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These sentence stems, or carrier phrases, have been an excellent resource for me in therapy. I use them for both articulation and expressive language targets. These are so versatile and can be used for many activities such as:1.Place articulation cards or objects with target sounds in the blank & have students read the sentence.2.Make a Sentence Stems ring for individual students to carry for functional communication visual prompts.

Using Sentence Starter Strips In Speech Therapy

Using Sentence starter Strips in speech therapy. Great for sentence level articulation.


Penguin Language: Build a Language Igloo

Build "Wh"-question igloos by answering "Who", "What", "Where", "When" and "Why" questions. This speech therapy activity uses cute penguin picture cues for students who are non-readers or benefit from visual cues.

Links to HUNDREDS of free TpT activities for speech and language therapy! From Speechy Musings.

Core Vocabulary Binder Ring - Core Board Binder Ring AAC

Students can communicate with ease and comfort using this Core Vocabulary…

Form-a-Phrase Dough Mats: Practice increasing MLU w/ Phrases + Sentences

Using Playdoh to form Sentences and Phrases (Speech Therapy)

Receptive & Expressive Language Builder: Autumn Edition

Receptive & Expressive Language Builder: Autumn Edition Vocabulary building, recalling details, wh-questions, following directions, barrier games, manipulatives for sentence formulation, and more!

Susan Berkowitz’s Free Mystery Picture Hunt for Speech and Language

Classroom Freebies: Susan Berkowitz’s Free Mystery Picture Hunt for Speech and Language

Speech Time Fun: Feed The Monkey! (Great for students with Autism, ABA, and those working on following directions & expanded utterance length!) Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.