The OJ Filter

So I’ve been talking with my social groups about appropriate vs inappropriate comments. We’ve looked at video clips, talked about situations, talked about what a filter is, etc. I got to thinking….. I need an easier way to refer to this topic with them during the course of conversations, in the hallway, during Lunch Bunch, […]

Fall iSpy

It’s always a challenge to make therapy fun and engaging. But this week I think I scored. Since I live in the desert, going on a Fall leaf hunt doesn’t happen. The leaves don’t fall much yet, and most of the trees here are not very big. So I started buying fake leaves from Walmart […]

The Hungry Little Turkey

The Hungry Little Turkey It’s Fall and Thanksgiving is fast approaching. I love reading books in therapy and then providing extention activities from them. This week I wanted to share The Hungry Little Turkey activity. It is a cute activity to use with Preschool, Self-contained, and K-3 grades, as well as kids who use augmentative communication […]

Happy Readers

  Reading to your children.   When reading to your little ones. Read with energy, read with emphasis, read with learning in mind. Have your child label characters, animals, and items. Ask them questions regarding what has happened, what’s happening, and what might happen next. Predicting is a vital skill to learn. Teach it early. […]