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Introduction This post has been written to assist you in devising a plan to replace, or greatly reduce, your child’s screen time. Before delving in, I want to disclose that I have two children, a 6-year-old daughter and a 17-month-old son. Our 6 year-old gets some screen time. She thoroughly enjoys ridiculous YouTube videos and […]

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I use play dough almost every day of the week. It is one of the best tools to use to get your toddler to talk. I have written a specific play routine in My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development about how to use play dough to encourage language development. If […]

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Gosh. It’s happened again. It’s been months since I’ve written. I’m sorry! I can explain the reasons for my absence in my next post. In the meantime, I’ll quickly share a super cute board book you can read with your toddler or preschooler just in time for the holidays. Shhh! is the perfect holiday book […]

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Summer is here! That means warm, sunny days, and lots of playing outside. When play moves outdoors, there are many wonderful opportunities for children to involve their senses, create memories, be with nature, and communicate. One simple activity that naturally occurs when children are playing in pools, lakes, or in the ocean is pouring. Give […]

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Photo Credit: D Simmonds Working with toddlers on a regular basis I know transitions can be tough for toddlers. Who wants to stop playing to go grocery shopping? Who wants to leave the park to pick Johnny up from school? Sometimes sudden, unexpected transitions can result in tantrums or meltdowns, leaving you and your child […]

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Every so often I receive emails from parents or therapists that I don’t know personally nor have ever met. The other day, a mom emailed me with the following question: “My daughter is 2 and a half years old and very speech delayed. I think the biggest obstacle is that she doesn’t want to sit […]

The post How Do I Get My Toddler to Sit and Focus During a Speech Therapy Session? appeared first on My Toddler Talks.

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I use play dough almost every day of the week. It is one of the best tools to use to get your toddler to talk. I have written a specific play routine in My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development about how to use play dough to encourage language development. If […]

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