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Hi friends! Check out some of the awesome resources and freebies below! > Books > Themed Activities > Boom Cards Freebies > TPT Freebies > Online Activities > Songs BOOKS Preschool Recommendations: Love Monster, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose, The Day It Rained Hearts, Little Blue Truck's Valentine Early Elementary Recommendations: The Biggest Valentine Ever, Hedgehugs, Mr. Goat's Valentine Early/Middle Elementary Recommendations: How to Catch a Loveasaurus, A Crankenstein…

Kathryn Krauss
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Play based speech therapy activities for speech language pathologists. Toys and games perfect for play based speech sessions.

Daily Cup of Speech | Speech Therapy
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If your child struggles with articulation, fluency, voice regulation, understanding and expressing himself through language, or nonverbal autism, these speech therapy activities are a great place to start!

April Wade
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The best way to help a child's speech and language development is through play. Here are 10 simple activities that you can do at home, including the key vocabulary to focus on, to help develop your child's speech and oral language. The key to these activities is about engaging with the child and using simple, useful language that matches the actions of play. This puts the language into context with what they are experiencing and gives them opportunities to hear, use and practice the language…

Kathi Todryk
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Can I make a confession? One of my least favorite things to work on in therapy is the dreaded /r/ sound! It's so hard to demonstrate to students what exactly you want them to do

Sarah Sanders
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As a Pediatric Speech Therapist, these toys are at the top of my Speech Therapy Wish List this Christmas Season! (Yes, I ask for toys for Christmas!) Have you ever caught yourself thinking, “what should I buy the 2 year old on my Christmas List” or “what toys can I use with the 3 year olds on my caseload”. Well, I have included a mega list of toys that can be used in speech therapy with preschoolers (and even early elementary students ) or played with at home all year long! Even if you don’t…

Starlia Clayton
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So much of communication goes beyond words and what is spoken. It is all about how you say it, am I right? Body posture, facial expressions, reactions, all of those nonverbal components of language play a HUGE roll in the overall message. I don't know about you, but all those unspoken underpinnings of language really trip up my kids. It's hard to find good ways to practice this skill, that is why I love use silent clips! My kids think it's cool that we 'watch movies' in speech. Sure kid…

J. Rich