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A growing goal bank for speech and language therapy at the middle school levels. Sorted by target area and always being updated!

A growing goal bank for speech and language therapy at the middle school levels. Sorted by target area and always being updated! Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

My Favorite Games for Middle and High School Speech Students: Keep them motivated, engaged, and work on speech and language goals!

Games To Use With Middle/High School

My Favorite Games for Middle and High School Speech Students: Keep them motivated, engaged, and work on speech and language goals! As special education teachers, we are always integrating speech goals in everything we do.

Trying to decide how to set up your speech therapy data? Click for an overview of different data taking systems for SLPs!

Organize that Speech Room {Student Data}

Trying to decide how to set up your speech therapy data? Click for an overview of different data taking systems for SLPs!

The best speech-language therapy games for middle school SLPs!

One question I am asked a lot is, "What are your favorite games and activities to use with middle school students in speech-language therapy.

Speech-Language Therapy: Free Materials for Middle School

Speech-Language Therapy: Free Materials for Middle School (Natalie Snyders, SLP)

Great for all ages - these are my favorite wordless picture books for speech and language therapy! From Speechy Musings.

Wordless picture books are one of the most versatile and useful tools that you can have in your speech and language therapy room! Check out my top 10 list!

How to quantify minimum, moderate, and maximum cues in speech-language therapy.

So if you've been practicing in the field for a awhile (and even if you haven't) I'm sure you've come across the ambiguous "minimal/mode.

Speech Tube: Nonverbal Social Skills. One week I pulled out my iPhone and let them watch a popular You Tube clip. After 3 minutes of laughing and watching clips, I was able to get them to work for the next 30 minutes on our speech and language goals. Since then, I’ve been finding ways to spark their interest with clips!

One of my most unique speech therapy activities for middle schoolers is Speech Tube. This fall I added another set: Speech Tube Social: Nonverbal Cues. The Speech Tube is back! I'm starting a Social set of

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