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    Back to School Speech-Language Activities for Elementary Students

    Do you have elementary students with language goals on your caseload this year?  I’ve got some back-to-school Speech-Language activities for you (including a freebie) . . . and most are no-prep or low-prep! (If you looking for back-to-school speech-language activities geared more toward early language skills for students who need lots of…

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    Using Visuals in Speech Therapy

    If you work with students who use AAC, particularly those on the autism spectrum or with multiple disabilities, using visuals is so important to help your students access the world around them. I tend to think of visuals for speech therapy in two categories: 1. Visuals to help the student…

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    Summer Speech Therapy Books

    If you are looking for summer books to use in your speech therapy sessions, I’ve rounded up a list of books by summer themes. Some themes I like to use for summer include the beach, ocean animals, camping, pirates, and more! This post contains affiliate links, which means we could…

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    The 5 Best Board Games for Preschoolers in 2022

    Board games are one of the best ways of learning for preschoolers. It not only teaches them the concept of rules and gameplay, but they also get to learn a variety of speech, logical and visual reasoning, and social skills in a fun and casual way!   In a world…

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    Boost Your SLP Teletherapy Sessions With These 4 Apps

    This article was written by guest blogger Candace Denver for speakplaylove.com. More than one million children in the US receive school-based speech and language services. It was necessary then, for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to maintain clinical speech-language services via teletherapy during the COVID-19 pandemic closures. Studies indicate that over 60% of responding…

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    Spring Speech Therapy Themes

    I wanted to do a bit of a “brain dump” of all the spring speech therapy themes I could think of. My hope is that reading through these theme ideas will get your creative juices flowing when it comes to planning your speech therapy sessions this spring! Spring Speech Therapy…

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    Children’s Books about Speech Disorders

    Books are a wonderful way to teach children about people who communicate in a way that is unfamiliar. They can also help children with a speech disorder feel less alone, knowing that others have gone through the same struggles.  Below is a list of children’s books about speech disorders. (If…

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    Winter Speech Therapy Activities and Ideas

    As a speech and language pathologist, there are a lot of fun themes to work on in the winter! Below I will share winter speech therapy activities, theme ideas, winter speech therapy books, and craft ideas. These ideas are all for students who are working on language goals – from…

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    Christmas Speech Therapy Activities

    Those 2-3 weeks in December before school gets out can feel like an eternity (when is break starting!?!), but it can also be a time to add some fun, Christmas speech therapy activities into your sessions!   This post contains affiliate links, which means we could receive a commission if…