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Early Intervention

Early intervention ideas and information

Tips for working speech and language skills into your bedtime routine

A list of toys and ways to use them to support Speech and Language Development. Great list!

Take photos of small objects, then hide those objects in thera-putty. Children find the objects in the putty and match them to the picture.

Fine motor skills activities for babies

OTPlan match skill with materials you have on hand

Importance of pointing. If your child isn't pointing by 15 months have it checked (you can try and encourage them first) Most children will start pointing to objects on their own. Modeling, and modeling often, is the best course of action in the beginning. If your child is not pointing by 15 months, or is not using any gestures by 12 months, you should bring it up with your pediatrician just to be safe. Reminds how much one of my daughters pointed

Using toy trains in EI

DIY Baby andToddler toys to promote motor skills from theimaginationtre...

Toddler Approved!: 18 Easy Play Ideas for Kids Ages 9-18 months

Neat Idea - can do with artic picture cards!

Fine Motor Activities for Ages 0-2 - Golden Reflections Blog

Fine motor skills (Table by GGS Information Services.)

This was made for med students and is a helpful overview of infant/toddler developmental milestones (reflexes, motor development, etc) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Tiny Tot School Ideas for Ages 9-12 Months