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***During the COVID-19 health crisis these handouts ARE allowed to be e-mailed or shared digitally with parents and students through protected sites such as Google Clasroom, Seesaw or Class Dojo. My terms of use does not permit open file-sharing such as posting to a Google Site, Wikispace or Cloud-Sharing application. Whenever possible please include a link to my TPT store when sharing. Thank you for helping to protect my work so I can continue to offer free resources. Also, I have uploaded the
PreK - 6th

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Do you want to provide parents with easy, practical ways to practice speech and language skills "on the go?" Car rides to the grocery store or the morning commute to school provide many opportunities for parents and students to practice language and articulation skills in a fun and easy way. This handout is perfect to provide parents at the beginning of the school year, before a long break (when families are traveling), parent/teacher conferences, etc. Customer Tips:How can I earn TPT credits t
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Speech Therapy carryover during the summer months is important! With this free parent handout, teachers and Speech Therapists can provide parents with easy to implement strategies and activities to use during a walk. This is a sample of the Move and Learn This Summer: Play Based Handouts.If you like this handout, you may also like:Parent and Teacher Handouts: Wh-Questions Parent and Teacher Handouts: Following Directions, Concepts, and Pronouns Parent and Teacher Handouts: Phonological Awareness
Handouts for grades K-5 of common developmental milestones and school expectations for children in grades Kindergarten through Fifth Grade adapted from ASHA and Eric K. Sander Publications. Perfect for parents and colleagues. Included: K-5 Handouts regarding Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Speech norms Suggestions for Parents Handout for Early Elementary, Later Elementary, and Speech (all ages). Reference Sheet Enjoy!
As Black Friday nears and shopping lists are made, SLPs have the the opportunity to recommend great toys to increase speech and language skills. I wanted to make some handouts to send home with my students this month. I made two different handouts. One handout is for toddlers and one handout is for preschoolers. Each handouts has a four general toy recommendations and some ideas about how to encourage communication skills.
This one page free handout is designed for SLPs to send home to parents of elementary & middle school students for suggestions on how to practice good speech and language skills through games and apps. This is a great option to send home over the summer or whenever parents ask for ideas on how to work with their children at home. It’s also perfect for promoting Better Speech & Hearing Month in May or for an open-house type school event! ________________________________________________
1st - 8th
Hello! Today we are providing a FREE HANDOUT to be given to parents or caregivers while their child is undergoing articulation therapy. It contains some helpful tips on how they can help encourage correct articulation at home. We hope you find this handout beneficial! A version in color and in black and white is provided in the download. Here's a quick summary of the tips provided on the handout: *Use gentle reminders of correction. *Try to revise what your child has mispronounced. *Try to
PreK - 7th
Preschool and School SLPs can use this no-prep handout to help plan therapy, send for homework, or give to school staff.This handout is designed for the busy SLP. It is jam packed with practical and easy to implement activities with everyday items, as well as effective strategies. This one-page handout provides enough information for parents (or you!) to implement therapy for up to one month! That means less prep for YOU!This WH-Question Handout includes:age of typical acquisition.example of co
This handout is perfect to give to parents during the first couple of weeks or during back-to-school night! Includes options for:SLP (Speech-Language Pathologists)SLPA (Speech-Language Pathology Assistants)SLT (Speech-Language Therapists)CDA (Communicative Disorders Assistants)This is a PowerPoint presentation with the background secured (not editable) but you may add in text boxes to fill out the name, about me, contact, and favorites sections. You can also insert an image into the template OR
Having a child who uses any form of alternative augmentative communication (AAC) user can be overwhelming for a parent, but it doesn't have to be! This download contains a sample no-prep handout that covers the following areas: -Basic AAC introduction--what AAC is and is not (dispelling myths and why AAC is important and successful) The handout is 2 pages and can be printed front and back for paper saving! If you'd like to download the full packet, click here: AAC and You--handouts for Parent
Not Grade Specific
Do you want to help parents help their child? Of course you do!This handout is a sample from the Parent and Teacher Handouts: Brown's Morphemes. This handout is designed for the busy SLP. It is jam packed with practical and easy to implement activities with everyday items, as well as effective strategies. You can share this handout with parents, teachers, and school staff. This one-page handout provides enough information for parents to implement homework for up to one month! That means less pr
This is the first page of my Pediatric Feeding Therapy Activities + Positive Behavior Reinforcement at Home From picky eaters to toddlers with sensory processing issues, these strategies and tips will help set your SLP and OT clients up for success by giving their parents the at-home support they need! This resource includes detailed guidelines, step-by-step strategies, and fun activities that will empower parents to incorporate feeding therapy approaches with their toddlers or older children.MO
Play skills in speech and language handouts for parents and caregivers! Thank you for your interest in my product! This is a packet of handouts about play skills and why they are important in speech and language development. I often talk to parents about developing play skills while targeting speech and language skills, and I like to have this resource to refer to! This handout includes short descriptions of functional play, pretend play, symbolic play, parallel play, and reciprocal play. I hop
Stop repeating yourself! Use these handouts to explain to parents how to easily incorporate speech and language skills practice into the daily routines of preschoolers. There is one handout for speech skills and another for language skills. Print them two to a page for student who need help in both areas. ***************************************************************************** If you like the Handouts for Parents: Preschool Speech and Language Practice you’re going to love these! Early Sou
PreK - 1st
Use this handout to encourage parents to practice speech and language skills in preschoolers. This document is created by Jenna Rayburn at Speech Room News. Please direct other SLPs to this web address to download the handout.
This free parent handout in both English and Spanish includes eleven different ways to promote good language at home during every day experiences. Specific examples are given to model appropriate language skills for young students. Get more parent resources HERE!
This is a simple, visual handout to help families understand the components of a feeding disorder. It helps organize the information clearly so that your entire team can understand the four areas that need to be addressed in a "whole child" approach.You can get more info on the 4 areas of feeding in this blog post and more feeding resources here!⇨ WHAT’S INCLUDED ⇦○ blank template ○ version with check-boxes⇨ HOW TO PREP ⇦○ This resource is NO PREP! Just print and go - or pull it up on your devic
Not Grade Specific
This parent and teacher friendly handout is designed for the busy SLP. It is no-prep and require you to just print and go! This is a sample from the Language Processing: Parent and Staff Information Handouts for Speech Therapy.This one-page handout is jam packed with practical and easy to implement activities with everyday items, as well as effective strategies. You can share it with parents, teachers, and school staff. This one-page handout provides enough information for parents to implement h
Are you needing the perfect early language handout for the Spanish and English speaking parents on your caseload? These free handouts are unlike any other! Each parent friendly page teaches caregivers how to implement a speech therapy strategy at home. These handouts also contain practical tips from a real-life SLP-Mom and guides parents through implementing each strategy with their individual child.This Resource Contains the Following Handouts (in Spanish and English):The Two Best Ways to Teach
Working with children with Selective Mutism can be such a daunting and delicate task. As an SLP, I was frequently asked, "How do I get him to talk?" My answer was always the same: You don't. Our roles as SLPs is to give others a voice, but it doesn't necessarily mean that they have to speak. Sometimes, it simply means educating those around them and advocating strongly for the students. We have to work closely with parents and staff to differentiate instruction, so that students with Selective M
Parent-friendly information and helpful tips for enhancing expressive and receptive language skills. The download includes 2 articles (2 pages each) both available in color and black and white.Note of caution It is strongly recommended that you consult a speech therapist to ensure the activities listed are appropriate for your child’s age and ability.
These quick and easy printable handouts are great to send home with students working on answering WH- questions. Included in this download are two black and white handouts. One lists WH- questions (who, what, when, and where questions) to give parents an idea of how to work on WH- questions at home. The other sheet has 12 WH- questions (3 of each: who, what, when, where) with accompanying pictures for students who need more visual support. These handouts can also be used as a quick language s
FREE parent handout to promote AAC modeling (aka Aided Language Stimulation, Aided Language Input).
Not Grade Specific
Enjoy this free handout for parents explaining self talk and parallel talk. This is the kick-off in my series directed at the little ones and parent training! Check back for more great early intervention and preschool handouts!

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