Occupational Therapy Activities for the Car

Occupational Therapy Activities for the Car

Project Play’s best pediatric occupational therapy practice activities to do with your kids on the go! After blogging about speech-language activities for the car a few weeks ago, curious parents asked what their kiddos could do to practice occupational therapy goals in the car! Many families leave their pediatric occupational therapy with some sort of homework, […]

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“Paper Pregnant”

“Paper Pregnant”

Follow along as Project Play Therapy’s co-founders, Kyle and Sarah Keene, share their experience in the adoption process thus far. By Kyle and Sarah Keene. Today we became “paper pregnant.” Huh? (This is the common reaction from friends and family we have shared with thus far.) Paper pregnant is a common adoption term used to insinuate successful completion of […]

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Holiday Sanity

Holiday Sanity

Project Play Therapy’s tips to help parents set expectations and provide structure to keep young children grounded this holiday season! By Sarah Keene. There is just something in the air this time of year that warms my heart. Perhaps it’s smelling the cookies baking, the hanging of lights to brighten the cold night, or the singing […]

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Using Bubbles in Speech-Language Therapy

Using Bubbles in Speech-Language Therapy

Project Play’s five ways to promote language development through playing with bubbles! Ask any pediatric speech-language pathologist what their go to therapy toys are and bubbles will surely be on their list! Bubbles are a great tool for both therapy sessions and indoor play time at home during these cold winter months. Children LOVE bubbles […]

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5 Speech-Language Therapy Activities for the Car

5 Speech-Language Therapy Activities for the Car

Project Play’s best pediatric speech therapy practice activities to do with your kids on the go! Many families leave speech-language therapy sessions with some sort of homework: practice a specific sound for articulation, work on asking and answering questions or build new vocabulary. However, between extra curricular activities and school work it can be tough to find […]

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Follow Our Speech and Occupational Therapy Boards!

Follow Our Speech and Occupational Therapy Boards!

Project Play Therapy has a new Pinterest page! Pinterest is a great social media outlet for sharing resources, gathering ideas and finding fun activities. We are excited to use this to better serve our parents and therapists.   Our page features two main categories: speech therapy and occupational therapy boards. Speech therapy boards include articulation, […]

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