This is a visual that can be used to remind and teach little ones about appropriate vocal hygiene as well as behaviours that are damaging to the voice. Can also be used as an educational document to discuss behaviours with parents.
Originally created as a visual cue for recalling the beginning, middle and end of a story. However could be used for many other purposes: beginning/middle/end sounds in a word, final consonant deletion, beginning/middle/end activities in a lesson,
A handout that can be given to parents, teachers, families, etc. to educate on developmental speech and language milestones from 1-5 years old. Includes red flags and a brief description of Speech Language Pathologists.
This resource can be used as homework or during sessions to target the SH sound, also known as the "quiet sound." Images can be cut out and drawn from a bag, hidden around the house and used to play hide and seek, printed in black and white and
Having trouble differentiating tongue placement for TH vs. S vs. SH? This handout provides a great analogy using a turtle's head. When the turtle's head is out, this represents the tongue sticking out through the teeth to produce TH. When the head
This vowel bingo game includes i vs I minimal pairs for those kiddoes that have difficulty differentiating the sounds. Two versions included so this game can be played with two people. Print out two copies of this document and with one, cut out the
Having difficulty targeting K in isolation? This fun resource can be used as a colouring sheet, cut out and drawn from a bag, hidden around a room and used for hide and seek, etc. Children are encouraged to produce the "coughing sound" like the
This resource can be printed in colour, or in black and white to use for colouring in. Get creative with how you use this resource - cut them out and draw them from a bag, play hide and seek with them, use them in a matching game, etc. Great for