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Delicious and Nutritious: Our Top 5 Cooking-themed Picture Books

Kids love cooking.  Well let me re-phrase, kids love food! So without further adieu, here are our top 5 cooking-themed books where the recipe for language learning is… just right! 

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Apps and websites for kids under 5

Many of us are allowing screentime more than ever before – if you are a parent who is working from home, or supervising school-aged children who are learning at home, chances are, you may have a little one under 5 who is demanding your attention more than ever before. While a common mantra amongst parents, educators and speech pathologist is “There is no app to replace your lap.”, the reality of the current situation during COVID-19 has seen some of you ask us for apps we would recommend as speech pathologists that are not ‘just games’ and may benefit your child’s learning. So here is our wrap-up of 5 apps and websites suitable for kids under 5.

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3 reasons why nursery rhymes are still relevant now

Nursery rhymes may seem old-school, especially in this era when so many other apps, books, stories or songs available to young children. It may seem like they are no longer relevant (I mean, it’s less common to take a lamb with you to school nowadays). But let us highlight as speech pathologists, why we think they should not be a thing of the past! 

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3 reasons why nursery rhymes are still relevant now

Nursery rhymes may seem old-school, especially in this era when so many other apps, books, stories or songs available to young children. It may seem like they are no longer relevant (I mean, it’s less common to take a lamb with you to school nowadays). But let us highlight as speech pathologists, why we think they should not be a thing of the past! 

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Picture Books for a Pandemic: Our Top 3

Life may never be the same again.  As adults, we will remember 2020 for the rest of our lives.  In fact, the COVID-19 pandemic will become a page in history for future generations. 

But how will our children remember it?

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March 2020 – Books you’ll love

It is a strange time as I’m writing this, as the world grapples with the COVID-19 crisis. But as parents and educators, we continue to shield children from the information that is not necessary for them to know and love them through the things they DO know – attention, connection and communication.

Books continue to provide all three of these so enjoy your top picks for new releases in March 2020.

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