Category Archives: Preschool

Book Lessons on Being Different

I loved my visit to our town library today and was rewarded with a full bookshelf of “NEW!” books. They put a little sticker on them which really gets kids excited too. I grabbed several for my language lesson with … Continue reading

Posted in 3-6 year-olds, 6-8 year-olds, Elementary School, Language, Preschool, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | Leave a comment

Dress for Success – 24 words to teach your child… in 30 seconds a day

Thanks to our guest blogger, Erica Cardamone, speech-language pathologist, talking expert, and new blogger at www.thespeechies.com, whose mission is to provide parents with the same knowledge and tools that we use during speech therapy, to build and enhance their children’s language. Check out … Continue reading

Posted in 3-6 year-olds, Articulation, Birth-3 year-olds, Language, Preschool, Speech and Language Delay, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | 2 Comments

Back To School Great New Games for Speech Therapy

The beginning of a new school year is always exciting for students as well as educators–I still feel the thrill several years after I’ve left the public schools to start my private practice. Everything is fresh and new–paper, name tags, … Continue reading

Posted in 10 and up, 3-6 year-olds, 6-8 year-olds, 8 years and up, Elementary School Age, Games, Preschool, Speech and Language Delay, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | Leave a comment

Back to School Speech Therapy, Great Puzzles

I love to use puzzles in speech therapy and want to share some new terrific puzzles to liven up therapy sessions. Interesting puzzles can be used as a reinforcer for articulation therapy or language lessons, having the child give a … Continue reading

Posted in 10 and up, 12 years and up, 3-6 year-olds, 6-8 year-olds, 8 years and up, Articulation, Language, Preschool, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | Leave a comment

Comparisons Lessons in Speech Therapy

I recently took a new book out of the library to use for speech language therapy sessions and realized it was perfect for teaching comparisons and book-to-book connections. Jam and Honey by Melita Morales is actually two books under one … Continue reading

Posted in 3-6 year-olds, Books, Preschool, Preschool Class, Reading, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | 1 Comment

New Collaborative Games for Speech Therapy

I love to discover new toy companies that provide beautifully designed, fun, educational games. I was introduced to Peaceable Kingdom at the Toy Fair in February and just had the opportunity to review their games with kids and they met … Continue reading

Posted in 3-6 year-olds, Games, play, Preschool, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | 1 Comment

Dr. Panda, Teach Me! App Review for Speech Language Therapy

I know you will enjoy this guest post by Katie Kelley, SLP at  peachyspeech.com. Katie’s depth of knowledge on speech therapy apps contributes to her valuable recommendations. Here she is reviewing “Dr. Panda, Teach Me!” which is designed for typically … Continue reading

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Kid’s Progress in Speech Therapy

My private practice is 9 years old and lately I am hearing from some former parents who are asking for a tune-up in therapy for their kids. Yesterday I did a preschool observation of a little 4 1/2 year-old boy … Continue reading

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

More Preschool Speech Therapy Ideas

This week, I blogged in response to a question I got from a fellow SLP asking for ideas to keep preschoolers engaged in a speech and language lesson. As I was working with a 2 1/2 year-old today, I was … Continue reading

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Speech Therapy Ideas for Preschoolers

One of the joys of having a blog is that I hear from people literally all around the world. Some are parents seeking advice for their children who have speech and language delays, some are students in grad school asking … Continue reading

Posted in Apraxia, Autism, Language, play, Preschool, Speech and Language Delay, Strategies to Encourange Language Development | 5 Comments