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Carrier phrases are phrases in which the first few words are constant and only the last word changes. These phrases help to encourage longer utterances, offer repetition and provide multiple opportunities to practice targets without an additional cognitive task of having to generate ideas, which may detract from the articulation or vocabulary drill.

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/R/ you kidding me?

When I found myself in the elementary setting for the first time, there was nothing more painful than inheriting 8 IEPs with /r/ goals. In looking at previous IEPs, the student usually had been working on the sound for at least a couple of years, and had made no progress.

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Complex verbal directions - directional, temporal, multiple, conditional. FREE

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Losing a Game Social Scripts Mini Flip Book {Free Printable}

Free printable social scripts about losing a game for kids with autism or hyperlexia from And Next Comes L

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Great games to promote language and social skills in middle school speech therapy! [Word of Mouth]

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How to use ONE BOOK to make speech fun and functional (Speech Time Fun)

How to use ONE BOOK to make speech fun and functional

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Speech and Language Therapy Data Collection Cheat Sheet (Speechy Musings)

Do you ever get data in uneven totals? Like your student said 7/18 articulation words correct and you’re stuck wondering what percentage that is? Do you want a more consistent, objective way to measur

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FREE 100 trial winter articulation for speech therapy! Perfect worksheets to get lots of productions for /r/, /s/, and /l/!

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A open ended winter FREEBIE from me {Mia McDaniel} to YOU! Thank you for your continued support of my little TpT shop!

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Planning Essentials: Speech Therapy Cart

Check out this post for ideas on how to organize your weekly speech therapy materials!

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