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The Pirate Who Couldn't Say Arrr as read by Angie Neal with a few quick tips for /r/ at the end! Also attached is the "Open Mouth R Words" practice sheet! You may DEFINITELY share this with parents!"The Pirate Who Couldn't Say Arrr" book explains how to make an /r/ sound ("your mouth open wide, tong
Grades:
PreK - 6th
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Looking for an objective way to determine whether or not your speech student should be dismissed from speech therapy? This tool will help you to look at all of the key factors and plot them on a graph. The graph will then present a basis for recommendations to be made to the IEP team which may inclu
Grades:
K - 12th
I am SO EXCITED about this pragmatics assessment! Based on all the most recent research, this tool will add clarity to the difficulty that can happen with pragmatic assessments. The goal being - to determine WHY these difficulties are happening so that the appropriate type of support can be given (a
I am SO EXCITED about this pragmatics assessment! Based on all the most recent research, this tool will add clarity to the difficulty that can happen with pragmatic assessments. The goal being - to determine WHY these difficulties are happening so that the appropriate type of support can be given (a
"Pop Up" Speech and Language Crafts are easy crafts that the kids love! Create a 3D pop up while targeting your speech and language goals! This is a great craft to use with your pirate theme or to pair with your favorite pirate books!This pop-up craft includes a color and black/white map, treasure c
Pirate Practice Menus offer students a wide variety of ways to practice their speech sounds in a meaningful and fun way. Each menu asks them to select at least 5 items. It asks the students to sign each item when they complete it. This is explained to students in such a way that they understand that
Grades:
1st - 5th
The /r/ sound is one of the most difficult sounds in the English language to pronounce. This is in part because of the dynamic muscle movement that is required, especially when considering the six different vowel controlled /r/ sounds. 5 Sets of 5 is for SLPs who want to help their students develop
Grades:
K - 12th
This screening tool includes two screening tools - a simple screen and more in-depth screen to meet a variety of time constraints and needs. It includes the developmental expectations and a set criterion for passing each section. It can be used with students after the first 9 weeks of Kindergarten a
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
The Preverbal Skills Checklist is a school-based SLPs best friend when working with preschool special education students who are not yet verbal. It was created specifically to help SLPs document progress and teach parents about the various skills that go into the development of expressive speech. It
Grades:
PreK
Looking for a super SIMPLE, super easy social communication (pragmatic) checklist for teachers in order to document adverse academic effect? This ONE PAGE checklist... 1. Is a perfect tool for helping SLPs write appropriate pragmatic goals in the school setting 2. Takes into consideration the incr
Want a FUN way to practice articulation, voice, language and fluency all at the same time with students of all ages? Telling jokes is an ideal way to practice speech sounds, to learn figurative language (such as homophones, homonyms, phonological awareness, etc.) and to exercise good voice and flue
Grades:
1st - 12th
Home Programs for several of your most frequent articulation errors with easy to understand information about how they are produced and ways to practice at home!
Grades:
PreK - 4th
Developmental Milestones Ages INCLUDE = Ages BIRTH-FIVE YEARS (Kindergarten). PREVIEW shows ONLY age 3-4 years. SKILLS ADDRESSED INCLUDE: cognition, pre-reading, language, social, visual-perceptual skills, self-care, gross motor, among others. Parents, teachers and service providers are best prepare
This handout is a great reference for recommendations to include in evaluation reports! This Pragmatics Home Program is a handout to give to parents to help them understand how they can help their child improve their social language skills/pragmatics at home. It includes suggestions and descriptions
Grades:
1st - 10th
Have an /s/ that just won't generalize? It may be that a reverse swallow is impeding progress. Here is a weekly practice calendar in easy to understand language for students that includes 4 orofacial myofunctional therapy exercises designed to improve tongue tip strength, positioning and motion need
Grades:
2nd - 4th
For students with social language deficits, it can be difficult to know what rules they should know, but do not. This handout includes both 20 unspoken rules and 20 hidden curriculums that may need to be explicitly taught.
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Often we take for granted how difficult it is to learn how to ask for help. Students with language and/or social language impairments may find this task especially daunting. This document helps students to understand both the how and why of asking for help and provides "word bubble" choices that can
This activity will help your students to practice their "arrr" in a super fun way! In my practice, we highlight the our sound throughout the document, pick our three favorites, practice them, and then go around the school telling jokes to everyone who will listen!
Grades:
1st - 5th
This document is designed to help organize the way you teach idioms and figurative language into meaningful units as well as to measure your student's progress. There are 3 sets of idioms/figurative language in this one document. Each set includes 5 different categories with a total of 45 idioms per
Ever wanted a quick, "go to" reference to help you think about where to go, what to target and what goals to write for language students? This handout is designed to help support SLPs in this effort. It is based on the language processing model by Dr. Gail Richards. It is not meant to be looked at f
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
There are three tiers of vocabulary. Tier one vocabulary includes words that are most often learned through conversation in typical language learning environments. However, for students from low language environments and/or those with language and learning needs, these words may need to be taught ex
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Your favorite pragmatics/social skills activities all in one set: "Tattling vs. Telling", "How to Deal With Frustration", "5 Things You Can Talk About With Anyone", "Planning/Intentionality", "Inferencing", Asking for Help", "Pragmatic Group Activities", "Pragmatics/Social Skills Menu I, II and III"
This three document is a "one stop" resource for talking with parents about the impact of technology on a child's development. Using parent friendly language, this handout includes: the recommended guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, a "top 10" why there needs to be a limit on techno
This worksheet is designed to help facilitate discussions that will help students better understand empathy and point of view. Teaching students point of view helps them to learn that everyone has different thoughts, feelings and emotions. When you try to “put yourself into someone else’s shoes”, y

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