January 25, 2018

Pop of Knowledge: 👋🏼 A lot of our little ones become shy when greeting others 🙊 Instead of reminding them multiple times to “say hello” or “say goodbye” give them 2 simple choices ✅“Say bye or give a high 5” “You can use your words or wave” 

January 7, 2018

Pop of Knowledge: 📚Do it daily, set a routine, and stick with it 💓Reading is a wonderful way to build language and spend quality time with your tiny friend 👧🏽👱🏼‍♀️

December 28, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: 💓 It is the perfect time to teach gratitude! 🙏🏼 Here are 3 easy ways little ones can show gratefulness: 1️⃣ Write thank you letters to friends or family members 2️⃣ Pick a few toys to giveaway to other kids who could use a turn 3️⃣ Start a ‘thankfu...

December 14, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: ✨ Wednesday Winnie Wisdom ☺️ Because we are lucky enough to be our little one’s inner voice 

December 13, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: 🗣When you keep the language consistent, the behavior is more likely to stick! 

December 12, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: ✨ It only takes a minute to get speechy! 

December 6, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: ✨ When you give a direction that starts with “can you...” you are giving your little one a big opportunity to respond, “no” 🙉Start switching it to “you can...” to avoid hearing “no” and to provide a little empowerment along the way 

November 28, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: 🙏🏼 Ditch the sippy cup! Use a straw cup or open cup instead ✅ Sippy cups promote an immature swallow pattern,🤦🏼‍♀️ create dental issues, cause open mouth breathing, 🙊and a forward tongue position that can interfere with speech sounds 👎🏼 Check m...

November 27, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: 🙈 The Monday after a holiday is the bluest kind - even for little ones! 👧🏽👱🏼‍♀️👦🏻 💙 Make it brighter with these tricks 1️⃣ Get back into the routine bright & early ☀️ 2️⃣ Make extra room for chances to get the wiggles out 🧚🏼‍♂️ 3️⃣Chat about...

November 19, 2017

Pop of Knowledge: Get your picky eater ready for holiday food through play! 🤩 Play works because it changes the context, makes food feel safe & fun, and allows little ones to explore the food via all the senses ✨👏🏽

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   As The Speech Teacher, I post daily ‘Pops of Knowledge’ on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest that consist of facts, tricks of the trade, at home activities, and product recommendations. I believe that the more you know – as a parent or caregiver – the stronger you will be in supporting your little one’s speech, language, and feeding development.  To help you achieve this, my focus is on providing you with fun & functional suggestions.

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