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    Learning Tools (for kids)

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    Mason Jar Condiment server

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    Ages 3-6 M.6.9 Identify which is “more” visually, tactilely, or auditorilly M.5.17 Use common measuring tools in correct context. Preschool Math: Learning Numbers with Ten Frames

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    If You See a Kitten... Good for preschool or students with apraxia

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    Testy yet trying: Apraxia Therapy Materials: The Big Book of Exclamations

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    Books & Apraxia

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    Apps for apraxia- speech buddies

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    Repetative books and Apraxia

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    Apraxia and Sensory Issues

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    Easy Does It for Apraxia-Preschool, Therapy Manual

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    Music Therapy - Apraxia Boot Camp

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    Recommended for Apraxia--Moo-Ha!

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    Kaufman Speech Praxis Treatment Kit for Children -- product for Childhood Apraxia of Speech, along with Kit II and the Kaufman Praxis Workout Book.

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    Speech: Motor Speech Disorders: Childhood Apraxia of Speech *** this link works

    What is Childhood Apraxia of Speech?

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    "Moo Baa La La La" by Sandra Boynton is a big help (& a big hit!) for the kids with apraxia. The humor and repetitiveness of the words & sounds in her stories/books was a great match for my son with apraxia of speech (& more!) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

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    apraxia

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    Tricks to teaching that tricky R sound

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    Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me."

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    Turn "Don't Break the Ice" into an educational word game

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    5 Steps to Cure Mumbling

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    Say It! Trains for Apraxia - Speechy Musings

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    preschool apraxia cards

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    plural rules posters

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    Whack-a-word! Call out a word and who ever hits it first with the hammer gets to keep it. Could think of lots of applications for this - recognizing sight words, finding rhyming words, learning vocabulary, auditory bombardment for articulation...

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    sight words

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    R sound

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