Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Slp activities. Get inspired and try out new things.
At the beginning of every school year, I like to take mass baselines for all of my students so that I have a good clean idea on where they are toward meeting the goals set for them on their IEPs. Maybe they had a summer miracle or maybe they’ve regressed a little. Today I’m going […]
The Mind and The Mouth saved to Speech
Tips for easy organization of all your SLP materials and resources especially if you don't have much room for your preschool and elementary activities.
If your child struggles with articulation, fluency, voice regulation, understanding and expressing himself through language, or nonverbal autism, these speech therapy activities are a great place to start!
Amanda Marte saved to Speech Lang. Pathology
For the past year, I kept hearing about this fabulous therapy tool that folks kept referring to as the EET. What in the world? I did some research and found out that the EET, or Expanding Expression Tool, is a tool to use as a multi-sensory approach to language therapy, specifically targeting oral and written language. It has been on my wish list for quite some time...but not anymore! I bit the bullet and bought this with my very own money (budget schmudget). Check it...
cornelia terlouw saved to Speech
My little friend Maverick just loves hands on activities! Mav is demonstrating the Flipping Pancakes activity – one of our all time favorites for practicing speech sounds. It’s pretty easy to assemble- just print and cut out the pancakes. Then just grab a spatula from the dollar store and you’re all set. Just for fun […]
Jordan Conto saved to Speech Activity Ideas
Teaching Students with Echolalia- Practical tips for getting authentic speech.
SLP’s working in the school setting can easily be spread thin. If an SLP isn’t monitoring what he/she is committing to or looking at their current work load situation, things can go from manageable to chaotic in a blink of an eye. We must say no at work when we can’t do something! I compiled […]
Sue Hunter Stanfield saved to work board
Can I make a confession? One of my least favorite things to work on in therapy is the dreaded /r/ sound! It's so hard to demonstrate to students what exactly you want them to do
Sue Collins Bosch saved to Speech Therapy
Games are a great way to motivate your students in therapy. Use these games with articulation and Language decks or with game companions.
Speech Gems saved to SLP Articulation Activities
Some of our students need movement to help them learn! Speech therapy and in particular, minimal pairs, can become boring... so inject movement activities!
Tanya Purcell saved to Speech Therapy