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7 Play Activities for Targeting Who Questions in Speech Therapy

Wha What SLP doesn't have a student with wh question goals for speech therapy? It can be easy to slip into 'drill and kill' therapy when targeting wh questions; however, you can target wh questions through play! Your preschoolers and early elementary students will love using hands-on and meaningful activities to learn all about wh questions. I have listed seven of my favorite ways to target Who Questions in Speech Therapy. 1) Ask questions about a book: Books are perfect for teaching just…

Quick tip for SLPs on placement for the /r/ sound!

Can I make a confession? One of my least favorite things to work on in therapy is the dreaded /r/ sound! It's so hard to demonstrate to students what exactly you want them to do

How I plan therapy around themes Aug-Dec

Themes are my best friend when planning therapy. They give you launching point to find activities, resources, crafts, or other activities to address all of your students' goals and objectives. When you follow a theme schedule it will also streamlines your organization, I create bins with books and materials related to the theme. After using this method for a couple of years, you work is done! I have built 2-3 years worth of cycles of activities that are tucked away on a shelf ready to go (I…

Core vocabulary is an evidenced-based set of words particularly useful for augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) users. I’ve personally seen huge growth in expressive language skil…

Core vocabulary is an evidenced-based set of words particularly useful for augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) users. I've personally seen huge growth in expressive language skills of AAC users after only a few therapy sessions of instruction with

5 tips for SLPs working with students with ASD

With the end of the year here, I have been thinking a lot about what I have accomplished this year with my students. This year I worked with four self-contained Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) classrooms. This was a huge challenge for me simply because of the high number of students on my caseload with pretty high needs. In reflecting on my year, I decided that I wanted to share some tips of things that helped me get through relatively unscathed. I have been working with kids with ASD for…

Articulation Chants for Speech Therapy

Confession time...I'm a terrible singer. Like, turrible. But I don't let that stop me (Follow your dreams, people) from belting out my own little diddies and dance moves in my therapy sessions. Why? Mostly because it draws attention and makes my students laugh. But also, I know that movements and chants and rhymes can all help my students engage and learn. Like the kind of learning that sticks. Let's take a look at some research:

10 Phrases Every SLP Should Say At Work - thedabblingspeechie

SLP’s working in the school setting can easily be spread thin. If an SLP isn’t monitoring what he/she is committing to or looking at their current work load situation, things can go from manageable to chaotic in a blink of an eye. We must say no at work when we can’t do something! I compiled […]

This post is full of versatile speech therapy materials that can work for any goal or with any activity! Several creative ideas for how to use them too! From Speechy Musings.

This post is full of versatile speech therapy materials that can work for any goal or with any activity! Several creative ideas for how to use them too! From Speechy Musings.