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Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Think It or Say It?

The Speech Space: Five Fab Freebies - Social Skills

Lots of ideas for playsounds - precursors to words.

choosing therapy targets when working with children who have Apraxia of speech. - pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

10 Principles for Effective Vocabulary Instruction (and 10 Things to Avoid!)

Compare and Contrast sport facts! Great center activity! Really this can be anything that interests them...great for my slow starters

Bloom's Taxonomy...good question prompts @ bottom. words for obj

Simply Speech: 15 Books To Get You Hoppin Into Spring!

Sight Words: When They Just Don’t Stick ~ understanding the development of word learning

Recalling Details in Sentences.pdf - Google Drive

Reading Comprehension Dice Game

How to Make an Inference Board~This is a great way to teach inferences. My students' ability to infer greatly improved using this technique. Click the image for illustrated, step-by-step directions that show how to make an inference board.

using sand timers for artic practice

Short Vowel Sounds- Apraxia and Articulation- Peachy Speechie Blog- also included on this blog post is a data sheet for working with the specific vowels of this activity.

Pragmatics: Commenting in Conversation


After studying the classic fairy tales, it's fun to compare the fractured versions.

Valentine's Day Same and Different

Valentine's Day Language Arts Printables (FREEBIE Pack)

{FREEBIE} Teach, practice, and assess students' understanding of reading comprehension vocabulary (to infer, make predictions, visualize, analyze, critique, make connections, synthesize, and summarize). Happy Valentine's Day!!

Valentine's Day Parts of Speech Coloring Activity on sale now through August 19 for $1.20! Use code "BTS13" at check-out for an additional 10% off! Stock up on holiday fun early, or use this grammar sheet anytime of year!

This teacher has created a long list of cartoon Pixar (and other) shorts to be used to teach reading strategies. She also has graphic organizers to go with them.