Category Archives: Language

Speech Therapy Halloween Ideas for Autism, Language and Articulation

Halloween is a fun time of year for kids and an easy theme to introduce into therapy. Today I want to share a few books on that theme that are simple, yet fun and can be incorporated into a language … Continue reading

Posted in 3-6 year-olds, 6-8 year-olds, Articulation, Autism, Language, Preschool, Speech and Language Delay, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | Leave a comment

Talk to Your Baby, Says the New York Times

Today’s New York Times includes the article, “From Birth, Engage Your Child With Talk” by Jane Brody. The author has observed what we are all seeing–too many moms and nannies stolling their babies while distracted on their cell phones and … Continue reading

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Speech Language Therapy Books

I try to work on all of my language goals while using excellent children’s literature. Recently, I was working on brainstorming ideas with a student to prepare for a writing assignment about a “memory.” The teacher read Wilfrid Gordon McDonald … Continue reading

Posted in 6-8 year-olds, Elementary School Age, Language, Speech and Language Delay, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | Leave a comment

Language Therapy Book Resources, Elementary Age

I love to use great picture books when doing language therapy so I wanted to share a few that have been rich for teaching certain language goals for elementary aged kids. Recently I was working with a fourth grader whose … Continue reading

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