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Hands on Learning Games: Use “Goodnight iPad” to Teach Your Child Sequencing Skills

Use this great online book to improve your child’s memory and sequencing skills. (Update: This book is no longer available on wegivebooks.org. However, you can still borrow it from your library or buy a copy on Amazon). As I was browsing the web a few weeks ago I stumbled across a great site for online […]

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Sequencing for Children: What’s the Big Deal?

As I wrote in an earlier post, I’ve decided to start working more intensively with my 4 1/2 year old foster daughter. I’m always fascinated by how every child’s learning profile is so different. I love the challenge of trying to see how the different pictures fit together, so that I can plan an effective […]

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Hands on Learning Games: Use Wordless Picture Books to Improve Your Child’s Expressive Language

Does your child have difficulty expressing himself? Often children with delayed language development have a meager vocabulary to draw from when speaking. They may have a lot to say, but don’t know what words to use. Being able to speak fluently requires numerous skills. Your child needs to have a rich vocabulary of words, as […]

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Hands-on Learning Games: Help Your Child Learn to Sequence

Looking to help your child improve his sequencing skills? Here is a fun hands-on learning game that will improve your child’s skills using their favorite children’s songs. Why is sequencing important anyway? Helping your child learn to sequence is important for several reasons. First of all, sequencing allows your child to manage his time effectively, […]

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Improve Your Child’s Expressive Language through Video Games – Language Development

Is your child struggling to make himself understood? If your child has an expressive language disorder, you know how frustrating it can be. I know there were times when one of my children was desperate to tell me about something important in school, but just wasn’t able to get his point across clearly. He felt […]

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3 Hands on Learning Games that Teach Your Child How to Follow Directions

It’s frustrating dealing with a child who can’t follow directions. You know what that looks like: you tell your 8 year old to take out the garbage, get into pajamas, and feed the dog, thinking it should take about twenty minutes until liftoff. A half hour later, you see your son standing in the kitchen […]

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3 Reasons Why Your Child Has Weak Expressive Language Skills

Does your preschooler have difficulty describing to you what went on during her day? Does she have trouble naming objects, substituting other words like “thingie” or “that round thing with cream inside,” instead of the real word? Does she seem to describe things in the wrong order, telling you what happened last, instead of first? […]

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3 Tips on Helping the Child Who Gives Up Easily

It’s downright frustrating dealing with a child who gives up easily.  It can be frustrating dealing with a child who gives up easily. Whether your child melts down at the first sign of trouble, or does a quite fade into the background, your child needs to learn how to be persistent until they get what […]

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Help Your Child Blend Words with this Hands on Learning Game

Is your child struggling to blend words together? Blending words is not what you think it is. Knowing how to blend words is an essential reading skill. But if you thought blending words means seeing the letters c-a-t and sounding them out until you said the word “cat,” then you’d be only half right. Children […]

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3 Everyday Activities You Do Everyday That Can Improve Your Child’s Expressive Language Skills

One of the hardest things about helping your child improve their expressive language skills is getting all the materials you need to work with your child ready to go. You can teach your child through everyday activities around the house As a mom of 7, I know that sometimes by the time you find the […]

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