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  • Lauren S. Enders, MA, CCC-SLP

    House of Learning ($6.99) We encourage parents and teachers to use the “House of Learning” as an activity that can promote immense learning opportunities when using the correct techniques. Guided house set up: Guide your child along the game with one, two, three or more step commands. Such as “Get the ball”, “Get the ball and place it on top of the bed”, “Get the ball, place it on the bed and move the girl close to it.”

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