Read about my favorite book for articulation therapy! Love using storybooks to teach speech and language? This adorable book is perfect for final /k/ and rhyme too.

Speech Sprouts

Best-Ever Books For Speech Therapy: Peck, Peck, Peck

Speech All the Time: Toys I Love for Early Intervention

Speech All the Time: Toys I Love for Early Intervention



Word Bubble. Speech-Language Pathology is more than just words. This speech bubble design includes words that represent the SLP scope of practice. Perfect for your favorite SLP / speech therapy swag!

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Behavior and SLP

Behavior and the SLP

Looking for great speech therapy materials? Here you go!

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The Best Speech Therapy Materials Made For SLPs By SLPs

Free Homeschool Printables and Worksheets

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Free Tea Party Printables, Activities and Crafts

Encouraging Speech with Songs, Rhymes

A Sweet Fragrance: Encouraging Speech with Songs, Rhymes & Puppets

FREE pronoun activities for speech therapy.

Pronoun Favourites

Speech articulation practice has never been this much fun! These activity mats provide ample opportunities to produce target sound /s/ in all word positions. Students will love this alternative to flash cards and work sheets. SLPs will love having an engaging activity on hand that requires minimal prepping.

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Stop and Say /S/ Speech Articulation Activity Mat

Target many expressive and receptive language goals with this fun, versatile interactive book that is great for keeping little hands busy!

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Interactive Book: Playhouse

Bears- could go with Bear Hunt or Blueberries for Sal.

Totally Tots: Mommy Made Printables ~ Bears

Establishing Joint Attention: Therapy for Children Who Aren’t Tuned In

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Pronouns, Prepositions & Verbs for Winter by

Winter Speech Therapy Activities: Pronouns, Prepositions, Verbs & Vocabulary

Natalie Snyders, SLP: Quick Tip for the Dreaded /r/!

Natalie Snyders, SLP: Quick Tip for the Dreaded

No More Mumbling: How to improve mumbling.

No More Mumbling: How to improve mumbling.

Great Website. Has many different following directions activities. Directions are differentiated based on age/level

100 Day Activities All About Me

Give your non-readers a chance to enjoy reading independently with these easy readers. "I see a..." Speech Therapy, Special Education, Autism

AdaptEd 4 Special Ed

This fun craftivity is intended for speech and language therapy! All pieces are included to use with your kiddos. Here are some possible goals that can be targeted: - Articulation drill therapy (say the word __ x’s each) - Naming/Identifying Vocabulary - Requesting (lay cards out and have kiddos request which one they want) - WH Questions (What is that?

Speechie Snow Globes {Craftivity}

Here is a packet to help target improving unintelligible speech. You will find a complete and thorough explanation of the Hodsons cycles approach to speech therapy along with materials to use to implement the approach. This packet targets final consonant deletion for the /p/, /t/, /k/ and /m/ phonemes.

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Cycles for Speech Therapy FCD

Fine motor fun- feed a big mouth frog! Also good for a game - as soon as the frog is full, we get to...

Therapy Fun Zone

Big mouth creature for feeding pom poms to - Therapy Fun Zone

This minibook is just the right size for little hands and for Early Intervention. Kids love to have their own books that they can "read" and produce multiple repetitions of early reduplicated syllables. It was specifically designed for children who may have suspected childhood apraxia of speech or significantly delayed sound production.Print, laminate, cut into quarter sheets, then bind on the left.

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Reduplicated Syllables Minibook

How to Use the Cycles Approach for Speech Therapy

Visual of tongue placement for consonant and vowel sounds

18 Free Speech Therapy Resources You Need Right Now

This is one of my favorite therapy tools. Children jump right in and start playing with it. The coins can be CVCV (puppy, ducky) or CVC (dog, duck). Other targets can be: in, out, open, more.

Speech All the Time: Toys I Love for Early Intervention