy, Expressive Language Delay, Pediatric Occupational Therapy] 

 

A fun tradition for many families this time of year is to write letters to Santa Claus requesting toys and goodies. If your child is young, perhaps you write the letter as he or she tells you what to write. However, if your child is school-aged and writing,...

Filed Under: pediatric speech concerns, holidays

Practice Language When Decorating the Tree [Receptive Language]

November 23, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

How to Practice Language When Decorating the Christmas Tree [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Language Development in Children, Articulation and Receptive Language Skills, First Sound Fluency Practice]

 

Nothing says “Christmas” like decorating a beautiful and festive tree. It is truly one of the main symbols of the season. Whether your tree comes from the outdoors or comes from a box, decorating...

Filed Under: Autism During the Holidays, Language Development in Kids, pediatric speech concerns, Thanksgiving, Christmas Tree

Practicing Concepts “Big/Little” During the Holiday [Articulation]

November 23, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Practicing  Concepts “Big/Little” During the Holiday Season [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Language Development, Articulation, Receptive Language Skills]

 

 

According to developmental norms, children should be able to comprehend and use the adjectives “big” and “little” between age five and six. If your child is approaching this age or having difficulty understanding these size concepts,...

Filed Under: pediatric speech concerns, holidays

Thankful for Labeling [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

November 23, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Thankful for Labeling [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Language Development in Children, Articulation and Receptive Language Skills, First Sound Fluency Practice]

 

 

The holiday season is a perfect time to acknowledge and list what we are thankful for. And when you are listing what you are thankful for, you are labeling them! Since labeling is an important language skill for your child to...

Filed Under: Autism During the Holidays, Language Development in Kids, pediatric speech concerns, Thanksgiving

Practicing Sounds When Playing with Toys

November 22, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Practicing  Sounds When Playing with Toys [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Language Development, anxiety] 

Filed Under: pediatric speech concerns

How to Practice Language During Thanksgiving Dinner [Two SLIDESHARES]

November 19, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

How to Practice Language During Thanksgiving Dinner [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Articulation, Expressive and Receptive Language Skills, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Psychology, Developmental Delay] 

Filed Under: Language Development in Kids, pediatric speech concerns

Language Development in Kids with Down Syndrome

November 11, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Language Development in Kids with Down Syndrome / 5 Awesome Benefits of Teaching Your Child Sign Language - [Pediatric Speech Therapy,Developmental Delay] 

 

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, sign language, down syndrome, pediatric speech concerns

Verbal Prompts to Help Your Child’s Language Development [Toddlers]

November 09, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Using Verbal Prompts to Help Your Child’s Language Development  [Pediatric Speech Therapy,Developmental Delay]

 

Your child is increasing his or her language skills every day. Your child is learning how to use and understand  language  in order to request label objects and actions, answer questions, follow directions, and so much more! As your child is developing these important skills,...

Filed Under: pediatric speech concerns

Practicing Turn Taking [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

October 26, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Practicing Turn Taking [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

Turn-taking is a crucial part of communication. Throughout our whole lives, we communicate with other people by taking turns listening and speaking. Children learn the valuable skill of turn-taking through play. Here are some fun activities to do with your child that would provide great practice for taking turns!

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, pediatric speech concerns

Increasing Requesting Skills [Pediatric Speech Concerns]

October 25, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Increasing Requesting Skills [Pediatric Speech Therapy] 

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, pediatric speech concerns

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