Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia Awareness Month October is dyslexia awareness month, which is a great time to learn about dyslexia, as well as resources for children that have dyslexia Facts about Dyslexia: As many as 1 in 5 students have a diagnosis of dyslexia, and is the most common learning disability. Dyslexia is a learning disability that includes difficulty in […]

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Singable Books

Singable Books

Let’s Read & Sing! As the school year is back in full swing, we here at Project Play Therapy want to help you find creative and fun ways to support your child’s academic skills! Most children enjoy being read to and enjoy singing songs – but did you know that the two can be combined […]

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Cooking and Communication

Cooking and Communication

Cooking and Communication How Your Kitchen is the Next Best Place for Speech and Language Development! When practicing speech and language skills, it is important to make it practical and engaging for your child. Research shows that young children learn by experience. Play is the most meaningful when it is child-directed and relevant. Most children […]

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Compare and Contrast Activity Page

Compare and Contrast Activity Page

Comparing and Contrasting Skills Comparing and contrasting is the skill of finding the similarities and differences between two or more items, people, or concepts. This is an important skill for children as they progress in their understanding and use of language. Practicing this can help improve vocabulary, describing skills, sentence structure, reading comprehension and more.  […]

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Must Read Children’s Books for Black History Month

Must Read Children’s Books for Black History Month

Black History Month Book Spotlight    Black History Month is a yearly celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Our desire at Project Play Therapy is to encourage and support families in celebrating diversity, honoring history, and participating in meaningful conversations and growth opportunities.  One […]

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July is National Ice Cream Month!

July is National Ice Cream Month!

July is National Ice Cream Month, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate summer than to make a sweet treat with your child! Recipes are a great way to work on speech and language goals, including receptive and expressive language, sequencing items, and reading. (You can also work in some fine motor […]

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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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