Summer vacation provides time for your child to relax and have some fun. However, it’s important to help make sure what they learned over the previous year isn’t forgotten. Reviewing information from the previous school year can help prevent learning loss and keep them up to date on information that they should know for next year.
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is a form of communication used instead of or along with talking.
When your child plays, they learn about them self and their surroundings. This includes how to coordinate their body movements, talk with friends, apply rules, and more. But the learning process is even broader than this. Continue reading Why is Play Important
Mother’s Day is all about mom, and your child is excited to spend the day with you. There are lots of activities to do with your little one that will make the day together more special. Try a new craft, game or family activity. You may find there are plenty of things to do that are affordable, encourage creativity and learning, and bring everyone together for an afternoon. Continue reading Fun Activities for Mother’s Day