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''The Biggest Pizza Ever'' by JibJab Jr. is a fun book app that you can use to work on answering ''wh'' questions, teaching verbs, stating emotions and much much more.
Here's how it works:
Choose who is going to be the main character of the book and then choose Create Character and add photo, name, and skin type.
Now you are ready to ...
Working with young children with verbal apraxia in a
preschool classroom poses many challenges. However, as we all know, there are
also numerous opportunities for creative problem solving, especially with various
technology and software programs at our fingertips. Today I would like to share
a technique that has proven to be quite ...
I don't use lite (free apps) for use in speech therapy. I find the in-app
purchases and advertisements to be highly distracting and
take away from learning. However, there are always exceptions and the Toca Hair
Salon Christmas Gift is one of them.
here is an early Christmas gift from Toca Boca!
How it works: ...
Earlier this past week, one of the teachers I work with,
Jamie Zarmanian, shared with our preschool classes this fabulous recipe for
pumpkin spice Play-Doh. The entire classroom smelled like cinnamon cookies! The
texture was perfect - soft, but not sticky and children really seemed to enjoy
using a different type of Play-Doh to roll, ...
This week I am taking a recipe hiatus and would like to
share some picky eater tips that I am currently using at my house!
For picky eaters, looking at a full plate of ''tuna surprise''
with a side of rice pudding and a cup of strawberry smoothie can be awfully
overwhelming. I know this is definitely true for my picky eating daughter. ...
LOVE french fries. Even moms of picky eaters will confess that their little
one(s) will eat french fries and they allow it (and may even encourage it) because,
''At least they are eating!''
Here is my
theory on why french fries and picky eaters get along so well:
French fries are small and easy
to hold - perfect for little ...
Great feedback from last Tuesday's Pace-Out-Your-Speech
Post! Many of you wrote in with great pacing board proposals of your own. Thank
you for sharing your useful and novel ideas! In addition, many of you also requested
that pictures of the pacing boards be posted. Here are ones that I made and use
daily in the classroom:
*All the pacing ...
This is our fourth and final rainforest recipe for this
summer! It was been a fun four weeks, full of delicious and creative eats. The
kids really loved all of the recipes, as did the parents! I have had several
families share with me that they tried the recipes at home. Many enjoyed making
them with their children and were pleasantly ...
I have been using recipe-based language lessons off and on
for about 10 years or so in various classroom settings, as well as in homecare,
and each time similar results occur. Not only do the parents, teachers and
children seem to really enjoy and anticipate the recipe of the week, but I also
see positive changes in the way the children ...
Today is the
follow-up from last week's interview with licensed clinical psychologist, Alexandra
Ranieri-Deniken, PsyD, of
the Behavioral & Developmental Services Department at Special People In Northeast (SPIN), Inc,
Below are some of
the follow-up questions I sent to Dr. Ranieri-Deniken, along with ...