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Teaching Kids Self-Esteem
Good self-esteem is essential to a child's development. It is the foundation of everything they do, everything they are - it is the foundation of their future!   Listen, accept, discipline, and set limits for good self-esteem. Allow independent decisions for a positive child with...

Sensory play to stimulate language
From the very first day they are born, children are designed to explore the world via their senses. That's why babies and toddlers touch everything and put it in their mouths. It's why kids make funny noises with their mouths and experiment with how the world sounds with their fingers stu...

Fun activities to stimulate language “1”
  Using Craft Activities to Expand & Stimulate Language Skills   I LOVE crafts!! Not only are arts and crafts activities vital for the development of fine motor skills and visual processing skills, but they are also an amazing way to stimulate and expand receptive and expr...

Speech/Language Delay
Is a failure to develop language and speech abilities on the usual developmental timetable. Speech/language delay is the most common developmental disorder in children aged three to 16 years, affecting approximately 3 to 10 percent of children. It is three to four times more common in boys than i...

Stuttering
Stuttering is a communication disorder characterized by disruptions in the forward flow of speech (“speech disfluencies”), such as repetitions of parts of words, prolongations of sounds, or complete blockages of sound. Speech disfluencies may be accompanied by physical tension or stru...



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