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Charades Articulation Allows Students to Have Fun While Guessing Target Words

12 months of Sensory Dough: Come Link up Foam Dough, Cloud Dough, Edible Play dough, And Now Scented Dough! GREAT RESOURCE! New Link-ups open the 12th of every month, open all year! #sensoryplay

FREE, printable Easter Egg Puzzles

Prepositions and Following Directions with a Picnic Theme

Building Language: Where Do I Start? Great flowchart developed by the ladies at Speak for Yourself! to assist in early vocabulary selection for AAC. LOVE IT!

L.C., SLP: Quick Picture Artic (several ideas for using picture grids in artic tx and links to grids for /p, t, k, g, f, s, z, dʒ, tʃ, ʃ, l/ and s blends)

SpeechTechie: iPad Essentials-Window Shopping in the App Store. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @so siu ki Inc. Resources.

FREEBIE Friday: Artic Hidden Object Easter Egg Hunt: Part 2!

Freebie- Speech Therapy Homework for any sound!

Pam's Place Cues - Vowels - Full Video

  • Kelly Losson

    I've used this before! My kiddo with severe apraxia last year could only say the vowels with these cues.

Pam's Place Cues - Consonants - Full Video

Spring People Sentences: 3rd person pronouns: This is an activity that helps students state sentences that contain the third person pronouns 'he, she, and they.' There are visual sentence starters that students can use, or you can use the page without the sentence starters and have the student create their own sentences.

Speech and Language Kids: 5 Steps to Teach Your Child to Use "He" and "She" Correctly.

Spring Attribute Cards- Freebie! pk-2

Who Is Under The Umbrella? A preposition interactive book - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Eggs Everywhere Book: prepositions, commenting, describing

Three interactive books that are great for expanding utterance length and answering the question, "What do you see?"