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3 activities to encourage listening skills in children

Listening refers to the ability to focus on auditory information. Listening is one of the most important skills for children. Children need good listening skills to learn from their environment. 340 more words

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Improving language using bubbles

I have only ever met one child who hasn’t loved bubbles – he was 9 months old and had never before seen these strange shiny balls floating in the air, and promptly burst into tears. 464 more words

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3 ideas to create opportunities for communication throughout the day

When children want something, they will learn very quickly how to get it. And they can often succeed in obtaining what they want without communicating much with you. 495 more words

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Top Ten Uses for Plastic Drink Bottles

Many communities have recycling programs for used plastic bottles, but whether yours does or not, you can upcycle your used plastic drink bottles for some fun activities with your kids. 631 more words

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Our top play dough tips for preschoolers

Children love to help out making play dough (with close supervision). As their language and play skills develop, the uses for play dough will expand as far as your child’s imagination will allow. 479 more words

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Deciphering a Student’s Disorganization

A child’s disorganization is a troublesome situation for many teachers and parents. Inconsistency is part of the whole theme. That is, the student will show skills which are on target in one assignment while at other times, the child falls apart. 339 more words

Tips on encouraging new words for toddlers with play dough

Play dough is a fun and safe activity for sensory exploration (feeling the texture and consistency of dough), imitation of actions (poking, pinching, squeezing the dough), and a great opportunity to teach your child new words and concepts!

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