Speech Therapy at Home Ideas
Articulation therapy, preschool, elementary, Down syndrome, autism, homeschool, speech therapy, PPD
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My "Spotted Using Good Speech and Language" carryover reward system is up and running! I use the neon, round price tag labels to stick on students if I hear them using their target skills outside of my room. I also give teachers labels to give to students if they catch them using their sounds/language skills. They then bring their sticker(s) to my therapy room to redeem their ticket for the spotted jar. I draw a ticket the last day of each month for a big prize.
have each kid decorate a white paper bag, and put artic cards with their sound. The kids roll a dice and have to say their word that many times. You can also put verb, synonym, antonym, adjective cards inside for kids to work on various language skills. Could keep these til they mastered the goal in therapy then take home for carryover
On Planning Carryover --- Q: "My 5-year-old has been in speech therapy since he was 2. After many years of therapy, he pronounces a word right during speech and at home speech activities and he uses them in a sentence, however he’s not carrying over with conversational speech. His SLP tells me to correct him when he says a word wrong, but I’m correcting nearly every word he says...Please help!!!! -- A: Read my answer at the blog post on my Q&A blog for SLP's :)