How to implement remote, digital Speech Teletherapy / Telepractice With the recent school and clinic closings due to COVID-19, many SLPs are looking into the e-learning options like Speech Therapy Telepractice to deliver remote services. I wanted to remind/show you that my resources you have downloaded CAN be used interactively as a NO PRINT method. In this post, I explain how to send resources … [Read more...] about How To Implement Remote Digital Speech Teletherapy / Telepractice
How to teach pronouns in Speech Therapy As a mom of 2 and speech therapist for over 18 years, I've seen my fair share of pronoun errors in kids. Let's be honest, it's cute for a while. "Him has the ball." These errors, or delays, typically go hand in hand with verb tense errors as well. "Her goed there." Still funny out of the mouths of a 3 year old. What are the developmental milestones for … [Read more...] about Speech Therapy Activities for Pronouns & How to Teach Pronouns in Speech Therapy
Are you ready for a new year in your speech room? Do you have personal goals? Things you want to accomplish with your speech students? I'm not big on making personal resolutions, but I do like to take a look at things I need to revise or improve each new year. I thought I sit down before I head back from break and see what I can do to be better set for 2017. For myself, I like to have a good … [Read more...] about New Year’s Goals and Ideas For SLPs!
Fall and Football in speech therapy is such a fun time for me. Do you incorporate football? Read on to see how I use some great books and games in my speech room...and grab a freebie for yours! Do you remember making paper footballs when you were younger? It seems like all little boys love making these. They are super easy and fast to make. (perfect sequencing activity...first, next, then, … [Read more...] about Football Fun In Speech Therapy
Read Across America is always a great time to incorporate new books. Here are a few fun ways you can incorporate some Seuss fun too... I have SO MANY great ideas on my Seuss! Pinterest board here. I will be making 2 snacks for my therapy room this week: One is a “Wacky Wednesday” snack. It is super easy! It’s a mix of pretzels, M&Ms, animal crackers, marshmallows, peanuts, … [Read more...] about Celebrating Read Across America in Speech Therapy
What fall books are you reading in your speech rooms? So many themed books to enrich your therapy sessions. Scarecrows, tractors, apples, turkeys.... so many more. Read on to get some book ideas and a freebie to download. If you are familiar with the Otis the Tractor books, you will not be disappointed with the fifth in the series, Otis and the Scarecrow by Loren Long. I like to refer to him … [Read more...] about Fall Books in Speech Therapy: Otis and the Scarecrow FREEBIE included!
Fall books to use in Speech Therapy What books do you pull out for the fall? Picture books about leaves changing color and falling to the ground are plentiful. I use Leaf Man, Red Leaf Yellow Leaf, The Golden Acorn, and The Fox and the Falling Leaves and thought I'd share how I use them. Seasonal books offer opportunities to target goals with themed vocabulary content. This post contains my … [Read more...] about Using Fall Books In Speech Therapy