With a pleasure, we present winner of art contest - Liwia form Juniors. Congratulations!
June 2018, Małgorzata Kostecka - speech therapist, Michalina Biedrzycka - pedagogue, educational therapist
Fun with vowels
If you are preschooler you can participate in our art contest. You should create a vowel using any technique. Your artwork must be playable and affect do chosen sense or senses.
April 2018, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist, Michalina Biedrzycka – educational therapist
A special event of March were open classes in which willing parents of children covered by speech therapy could participate. It was an opportunity to see what the speech therapy classes in our preschool look like, the opportunity to have fun together and work with your child, and talk to the speech therapist about the progress and perspectives of therapy.
March 2018, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist
Pedagogical therapy classes in February
How to teach math and have fun with it? In short film I show you one simple method using colours stics. I made this video for children In 6-7 years and to parents who want to know how make fun with learning.
Also we were practicing visual and language functions which is so important in literacy, we were looking for the "other half" of hearts, we arranged numerical sequences and remembered the names of animals.
The pictures show the effects of work (fun?).
February 2018, Michalina Biedrzycka- educational therapist
Carnival exercises with speech therapist
In January our preschoolers participated in periodical classes supporting speech development. This time classes were based on Carnival. Children exercised oral muscles and practiced breathing and listening.
January 2018, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist
Looking for a Christmas smile
The Christmas time is very joyful, especially then we want to share with other positive emotions! Mrs. Gosia, Ania and Michalina send Christmas smiles straight from the ISG and invite you to watch the short movie "Looking for Christmas Smile" reminding you how precious the smile is :)
December 2017, Małgorzata Kostecka- speech therapist, Michalina Biedrzycka- pedagogue, educational therapist, Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz - psychologist
Speech disorders preventing
Speech affects to many other factors of child development, including success at school. It enables communication, it helps to acquire information, it allows to express needs, opinions and emotions. The necessary factors for proper speech are right breathing, good phonation, efficient articulation in properly functioning speech organs, ability to differentiate sounds and correct auditory analysis and synthesis.
Concerning the development of our preschoolers' speech in November were held speech disorders-preventive classes during which children practiced proper breathing, improved speech organs and improved auditory functions.
November 2017, Małgorzata Kostecka - speech therapist
Lot of fun with speech therapy
In October in IPG speech therapy started. Students who have been qualified for therapy, meet with a speech therapist every week to improve articulators efficiency, exercise proper breathing and correct pronunciation. Attractiveness of classes is guaranteed by collection of games in therapy room.
A unique event this month was the workshop entitled "Tasty speech therapy". Attentive students with their parents, had the opportunity to learn that speech therapy exercises performed at home do not have to be boring. Even more... It could be delicious. Using products such as jellies, breakfast cereals, carrot slices, etc. we performed gymnastics of our tongues and facial muscles. We managed to combine the pleasant with the useful.
October 2017, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist
Speech therapy beginning
As usual September in IPG is a time of speech diagnosis. The decision of speech therapy is based on its results. Speech test includes speech understanding, pronunciation of single sounds and proficiency of speech organs. Speech therapist also draws attention to other things, directly or indirectly related to the speech of the child, like hearing, breathing and swallowing. If necessary, he or she collects information from parents.
Furthermore in September there were workshops for our preschoolers. The youngest group - Juniors, was playing and exercising at the "Fun with animals". Children were practicing recognizing and imitating the sounds and faces of animals. The Seniors and Grade 0 participated in the workshop entitled "What Helps Us Speak Properly". Children wondered what helps to speak correct, and through play, they were exercising articulators, hearing, and the way of breathing.
September 2017, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist