Speech and Language: May Activities

It’s May and the end is in sight. The temperatures are growing hotter and you can feel summer’s presence right around the corner. The kids are antsy and you are frantically trying to close out the school year smoothly while keeping it together. This can sometimes be the best time of the year, and the worst. It’s important to remember to maintain a positive focus on the students and help them transition into the summer carrying all of the wonderful skills you have taught them over the school year. Below is a list of some fun and interactive activities that will help keep everyone motivated and engaged:

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Surviving End of Year Standardized Tests

Well, it’s that time of year again.  The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and it’s time for your child to take the end of year standardized test.  Every state has something similar for their schools although it might be under a different name.  So, this time of year can be very stressful for everyone, especially your child who is working so hard in school and is now “freaked out” about having to take this test.

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Better Speech And Hearing Month

The month of May always make us think of flowers blooming, birds chirping, warmer weather, and the end of the school year!  May, for us SLPs, is Better Speech and Hearing Month!

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What I Wish I Knew: Advice To College Grads, Part 1

Let me be first to say congratulations! You made it through the long study hours, the tests, the Praxis, the many graduate classes. You walked across the stage and now have your diploma in hand. Awesome! Now what? This blog will focus on finding a job.

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Children’s Mental Health

With so much negativity out in our world, especially with easy access to social media, it’s time to encourage children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness and focus on the positive.  They get enough negative focused talk from home and school.  I’m not say there’s anything wrong with the different Anti-Bullying, Anti-Drugs, Anti-Alcohol, Anti-Hate programs. In fact, these are all great programs to have. But parents and teachers, let’s take some time to look at “Pro”, instead of always “Anti”.

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