Picture scenes are a versatile and engaging tool to use in speech therapy to work on: grammar, wh questions, following directions, inferences, conversations, and much more! #speechtherapy #slpeeps #language
No Prep Speech Therapy: Using Blue Tape in Speech! No prep speech therapy is certainly my jam. But therapy in April and May can feel redundant and... boring (*gasp* I said it!). I started a Blue Tape Challenge over on IG with Jennie Bjorem from Bjorem
Develop your child's expressive and receptive language with these games and activities by Empowered Parents. Lots of ideas for parents to build language skills at home. #parenting #kids #kidsactivities #teaching #learning #preschool
I'm so excited to share some of my favorite free teletherapy websites with you that I've been LOVING in speech therapy! This list may only be four pages, but she is MIGHTY. These are all websites I've been using and trialing for you for the last 4
Expressive language grows at a rapid rate during the school age years. Yet with all the different skills we could be monitoring, it’s a challenge to focus on the heavy hitters that make a true difference in academic performance. When it comes to expressive language and vocabulary, we know this area is massive. We also...
I will outline current, evidence-based practices for language disorder therapy. The key here is CURRENT and EVIDENCE-BASED. Unfortunately, there are a lot of scams out there so beware and stick with me :).
Looking for a cheap, easy to use therapy material? How about paper bags? I love using paper bags for a variety of activities. Here are some simple ways I have incorporated paper bags into my therapy sessions. 1. Puppets My students love to use puppets to "eat" their articulation cards or other target cards. They also love to use them to tell stories. Making puppets from paper bags is a great, inexpensive way to engage your students in a variety of activities! You can easily make a puppet to…