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- Be that SLP who has easy to access charts and posters for your speech sound disorder caseload! This bundle of charts and posters are bright, easy to use, and explains speech therapy development with parents and teachers.Whether you want to use these for screening purposes, hang them in your speech t$27.00$30.00Save $3.00
Do you need a quick reference chart or poster that shows common phonological patterns (processes) and their approximate ages of suppression? Would you like a simpler way to describe phonological patterns with parents and teachers?
DOWNLOAD these sheets if you want to:
❶ -- Feel more confident describing and explaining phonological patterns
❷ -- Have a quick reference to approximate ages of suppression broken down by age.
❸ -- Display informative poster in your speech therapy room
❹ -- Have a list of journal articles where these norms and data were taken from to further your reading.
The Phonological Patterns Chart is a resource that SLPs will constantly be referring to, to support their pediatric caseload. It is the same style and design as the popular Speech Development Chart (for typical speech sound acquisition).
⭐ Product is part of a discounted SPEECH CHART BUNDLE of high-quality charts, posters, and infographics ⭐
This chart is an engaging addition to your speech pathology office or waiting room. You can also print out the black and white version to use as screening or assessing stimulability.
❶ -- You can take the Phonological Pattern Chart to a local print or office supplies shop to be printed as poster size. I have successfully printed the poster at A1 size.
❷ -- Print as regular paper-sized and laminate for durability. It is great to pull out of a folder to reference.
❸ -- Print the black & option and attach it to a report or use it for screening purposes.
✅ -- Single-paged Phonological Pattern Chart
✅ -- Two versions are included
✅ -- Includes norms on references
✅ -- Comes in color and black & white
❤️ Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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