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Different Types of Language Development Activities that Work Well in the Preschool Classroom

Different Types of Language Development Activities that Work Well in the Preschool Classroom by Jo Ann Gramlich, slp Language development is a vital part of communication during a child’s preschool years. Much of that development will take place in the preschool classrooms and settings. Children will learn from their daily interactions with their teachers and …

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Surprisingly Beneficial: Interacting With Kids At An Early Age

Surprisingly Beneficial: Interacting With Kids At An Early Age by Jo Ann Gramlich, slp Parents’ interactions with their children, even at their early stages of growth and development, are essential because it makes a significant difference as they grow older. Every choice made during a child’s early development can affect the rest of their life. …

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Regulating Screen Time: Media Guidelines For Your Children

Regulating Screen Time: Media Guidelines For Your Children by Jo Ann Gramlich, SLP Digital screens are everywhere, and we can’t stop them from growing, let alone our children being captivated by them. But we also need to regulate what’s on their screen and how long they should be on it. Along the way, we only …

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Upgrading the Developing Child’s Brain!

Upgrading the Developing Child’s Brain! Roisin Bergin, Experienced Kids & Teens Yoga/ Mindset Teacher The child’s brain is constantly growing and changing. Although genetics plays a significant role in the way our brains develop, the environment in which we live can cause these changes to happen at an accelerated rate. Children are constantly reacting to …

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Top 10 Things You Can Do to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read

Top 10 Things You Can Do to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP You’ve surely been bombarded with ideas about the value of reading when you’re expecting your first child. The advantages of reading at any point during your child’s growth are well known. Raising a child who enjoys reading …

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Reading Tips for Parents of Children with Speech and Language Delays

Reading Tips for Parents of Children with Speech and Language Delays Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP Children with speech and language delays can have difficulties expressing their feelings in words or actions.  They can even have a rough time explaining things plainly and understanding spoken or written text. Talking to your child and making them identify …

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