This is a resource for speech pathologists as a reminder for the articulation points for each consonant. It is important to update your memory of these when your discuss phonetic placement with clients.
Here's a highly interactive game to work on those tricky he/she pronouns and/or categorization skills. With this game you can work on both receptive and expressive language skills. *I can make a game from Boardmaker*
The Top 10 Repetitive Books For Speech And Language Therapy These books are excellent to use in efficient therapy, as well as in the home setting where the child can interact/play with both SLPs and parents/caregivers. Pinned By: Destiny Hampton
Could be helpful to create cards like this when discussing at home behavior and at school behavior. Task cards and an activity to help students learn expected and unexpected behaviors. Great for teaching social skills or the Zones of Regulation!