Planning for Holiday Meals with a Picky Eater

Posted on November 19, 2013 by Melanie Potuck | 0 Comments

  As an SLP  focused on the treatment of pediatric feeding disorders,  there is one common denominator among all the families on my caseload:  The stress in their homes at mealtimes is palpabl...

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Posted in Bean, Casserole, Food, Holiday, Honour

Coaching Parents to Foster Their Child’s Expressive Language Skills

Posted on November 05, 2013 by Tracy Sippl | 1 Comment

I provided the boy’s parents with information about expressive language development and explained that their expectations appeared to be beyond this child’s current capabilities (determined by the ...

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Posted in Autism, Butter, Food, Fruit, Son

Talk, Talk, Talk To Your Toddler

Posted on October 21, 2013 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

I'll admit it.....I love to talk! . I enjoy talking to my friends, my family, my husband, and my toddler twins. . Maybe that's why I became a speech-language pathologist because I could talk for a...

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Posted in Book, Child, Cooking, Food

A Creative Approach to Food Allergies and Trick-or-Treating

Posted on October 03, 2013 by Kellie Rowden-Racette | 0 Comments

  Ever notice how many kids who are in feeding therapy also have food allergies? . With Halloween just around the corner, I’m encountering parents in my practice who are scared to let their foo...

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Posted in Food, Food allergy, Friends, Notice, Trick-or-treating

The School Cafeteria: Hurry Up and EAT!

Posted on October 03, 2013 by Melanie Potuck | 0 Comments

  Most parents tell me that their elementary school child has 20 to 25 minutes to enter the school cafeteria,  search for her lunchbox buried in a portable tub, find a place to sit, open all t...

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Posted in Food, Lunch, Parent, Plastic, Plastic bag

Eye on Curriculum: French

Posted on September 26, 2013 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

Welcome to another edition of the Eye on Curriculum blog series. Last week we toured our Spanish section , highlighting key topics and categories for learning the language and various aspects of Hispanic culture. This week’s Eye is focusing on another foreign language section: French. As with its Spanish counterpart, our French Language Section is an abundance of worksheets, games, activities, and interactives that help students of all ages to learn French, French history, and cultural traditions of francophone countries.

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Posted in Eye, Food, Foreign language, Narrative

Eye on Curriculum: Everyday Interactives

Posted on September 23, 2013 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

This month’s Eye on Curriculum series has taken a walk through special highlights from our comprehensive Interactive library . We kicked things off with a Back to School theme , journeyed into popular SMART Notebook and Promethean Flipchart files , then lastly, explored our exciting new Math Magician series .

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Posted in Crayon, Curriculum, Food, Popular music, Skill