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Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

“Johnny doesn’t say his /r/ yet.  Should I be concerned?” “My 2-year-old hasn’t started talking.  My husband didn’t talk until he was 3 and one day he just started speaking in sentences.  Will my child do the same thing?” “I can understand my 5-year-old but no one else seems to understand her.  Is that normal?” …

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Ending Procrastination Once and For All

If you’re like most people, you’ve been planning to stop procrastinating for a long time. You just keep putting it off. Procrastination is the habit of putting off difficult or unpleasant tasks in favor of doing things that are easier or more fun. A little procrastination now and then can be harmless but when it …

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10 Reasons To Go to the Aquarium During Spring Break

This post is written and photographed by Erica Roskelley, a 16 year old aspiring Marine Biologist.  (A sponsored post in collaboration with Mom It Forward and the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium) As long as I can remember, every opportunity we had for a local field trip, that was educational, as well as fun, my mom took us!  …

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Top 10 Speech and Language Apps for Toddlers

Technology is everywhere and kids these days are getting pretty tech-savvy at a very young age.  There are so many apps out there and it can be difficult to figure out which ones are actually educational and which ones are just for entertainment.  I’ve made a list of the apps that I think are most …

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10 Toddler Songs That Will Help With Speech Development

Most toddlers love songs, and singing songs together is a great way to teach new skills.  Not only is it fun but it also teaches skills such as gross and fine motor imitation, following directions, body parts, basic concepts, new vocabulary, and the list goes on! The following are some of my favorite toddler songs …

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The Organized Mom’s Guide to Beginning Homeschooling Part 3: Curriculum, Schedules, and Planning

Welcome to Part 3 of the Beginning Homeschooling series. Now that we’ve discussed how to get started, let’s start! Let’s talk about planning, schedules, and curriculum. One of the beauties of homeschooling is its flexibility. You have the freedom to choose curricula that suites the needs and interests of your children, to create a schedule that …

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