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Preschool Speech

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Games! Games! Games! It is one of the reasons I love being an SLP. The tricky part is turning commercial games into therapy tools. My students love to play games, so what better way to motivate them to practice their speech targets. I love to use Pop Up Pirate, Jumpin Jack, Shark Bite, Pop the Pig, the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel, Yeti in my Spaghetti and Fishing games. One way you can use them is with articulation or language decks. The students practice their sounds or language target and then…

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Using books that invite movement with preschool students is a fun and playful way to incorporate a variety of speech and language goals. When the movement is incorporated into the story, you allow the child to DO rather than be told what to do. The instructions are inherent in the text, making it a very meaningful and motivating activity for the child! Some books are better than others for getting kids moving in therapy sessions. I have complied by TOP 20 list! Seasonal Repetitive Gross…

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Over the past five and a half years I have learned a lot while working as a school-based speech-language pathologist. When I first started I created a set of homework tasks cards called Toddler Toys and felt that it was time for an update. Through the years I have realized that many of my school-age children benefit greatly from play-based speech therapy and that these cards are not just for toddlers. So, I have updated the file and compiled 15 of my favorite, most used play-based speech…

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14 Preschool Spring songs and fingerplays that are terrific for learning speech and language plus spring crafts for kids, game ideas and spring speech therapy activities.

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Speech therapy should be meaningful and motivating. Do you agree?! One way we can make practicing articulation in speech therapy meaningful is to choose words to are related to the theme and activity that we are doing (what four year old says the word, “thimble”??). Using speech sound targets that are related to the theme will help you easily incorporate words into any of your themed speech therapy activities - books, games, songs, and toys! You can use these tips during speech therapy with…

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Here are my best preschool speech therapy tips and tricks. They are sure to help you make the most of your speech therapy sessions with your little ones.

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Hey busy SLP! Ever find yourself in a therapy rut or in need of some articulation activities ASAP? I’ve got you covered! This post is full of 12 quick and easy articulation activities to help you achieve as many target trials as possible, without resorting to the ever-tedious drill, drill, drill! Articulation Activitie

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Children's songs are great for working on language development through building vocabulary, repetition, memory, and creativity. Free song choice cards

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