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Phonological Awareness Skill Mastery

Phonological Awareness Skill Mastery

By: Haley Hall, Learning Specialist Phonological Awareness skills are important for children to develop as they become readers as they are the foundation of being able to decode words and read fluently. Our SLP Kelsey Coaldrake wrote this blog post...

Listening and Spoken Language with Lisa

Listening and Spoken Language with Lisa

https://youtu.be/PmseWw6T8eo Lisa Anderson is a speech-language pathologist at Enrichment Therapy and Learning Center.  ETLC has locations in the Iowa City, IA area and Des Moines, IA area.  We provide individual speech language therapy and tutoring as well...

4 Ways Journaling Benefits Your Child

4 Ways Journaling Benefits Your Child

By: Renee Cox, B.S. Learning Specialist and LEAP Instructor Journaling has many benefits and might be something you want to introduce to your child.  You could start with encouraging your child to write about the best part of their day or something they’re...

How Can I Support My Child with Visual Schedules?

How Can I Support My Child with Visual Schedules?

Have you ever wondered if visual schedules may help your child? Does you child have difficulty transitioning from activity to activity, or place to place? There are many ways to support children with transitions and visual schedules is a great option. As adults we...

How to Promote Growth Mindset

How to Promote Growth Mindset

By: Kelsey Coaldrake, M.A. CCC-SLP At Enrichment Therapy and Learning Center, in our classroom and therapy rooms, we promote a growth mindset. Growth mindset is a term coined by Dr. Carol S. Dweck, in her research on children’s attitudes towards failure, as well as...