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    Receptive & Expressive Language - Speech Therapy

    Resources and information for SLP's: Speech therapy for receptive and expressive language skills. #SLPeeps

    Receptive & Expressive Language - Speech Therapy

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    This freebie targets expressive language. It includes real life pictures on the top of the page and language prompts on the bottom of the page. Students can verbally answer the questions or write their answers to practice written language skills. There are a total of 10 pictures included.

    Expressive Language Picture Prompts


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    The flash cards must be printed, laminated and cut out. They are great for learning body parts by matching picture to real body part or learning vocabulary. It is also good for spelling and reading activities. I have the same flash cards in Russian, Roumanian and French.


    Monster resource on expressive language delay. Learn what it is and how to treat it | Speech and Language Kids

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    8 Funny Idioms About Food with Examples and Explanations - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

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    Classroom poster to teach students about idioms. I usually let the students choose an idiom from the poster and draw a picture to go with it. - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

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    Are you concerned that your toddler isn't saying much? Here are five signs that your toddler's language is about to explode!

    When Will My Toddler Start Talking?

    Free! My Book of Antonyms! journal template for recording new vocabulary and related antonyms. Each page has a box for new vocabulary, antonyms, a sentence using the vocabulary, and a picture to describe the vocabulary

    The Speechstress

    Valentine's Day bar graphing activity. Help your child learn the important comparative terms more than, less than, and equal to.

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    Adventures in Speech Pathology: Conjunction Starter Worksheets for Because-learning tool for building complex sentences. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

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    An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference

    Base Jumping Wallpapers

    Answering Yes/No Questions

    Answering Yes/No Questions

    Quantity Word War - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Speechie Freebies: Quantity Word War

    Opposites music video - The Learning Station

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    Free Inferences Worksheets, Making Inferences Worksheets, Inference Activities, Inference Printables

    Inference Activities - Have Fun Teaching

    40 Object Function for Speech Therapy for Speech Therapy Practice

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    The Autism Tank: Preposition Activity

    Autism Tank: Preposition Activity

    Fast Food WH Questions

    Speech Therapy Major Speech Minor Girl

    This activity is great for those students working on categories. It consists of 10 different apple tree pages with different categories that are re...

    Apple-Tree Thanksgiving/Fall Categories for Speech Therapy

    Newly updated to include 99 fourth grade math Common Core academic vocabulary word wall cards!! Great value! $

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    Vocabulary games and activities, plus FREE printable. ~ Pinned by

    Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Vocabulary Ideas

    This activity includes 30 flash cards based on Eric Carle's book "From Head to Toe." It includes animals from the story as well as additional anima...

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    FREE Inferencing Skills Game. Author requests you leave a comment after you download it at the TOT store! :-)

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    Free! Preposition Zoo Book printable...9 pages!

    Preposition Zoo Book

    Varying inflection during speech therapy: Each student says a given sentence 3 times with varying inflection. Once as a statement with falling intonation, then as a question with rising intonation, and the third time as an exclamatory sentence with expression throughout. Once the students get the hang of it, it is time to level up! Students randomly pick how they are going to say the sentence and the other students guess what type of inflection they are using.

    Articulation Practice - Varying Inflection