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Words are a huge part of doing any type of speech and language therapy.
All of the words were hand picked to be common, functional, and targeted for multiple uses as a resource therapy and/or home practice.
Therapy activities and ideas that are original, fun, and engaging for you and your kids.
If you’re getting tired of doing drill and practice and playing memory while you work on target sounds...
...let’s repurpose those flashcards that have been your staple since day one, and encourage carryover at the same time.
Teaching multiple meaning words to students can be tricky enough without a visual.
This chart will save you time and help those you serve understand multiple meaning words more concretely.
This list will save you time searching for which books can teach what, along with examples of how to use them.
A List of 170+ test descriptions in English and Spanish from Apraxia to Phonology. Ready to copy and paste into your reports.
Printable chart of phoneme development in children based on the most current research.
Nice visual chart of every phonological process with descriptions, examples, and age that they should be remediated.
For children who need a little more assistance using descriptive language, show or give them a copy of this helpful handout for describing.
A bell curve chart that provides a really nice and simple visual representation.
Perfect for explaining test scores to individuals that are unfamiliar with normal distribution.
A compilation of our top 10 Tips of for improving speech and language abilities at home.
These tips are reminders to live by.
One time my student was getting bored during an activity and started saying the words and adding “poo” to the end.
I followed his lead and turned his “bad” behavior into a win-win. This made me think to write down my strategies or “code” that I follow to have my best therapy sessions ever.
Print and use this visually loaded resource to teach your student's about their Speech Helpers.
Each copy includes a hands-on coloring activity that helps children visually learn about their oral anatomy.
Read here about how teaching children about Speech Helpers can improve success.
Free guide packed with information about key questions to discuss and interview questions to ask potential employers, personal factors to consider, and much more.
Use our App to calculate a child's chronological age for comparing their current abilities with the milestone information on our site.
No iPhone or iPad? Use our online chronological age calculator instead.
These screening tests are designed to give you a comparison between what a child is currently doing and what they should be doing.
Both screeners provide detailed information that will help determine a child's present levels of performance.
Free video series of tips about teaching specific speech sounds.
These videos from the University of Iowa are great visual animations of tongue movement how we make consonant and vowel sounds in our mouth
Available in English and Spanish
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A dedicated place for every one of our site visitors to submit their comments and questions about anything related to speech and language.
A quick and easy reference for all things IPA. Or you can type using an IPA keyboard.
As Speech Pathologist's I know we have a lot on our plate.
This section of our website is to provide speech therapy resources to make the lives of SLPs easier and help them be more organized.
First of all, I will admit, I go crazy when I'm not organized.
It's just the way I am.
I have seen a lot of different tools on the internet and tried to compile as speech therapy resources into this section as possible.
I will always be adding more to this page as I get new ones.
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