Here's a highly interactive game to work on those tricky he/she pronouns and/or categorization skills. With this game you can work on both receptive and expressive language skills. *I can make a game from Boardmaker*
This is a great resource if you are wanting to use the cycles approach for articulation therapy. There are many good tips and details on how to perform cycles approach in speech therapy and would help greatly in learning the method.
This is the landing page for the Playing with Language Series: Top Ten Ways to Build Language through Play in Young Children. A fantastic resource for parents, teachers, and professionals working with young children/children with emerging language.
Many of our students come to us needing intense language development instruction. Often, my students are diagnosed with language based disabilities. Receiving speech therapy down the hall a couple times a week isn't going to cut it. It is imperative that we build in a high level of practice in our classrooms. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Need a fun way to work incorporate language in your Christmas activities in Speech Therapy? Verbs, Plural, Possessive, Synonyms, Antonyms usable pages} all black& for print and go! This is a sample of the language activities in my Christmas and Winter