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A list of toys and ways to use them to support Speech and Language Development

Visual support for playing with Mr. Potato Head. Students request pieces to complete their potato. #adaptedgame (Speech Universe)

MagneTalk Oral-Motor Exercises. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Apraxia Cards for Apraxia of Speech

Simple speech therapy cards for apraxia. CV, VC, CVC, and CVCV words. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

With a matchbook car or toy train in hand, kids’ imaginations know no limits. Now there’s a road that can go wherever your child wants to place it—on hardwood floors, carpets, tabletops, couches, and even up the walls.

from Speech Sprouts

Best-Ever Books for Speech Therapy- Press Here

A great post about targeting speech and language goals using great literature/storybooks. Best-Ever Books for Speech Therapy- Press Here


Pipe Cleaner Fine Motor Activity for Toddlers

Exercise your toddler's fine motor skills, problem solving skills and hand-eye coordination with this simple yet attention grabbing pipe cleaner activity. (via House of Burke)

These battery-free games are a great investment for pre-school aged children having speech therapy.

from Say It In Sign

First Signs Poster

OKAY short of telepathy this is the best way to talk to babies. We taught my younger brother sign language when he was a baby. We still use some of the signs, usually water and potty, especially in public.

Mr. Potato Head printable. Color, print, magnetize- check this one out Denise.