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Articulation Chants for Speech Therapy will help your students better understand how to make their target sounds in a fun and engaging way!
Katie Jones saved to Speech Language Therapy
A speech language pathology blog entitled speaking about remarkable kids learning language everyday!
Delaney saved to Speech Therapy
As my semester wraps up, I’ve started compiling ideas that I’ve used thus far! One of my clients was a very young artic client. He was incredibly cooperative and wonderful, so I got the…
These articulation mats were designed to accompany the popular four in a row game. They make it easy for you to target your students' objectives while playing the game (no need for additional articulation cards or materials). Grab the game and these mats for a FUN therapy session that students will LOVE! I started making game companions because I looked at all of my games and decided that I needed a way to make playing them more directly therapeutic! Don’t forget to check out my other game…
Martha Richards saved to speech
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
Articulation therapy CAN be fun, interactive and engaging! So why not put down those cards in speech therapy and try adding some play instead!
Mandee Strong saved to Speech therapy activities
🐍 To produce a clear S sound the tongue is raised high to almost touch the roof of the mouth. ☀️ See more exercises to practice S sound articulation here!
Josslyn Cook saved to Parent Resources
These FREE speech sound cue cards have a picture of a mouth producing the sound and a picture to remind your students of the sound.
How to Teach the R Sound in Articulation Therapy - To Use Bunched or Retroflex, That is the Question • Speechy Things
Blog post on how to teach the right variation of R for your student - bunched or retroflex. Where to start in speech therapy doesn't have to be hard!
Stacey Toht saved to R strategies
Over the years we have been working with my son on his articulation delay. For our family, this is one of our most frustrating challenges because we don't have any answers as to why he
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