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Soms hebben kinderen iets extra's nodig (denk aan ADHD, autisme etc. Dit top-idee is makkelijk aan te passen voor school. Visual schedule with pull down flaps + magnets. When item is completed, close the flap, and the word "done" is on the outside. Chores For Kids, Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Daily Activities, Preschool Chores, Shape Activities, Chore Chart Kids, Chore Charts, Visual Schedules

Chore Chart

Chore Chart is a great way to help your little kids feel accomplished with their chores. It's super simple to make and only requires a few items.

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90+ Speech Therapy Test Descriptions At Your Fingertips

Use over 90 speech therapy test descriptions as much as you need. Download, print, or copy and paste them from our site.

Activity of the Week: Lego Picture Puzzles-pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins Motor Activities, Therapy Activities, Preschool Activities, Therapy Ideas, Lego Therapy, Speech Therapy, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Educational Assistant

Activity of the Week: Lego Picture Puzzles - PediaStaff

[Source: I Can Teach My Child] We have had so much fun with these LEGO picture puzzles! The boys and I just laughed and laughed at the combinations they created. And the LEGO “puzzles” took only a few minutes to make once I had the pictures developed! Here’s what you’ll need: LEGO Duplos, Double-sided tape, an […]

Core Vocabulary resource Communication Purposes: Express wants and needs, info transfer, social closeness, social etiquette. Preschool Speech Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech And Language, Vocabulary Activities, Vocabulary Words, Therapy Worksheets, Core, Budget

35+ Simple (and FREE) Ideas for Beginning Core Word Users

This post began as a search for new core word activities. As I searched, I was amazed at some of the fabulous resources found. Core words wasn't such a great search term. I found many ideas by searching for core vocabulary, core word books, sight word activities, and life skills activities. The PrAACtical AAC is my #1 source for core word strategies and activities. If you work with AAC users, consider subscribing to the blog. Two recent posts PrAACtically January: Resources for A Year of…

The Budget SLP: Fall and Halloween - Updated and FREE School Holiday Activities, Halloween Activities, Autumn Activities, Free Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Speech Pathology, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities

Fall and Halloween - Updated and FREE

Three years of fall and Halloween posts have been updated (October 2019). Visit these posts for FREE downloads and links to FREE activities. What do you want to be? Tuesday's Treasure Box: Halloween Apps and Apptivities Halloween is Just Two Weeks Away and the Pumpkin is Stuck on the Vine: Speech and Language Activities for Big Pumpkin by EricaSilverman Describing Pumpkins Speech and Language with the Big Green Monster Pumpkins and Jack-o-Lanterns, A Free Download Describing Gourds Pumpkin…

The Hardcover of the Si llevas un raton a la escuela (If You Take a Mouse to School) by Laura Numeroff, Felicia Bond New York Times, Music Games, Laura Numeroff, The Kissing Hand, Bond, Readers Theater, School Themes, Going Back To School, First Day Of School

Back to School with the Mouse

I am an Amazon Affiliate. Most of you are back in school or thinking about returning soon. I started back to work this week and am putting together some language activities for Laura Numeroff's book, If you Take a Mouse to School. Here are some links to great budget priced (FREE) activities to pair with this book. Your students will love this animated version of If you Take a Mouse to School on YouTube. Check out Andrew Ghio's other animated books as well. At Teachers Pay Teachers find FREE…

I am constantly on the hunt for any fun ways to get my students excited about therapy, especially articulation. I have a love/hate relationship with articulation therapy. There is so much room for cre Speech Therapy Themes, Therapy Games, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Therapy Ideas, Articulation Therapy, Articulation Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities

My Favorite Therapy Game, KAPOW!

I am constantly on the hunt for any fun ways to get my students excited about therapy, especially articulation. I have a love/hate relationship with articulation therapy. There is so much room for creativity when planning your sessions, but the games and crafts can get old quick. (This post contains Amazon Affiliate links which means if you purchase something from my link, I may get a few bucks!) For years I have been playing a game called Kaboom! If you haven't heard of it, it is simply a…

The Budget SLP: Six Weeks of Interactive Speech and Language Practice Activities (Apps Included! Speech Therapy Autism, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Love Speech, Articulation Therapy, Therapy Ideas, June

Six Weeks of Summer - Interactive Speech and Language Practice Activities

I have just updated my page, Six Weeks of Summer - Interactive Speech and Language Practice Activities. This page includes links and free apps easily available to parents with Internet access and/or mobile technology. Customize summer activities for your students by choosing apps and links to add to a calender, make a hotlist, or post the links to your web page. Enjoy! Diana © 2015

The Snowy Day (Picture Puffin): Ezra Jack Keats ~ Winner of the 1963 Caldecott Medal! No book has captured the magic and sense of possibility of the first snowfall better than The Snowy Day. "As a child, I was so soothed by this book - a classic! Best Children Books, Toddler Books, Childrens Books, The Snowy Day Book, The Book, 100 Best Books, Good Books, Ezra Jack Keats, Realistic Fiction

The Best Story Props for Winter's Literature Activities

I am an Amazon Affiliate. Last week, as I was cleaning up the links on some of my older posts, I noticed that Kizclub.com's newest Story Patterns are for The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. This is my favorite winter literature selection for speech/language groups and the story patterns by Kizclub illustrate some of the more unfamiliar vocabulary words found in the book. Use beautifully drawn pictures as story props to retell the story, define vocabulary, or create a PowerPoint book or game…

Don't Limit Me! - Presume and Foster Competence in All Students Speech Pathology, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy, Job Coaching, Word Challenge, Training Quotes, Disability Awareness, Therapy Ideas

“Don’t Limit Me!” — Presume and Foster Competence in All Students

“Presume competence:” these two powerful words challenge educators to make a fundamental shift in their thinking. Once a child with disabilities was viewed in terms of what he or she c…

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Do You Use Mini-Schedules?

Use core words on your mini-schedule to increase the use of functional language. My student is going to "talk" about the calendar, "see" a YouTube clip, "find" matching pictures, "read" books and "play" games on the iPad. Do you have a mini-schedule within each therapy session? And, are your students privy to that schedule? Think about those professional learning activities that you attend. Isn't it nice to have a schedule provided so that you will know when each speaker will be ending…

The Budget SLP: AAC: Let's Talk About "I want" Let Them Talk, Talk To Me, Let It Be, Word Wa, Beginning Sounds Worksheets, Complete Sentences, Special Education Classroom, Single Words, Childrens Hospital

AAC: Let's Talk About "I want"

I want is not a word. However, if you were making overlays for speech-generating devices when I was first introduced to AAC (a long time ago), you may have created similar boards. Commonly used word combinations, such as I want, were put on one button and communication on a speech-generating device was often about requesting. Modeling on a core board (a manual board) or on a speech-generating device shows our students how to use language for a variety of communicative functions such as…

The Budget SLP: What to Tell Parents (and Teachers) about Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) Before Asking Them to Use It Communication Book, Effective Communication, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Training Materials, How Many Kids, Vocabulary Words, Speech Therapy

What to Tell Parents (and Teachers) about Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) Before Asking Them to Use It

So many of us work with students/clients using speech-generating devices or low tech options such as core vocabulary boards. We want our students to use their AAC beyond the therapy setting but, do parents and teachers know where to begin? It takes about 45 minutes, in a small group setting, to get parents and teachers excited about using the AAC. There will need to be follow-up, but covering the information below will help parents and teachers understand why certain vocabulary is used and…

Here are 5 fun ways to play with mini erasers and to encourage fine motor skill development from Your Therapy Source Inc. Visual Perceptual Activities, Fine Motor Skills Development, Task Boxes, Speech And Language, Perception, 5 Ways, Therapy, Play, Mini

5 Ways to Play with Mini Erasers - Your Therapy Source

Here are 5 fun ways to play with mini erasers and to encourage fine motor skill development from Your Therapy Source Inc.

Great ideas from an librarian, SLP, and PK teacher! Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, 5 Things, Speech Therapy, Boards, Teacher, Room, Ideas, Speech Pathology

5 Things You NEED in Your Therapy Room (but probably don't have)

Great ideas from an librarian, SLP, and PK teacher!