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A Precious Week With My Grandchildren, Take A Look at Home Schooling

This is such a special week as we get to spend time in the lives of some of our grandchildren. So far we have participated in home-schooling, surfing, reading to the preschool class, conducting science experiments, playing math games, catching … Continue reading

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Dress Your Dolls for Speech Therapy

Coming from a house of boys, I’m always fascinated entering the land of pink. A six-year-old girl that I work with is one of three girls so the playroom is full of glitter, tiaras and all things baby doll. This … Continue reading

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Grab the Mail for Speech Therapy

My mail delivery is getting smaller and smaller these days, comprised mostly of brochures and advertisements but even those can have a second use as materials for speech therapy. I am working with a student on conversational skills– commenting more … Continue reading

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Halloween Word-Finding and Articulation Speech Therapy Activities

Everybody loves halloween so a pumpkin, ghost or candy activity sure perks up a speech therapy session. ASHAsphere just posted an article , “BOO, Halloween Treats” listing lots of activities shared by SLP’s, where I found these cute Halloween pictures … Continue reading

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Word-finding For Kids, A New Speech Therapy Blog

Remember when I told you that my friend and fellow SLP, Jan Schwanke, was going to start a blog on Word-Finding for kids? Well it’s up and I am so excited that she is going to share her expertise in an … Continue reading

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R Sound Therapy Fun with “Roar of a Snore”

Often I happen upon a fun activity while working with a book or game for some other purpose. I was reading  Roar of a Snore by Martha Arnold with a boy to work on comprehension and answering questions related to … Continue reading

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Take the “Disney Palace Pets Royal Pet Salon” to Articulation Therapy

Wonder Forge makes such creative and engaging games for preschoolers, loaded with language learning! Their latest PAL Award winner, “Disney Palace Pets Royal Pet Salon” is loads of fun for little girls and encourages some language learning as players have … Continue reading

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Paint a Tea Set To Start Pretend Play

Parents are always asking me for the “best” toys for a certain age that encourage great play and learning. I recently heard a term I liked, “playful learning” which is learning through the fun in my opinion! Today my little … Continue reading

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Speech Therapy Extra Credit

How many times do you arrive at the home of one of your little clients and they have done EXTRA work on their goals during the week without you asking? Not that often, right? Well today I had such a … Continue reading

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Using Highlights Magazine for Articulation Therapy

Sometimes when you have a child who is a little resistive to therapy, it’s best to come along side him, see what he’s playing with and incorporate it in your lesson. I arrived at my little friend’s house after breakfast … Continue reading

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