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Literacy into Therapy Plan

FREE Fun with Literacy Worksheets!

Karen Thatcher, EdD, CCC-SLP, • 10/3/2018 • No Comments

Karen Thatcher – Children with learning disabilities require more exposure to a literacy rich environment and opportunities in order to begin developing a foundation for literacy.

As providers, we not only affect a child’s current development, we also have the ability to shape a child’s future academic and social success. And it doesn’t have to be hard to incorporate literacy into therapy goals, and here’s how…

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Melt the Grumpy

A Self-Regulation Activity

Barbara Neiman, OTR • 10/13/2016 • 2 Comments

"Melt the Grumpy" is a somatic activity to help shift your emotional state with physical movement, breathing and imagery.

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The Parts of a Task Game

A Thinking Activity for Better Executive Function

Lynne Kenney, PsyD. • 10/11/2016 • 2 Comments

While there are many age-appropriate ways to help children enhance components of executive function and thinking skills, The Parts of a Task Game may be one of my favorite activities. Watch my short video and download the free worksheet in my blog. -Lynne Kenney, Psy.D

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NEW Classroom Activities

Lynne Kenney, PsyD. • 9/6/2016 • No Comments

Dr. Lynne Kenney recently released 2 practical programs introducing research-based activities from her most recent works Bloom Your Room and 70 Play Activities To Enhance Thinking, Self-Regulation, Learning and Behavior. Discover simple activities to enhance competence, confidence, communication and collaboration. Get ahead of misbehavior by teaching with the brain in mind!

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