Classroom Freebies: Susan Berkowitz’s Free Mystery Picture Hunt for Speech and Language

Susan Berkowitz’s Free Mystery Picture Hunt for Speech and Language

Try these fun speech and language games that you can do with a bunch of popsicle sticks and a marker. Great for home, a classroom, or in speech therapy

Popsicle Stick Speech and Language Games! Carrie& Popsicle Stick Game for Speech and Language Activities There& something about the random chance of drawing sticks from a cup that makes any activity more exciting!

A growing goal bank for speech and language therapy at the middle school levels. Sorted by target area and always being updated!

A growing goal bank for speech and language therapy at the middle school levels. Sorted by target area and always being updated! Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

FREE Apps for Every Speech and Language Pathologist. I'm so excited to try some of these apps in therapy!

Must Have FREE Apps for Every SLP or SLP Graduate Student

FREE Apps for Every Speech and Language Pathologist. I'm so excited to try some of these apps in therapy! Retrieved by Devin Bruce

Why you should be using learning targets in speech and language therapy. From Speech Room News. How to use "I can" statements.

Why you should be using learning targets in speech and language therapy. From Speech Room News. How to use "I can" statements.

One of my favourite things to use in therapy is my "feely bag"; it's full of toys and everyday objects which can all be used to elicit language from young children on my caseload. This post shares the why and the how of setting up 'feely bags' inyour speech room too!

One of my favourite things to use "feely bag"; it's full of toys and everyday objects which can all be used to elicit language from young children. This post shares the why and the how of setting up!

SLP Explanation Handouts for Parents and Teachers

Speech-Language Therapy Explanation Handouts for Parents & Teachers. By Natalie Snyders. I purchased these.

Free: Target word-level articulation and language goals-No prep, all black & white speech therapy activities!All you need is dice and dot markers!Contents: Articulation: (Vocalic R, Initial R, R Blends) - 36 words per page!!Language: (Synonyms, Categories) - 36 per page!!*These are perfect for the elementary to middle school student who prefers not to have "young looking" clip art.This is a small sample for the full product here:Dice and Dot for Speech and LanguageIt has 50 pages of NO P...

Free: Target word-level articulation and language goals-No prep, all black & white speech therapy activities!All you need is dice and dot markers!Contents: Articulation: (Vocalic R, Initial R, R Blends) - 36 words per page!

A list of toys and ways to use them to support Speech and Language Development- good resource to send to parents

Top Toys & How They Can Support Speech & Language Development (Part Two)

Barrier Games: Take a Mr. Potato Head (with at least one set of the same things for every player) or Cootie game and have each child take turns telling the other which pieces to put where. These are GREAT for targeting a TON of vocabulary!

Bright Ideas: Speech-Language Therapy : Monster/Halloween Speech and Language Unit!

The "Bright Ideas: Speech-Language Therapy : Monster/Halloween Speech and Language Unit" helps students compare and contrast in their writing in a fun way. I would use this in an english lesson.

Speech and Language Development Birth-5. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Ultimate Guide to Baby Milestones and Firsts

Parent Resource: This a great, in depth but easy to read speech and language milestones for years. This would be useful for parents who may not know much about language development.

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