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Fun activities with tape, straws, and pom poms. This is a great oral-motor exercise, calming and rocusing activity for children. Whether they're working on Sensory needs, speech, etc. I've done this with a few kids on my case load to help strengthen lip, cheek and jaw muscles to prepare for speech.

I love this program!!! Speech Peeps: Spring activity using the EET

SLP-ity!: A Week of Speedy Speech Activities: Friday! Articulation Basketball. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

GREAT rhyming activities for kids. Perfect for kindergarten.

Free! Speech therapy activities

Speech Activities for Articulation: /l/


Crazy Speech World: Halloween Speech Ideas! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

Turkey Categories-Speech Therapy Activity

"R" Tic Tac Toe: a speech therapy activity

Freebie- Speech Therapy Homework for any sound!

Fun fall themed activity for remediation of fronting and stopping

Parts of Speech Flipbook - good idea to use the colors later to underline, box in etc recognizing the parts of speech in passages

Super fun activity for remediating the phonological processes of fronting and stopping

Speech Card Set Activity: What's hiding behind door number...?

Speech Therapy Session Notes Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

No prep black and white speech and language activities for the whole month of October! [Word of Mouth]

Speech Room News: Grillin' Syllables {with giveaway} Articulation of multisyllable words game.

Pack Of Pronouns: Fall Edition by Simply Speech. 20 picture cards to practice and assess pronoun use with a fall theme!

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.