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Sublime Speech: Great Uses for Already-Used Containers-helps keep things organized! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

The ASHA Leader Blogfrom The ASHA Leader Blog

Why Suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech Requires Careful Assessment

ASHA blog: Childhood apraxia of speech requires careful assessment by an SLP.

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4 Effective Home Remedies To Cure Excessive Drooling In Toddlers

Is your toddler drooling excessively? Do you suspect it could be a symptom of a serious health condition? Read on how to cure excessive drooling in toddlers

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Dysgraphia Intervention Kit, RTI, Intervention, SPED, Learning Disability

DYSGRAPHIA Intervention Kit with information, intervention checklists, symptoms by age, intervention log documentation and progress monitoring. #dysgraphia #RTI #interventions

Parent friendly! Perfect for early intervention!

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Thumb Sucking Side Effects on Tongue Protrusion, Speech, Feeding & more

Thumb sucking and the side effects of speech and feeding (plus strategies to help)

When children are learning to process and answer WH questions, they usually follow a developmental and predictable sequence. What is the earliest question mastered, followed by Who and Where. Finally, an understanding of When and Why develop, with Why being the most difficult to master.Becky L.

Practicing oral motor skills might sound like “work,” but you can easily do it during everyday activities you already do with your child. Here’s 3 simple tips to practice oral motor skills during meal time and play time.

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Favorite Toys for Eliciting Communication (Speech Room News)

Favorite Toys for Eliciting Communication - Speech Room News. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Wise Owl Factoryfrom Wise Owl Factory

Free Sequencing Cards and Color Matching for Pre K-K-1

Free Sequencing and Color Matching Cards for Pre K, K, and Grade 1, PDF, familiar childhood stories and activities for sequencing

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Sticky Tape – Helpful for Carryover of S and Z Production and Eliminating Tongue Thrust

S & Z carryover & eliminating tongue thrust by Stephanie Sigal at ASHASphere.

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Shape Turkeys

Shape Turkey ~ Simple toddler activity

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Uh-oh! Where Should the Band-Aid Go?

Uh-oh! Where Should the Band-Aid Go? A receptive language activity for PreK and Kinders! FREE :) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

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Visual Memory Tray Game

Object Memory