Speech therapy homework.
This can be a big debate. On one hand, we can argue that kids get enough homework as it is and they need to go home and play outside. On the other hand, we know we need to drive these concepts as … [Read More...]
Tis the season of Fall! AKA, the start to allllll the things seasonal and holiday for the next few months.Â Thereâ€™s a reason why SLPs love this time of year: therapy is FUN and therapy is EASY!Â Â Hereâ€™s three quick reasons … [Read More...]
I donâ€™t know about you but it seems like everyone on my caseload needs help in the spatial concepts department. It used to daunt me that â€œoh my gosh, I have no materials to use to target this.â€ Well, silly me, because you … [Read More...]
My #booksharetuesday looks a little different today. Instead of one book, I’d love to show you how to store allll the books to encourage language opportunities. Leaving the covers facing forward gives the child a chance to choose the book they want based on the cover. Also, having books out of reach will allow opportunities to request. You can give binary choices, work on directions (go get the dog book), and the vocabulary in the covers they see are limitless. How do you store books? 👇🏼
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