Every child is fascinated by dogs – they are cute to look at and fun to play with, even if you don’t have your own! Our newest Puppy Play box is the best way to build on your child’s interest in dogs while giving them a boost with their language and literacy skills. Keeping reading to find out more about each activity we have in the box (spoiler alert!)
Four year olds are fascinating! A year that’s full of building on old skills while picking up brand-new ones at breakneck speed. Four is typically a lively, energetic, and sociable year. Confident about basics like speaking, running, drawing, and building things, your child is ready to use these skills to the fullest. Even more reserved four year olds tend to enjoy the company of adults and children of all ages. Everybody seems fascinating now, from the postman to cousins to random new faces on the playground. But what do speech pathologist’s look for in a four year old? Continue reading “4 year olds in the eyes of a speech pathologist”
If I asked, “What makes the Harry Potter series, Pride and Prejudice, 1984 such great books?”, most people would mention the well-developed characters, the vivid descriptions of the time and place or the fascinating storylines. Are these the core elements that make a story great? Is there a story behind every great story?