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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Core Vocabulary

Core Vocabulary

Core Vocabulary Core vocabulary is a small set of words that are often used in day-to-day communication. The same 400 or so core words make up around 80% of what people say in a typical day. Core words are usually pronouns (I, we, she), verbs (is, go, see) or modifiers (all, some, more). These small […]

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The ABC’s of Behavior

The ABC’s of Behavior

Let’s talk about the ABCs. The ABCs of behavior that is. The ABCs of behavior stand for Antecedent, Behavior, and Consequence. Antecedent  What occurred right before the behavior  What was the setting event? Behavior  The behavior What did it look like?  Consequence  What occurred right after the behavior A consequence can increase the likelihood of […]

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