Movement Song

Movement Song

Let’s get moving and grooving! Physical activity is an important part of your child’s overall well-being, and what better way to get up and moving than with music?? Physical activity can improve mental well-being, increase focus and attention, support sensory regulation, and more. In this season of online learning and staying at home more often […]

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Physical Fitness Month Activity

Physical Fitness Month Activity

Happy National Physical Fitness Month  May is National Physical Fitness month, a time to highlight the importance of staying active through sports and other fitness activities. In lieu of physical fitness month, we wanted to bring you a fun physical activity you can do with your students and children to help develop strength, coordination, balance […]

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Functions of Behavior

Functions of Behavior

Functions of behavior: Why are they doing it!?   All of our behavior serves a purpose. For example, we may text or call our friends because we want to talk to them. We may go to work for monetary reasons. Whatever it may be, all behavior occurs for a reason, even for our kiddos. Sometimes […]

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Summer Social Groups

Summer Social Groups

Social Skills Group Information We are looking forward to having a ton of fun this summer building social skills at PPT! Our fabulous team of Speech-Language Pathologists will be conducting these groups, and we hope you will join us.   The deadline to register for PPT’s Social Skills Groups is June 7. Register Here!   […]

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Tips for Toe Walkers

Tips for Toe Walkers

Tips for Toe Walkers Toe walking is a common occurrence we find in young ones when they begin independently walking. It is a tricky thing to address as there are multiple different reasons why the kiddo is not walking with flat feet. Before the age of 2-3, toe walking should not be a concern as […]

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Mother’s Day Crafts

Mother’s Day Crafts

Project Play Therapy wishes you a Happy Mother’s Day!   We are honored to get to partner with so many incredible moms here at Project Play Therapy. We thank you for selflessly giving you time and energy to help your children grow. From driving your kids to and from therapy, collaborating with therapists, helping your […]

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