This awesome bundle focuses on articulation of 23 speech sounds: B/P*, M, W, Y, N, H, F/V*, T/D*, K/G*, L, NG, TH, R, CH, J, SH, ZH, S/Z*. *Condensed onto same page.
Each handout includes placement cues, troubleshooting tips, and ideas for next
This handout focuses on articulation of later developing sounds: /r, s, z, th, ch, j, sh, zh/. It includes placement cues, troubleshooting tips, and ideas for next steps. Two versions for each sound are included in your purchase - One brightly
I absolutely love treating children and adults with fluency disorders. I’ve found some great materials online, but I also wanted to design a few of my own that reflect my therapy philosophy. Stuttering is a neurologically based disorder, with a
Articulation bookmarks are a great way to promote carryover into the classroom and home! This packet features 23 pages - One bookmark for each of the sounds listed. Assembly is easy - Simply print on heavy paper, cut and glue the sides together. Cut
These handouts cover articulation of consonant sounds /k, g, t, d, f, v, l, ng/. The 10 page pack includes grayscale and brightly colored versions of 5 handouts: pairs k/g, f/v, and t/d are condensed onto one page per pair; l and ng are on one-page
These cards were designed to be used by SLPs as visual prompts to encourage correct sound production. Included articulation targets: l, k, g, s, z, sh, ch, b, p, m, w, y, n, h, f, v, t, d, ng, r, th. I'll be adding vowel sounds soon so get them now
Included in this resource are four session plans/homework activities to get you started with clients working on reducing frontal tongue protrusion (lisping). This packet includes instructions for production of /s/ in isolation and in the initial
Celebrate Better Speech and Hearing Month with these informative handouts for teachers. Generate awareness of BSHM by posting these handouts in the lounge or circulating one in teachers' mailboxes each week.
This packet covers three distinct
Short wordless films provide a perfect medium for targeting higher level language skills in a fun and engaging way. This packet targets prediction and inference making, as well as vocabulary development. Selected vocabulary relates to the emotions
This activity incorporates many pragmatic language goals into one game. 21 short, relatable scenarios provide students with the opportunity to practice: (1) perspective taking, (2) evaluating the size of a problem, (3) labeling thoughts and
This set of handouts focuses on articulation of earliest developing sounds: /b, p, m, n, w, h, j(ya)/. It includes placement cues, troubleshooting tips, and ideas for next steps. Two versions of each sound are included in your purchase - One
We know how helpful it is for kids with language impairments to have access to visuals and opportunities for massed practice. And we know how hard it is to break down higher level language tasks (e.g., explaining predictions and inferences, forming
If you're anything like me, you start out the year relatively organized and then (typically around Spring Break) you slowly spiral out of control into a "sticky note losing, WHEN is that report due?!, and where the heck is my my clipboard?" kind of
This activity is great for elementary pragmatics or language groups. The students work to create useful reference strips for different categories of emotions (e.g, happiness, anger), while building vocabulary and enhancing awareness of emotions in
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This pack was designed as a companion to the book Crazy Hair Day by Barney Saltzberg. Please note that this product does NOT include the story and you will need to purchase or borrow
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This pack was designed as a companion to the book Wemberly Worried by Kevin Henkes. Please note that this product does NOT include the story and you will need to purchase or borrow
It is amazing how much inaccurate information parents receive about stuttering. Mostly from the internet, but also from pediatricians! Many of them still believe that their 10-year-old will “grow out” of stuttering. Some think that they caused their
Looking for a quick way to reinforce students for good behavior, homework compliance, and bringing their materials to therapy? I've created these punch cards as a free download in honor of Back-To-School Month. Enjoy!
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Are you tired of running all over the building to collect students for therapy? Sick of coming in for a push-in time to find the kids watching a video? These speech reminders will help remind teachers and students of the speech schedule.
Use this door hanger to indicate your whereabouts and let staff and students know whether it is okay to enter the room.
Print and laminate then hang on the door outside your room. Use a clothespin or mark directly on the sign with a dry erase