Category Archives: Articulation

Articulation Therapy When You Forget Your Word Lists

Today was one of those days when I was packing up so many items for each child I was seeing in the afternoon that I forgot my iPad or word lists for my last client. It is one of the … Continue reading

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Inviting a Friend to Speech Therapy

I am always trying to make therapy more fun for kids as I discover what they like as far as toys, games or arts and crafts. Some kids will work on speech goals easily if I provide some pretend play … Continue reading

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Articulation Carryover Techniques

I wanted to report on another articulation carryover technique I mentioned in an earlier blog. I have some favorite little foam shapes that I use as chips when kids are working on sounds. One of Pam Marshalla’s games for carryover … Continue reading

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More Articulation Carryover Activities

Okay, here I am trying out some more ideas and modifying some from Pam Marshalla’s book, “Carryover Techniques in Articulation and Phonological Therapy.” I have several boys from 5-8 years old who are in the last stage of therapy and … Continue reading

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Articulation Carryover Techniques, Self-Monitoring

I promised to blog my way through Pam Marshalla’s book, “Carryover Techniques in Articulation and Phonological Therapy,” and I’m ready to tackle self-monitoring. I realize as I work through this excellent resource, that after over 35 years of working with … Continue reading

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Speech Box™ For Speech Therapy App Review

I have been enjoying using the “Speech Box™” app by The Jonah Bonah Learning Company in my therapy sessions lately. As I explained to a speech pathology student shadowing me today, when you are in private practice, the percentage of … Continue reading

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Carryover Techniques in Articulation And Phonological Therapy, Review

As I have mentioned before, I  have several 3-5 year-olds on my caseload right now who are working on articulation goals and mastering sounds as they move toward carryover. Because every child is different–some learn their sounds and easily carry … Continue reading

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Using Art Sets in Preschool Speech Therapy

Most kids love art and creating their own masterpiece. I often use art kits in preschool therapy because I can easily engage a child and offer her another sticker, piece of tape or a marker as a reward for repeating … Continue reading

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Articulation Therapy Carryover Activities

I have a number of boys, ages 5-8,  currently on my caseload, who are working on improving their articulation. They have made great gains in learning to correctly produce their target sounds in words, sentences and conversation within our therapy … Continue reading

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Preschool Articulation Therapy Lesson with 3D Dinoland Puzzle

For some reason, I find myself getting several new students this fall, all of whom are 4 year-old boys with articulation delays. Several of them come described as “mumbling” by their mothers and have overall imprecision as well as substitutions … Continue reading

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