Kimmy

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This is a fun speech therapy activity for children with language impairments. Print off the hands, laminate and attach to a Popsicle stick. Then print the pictures, cut out, and laminate. Using Velcro, attach the pictures to the hands. The students
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This is a fun make and take speech therapy activity for practicing personal pronouns, specifically "I". Students use pictures or their own drawings to talk about themselves. Practice in speech therapy until the student is proficient at using "I".
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This activity targets the use of possessives in speech therapy. Start by printing out the worksheets. First the students can match sentences and draw lines from the sentence to the correct picture while the teacher or therapist reads them aloud.
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This is a fun make and take speech therapy activity for practicing personal pronouns, specifically "She". Students use pictures or their own drawings to talk about a female person. Practice in speech therapy until the student is proficient at using
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This is a fun make and take speech therapy activity for practicing personal pronouns, specifically "He". Students use pictures or their own drawings to talk about a male person. Practice in speech therapy until the student is proficient at using
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This is simple but fun activity for use by speech-language pathologists when working with children who are reducing consonant blends. Simply print the pages and have the children cut out the spiders and glue on the web. Of course, they should be
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This is a simple but fun activity for use by speech-language pathologists in therapy. Print the pages and cut out the light bulbs to place "in" the lamps. Children can color the pictures, if desired. This activity is good for the /L/ sound in
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a speech-language pathologist with almost 15 years of experience in the public schools in Texas. I hold a Texas license in speech-language pathology as well as the CCC from ASHA.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Permian High School in Odessa, TX in 1988. I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with Bachelor of Science in Speech Communication in 1992. I graduated from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas with a Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1997.

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