SLPs & counselors: help adolescents and teens understand group expectations with this simple activity: read about it here and start the year right!

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Pirate Treasure Sensory Bin: phonology; speech therapy

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Pirate Sensory Treasure Hunt

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The Speech Knob: Watching Sports and Other TV Shows Using AAC Switches

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Watching Sports and Other TV Shows Using AAC Switches

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Hands Up For Minimal Pairs — Teach Speech 365

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Hands Up For Minimal Pairs

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Talking About Really Long Town Names in Speech Therapy is Really Fun

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Talking About Really Long Town Names in Speech Therapy is Really Fun / Erik X. Raj: Speech-Language Pathologist

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toys to pop interest

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Popping games to POP their interest!

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The Next Chapter in my Speech World: Back to School Lunchbox Guessing Game

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The Next Chapter in my Speech World: Back to School Lunchbox Guessing Game

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Find a positive influence in rappers for your students.

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Having a WILD Time in Speech!

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Having a WILD Time in Speech!

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Calm Down Bin for sensory meltdowns and tantrums. Great list of tools for kids with sensory processing disorder to help them regain control and get the input they need.

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Loom Band Discovery Bottles by Teach Preschool

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Rubber loom bands in a discovery bottle

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Vocab Tennis; this blog has AMAZING ideas for active learning. Love it!

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Jiménez es con JOTA

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SLP Corner: Stars Wars and Speech Therapy Just Might Be the Perfect Match-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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SLP Corner: Stars Wars and Speech Therapy Just Might Be the Perfect Match

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Spotlight on Speech2U: Incorporating Movement Into Speech Therapy! #speechtherapy http://www.speechtherapyfun.com/

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Spotlight on Speech2U: Incorporating Movement Into Speech Therapy! - Communication Station:

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10 CREATIVE ways to use Mason Jars in Speech Therapy!

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Ways to use playdough in speech therapy.

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Using Play-Doh in Speech Therapy

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A Virtual Vacation in Speech

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A Virtual Vacation in Speech

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Learning your phone number by jumping from number to number

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Lindell Living: August 2011

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Sensory bins based on children's books. Work on fine motor skills, early math and literacy.

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Sensory Bins Based on Children's Books - Mom Inspired Life

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Photo language disks are easy to add to babies play! Collection of flexible lids. i.e.: butter, ice cream, sour cream, infant formula, frosting etc...Mod podge to adhere photos from magazines & catalogs, or even family photos. (Options for shapes, colors, animals) I used photos depicting our routine & activities as well as expand beyond our environment!

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Shades of Meaning Suns

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Shades of Spring!

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A quick and easy sheep-themed fine motor and sensory activity.

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Sticky Sheep for Toddlers

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Pinterest Activity Ideas-Pre-school Language Edition-create functional play time! From Speech Lady Liz. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

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Weather Sensory Bottles - Such a fun way for Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten age kids to explore weather!

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Weather Activity for Toddlers – Sensory Bottles

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A book walk! I love this activity for so many reasons. 1) It is great for those who learn best through movement and touch. 2) It gets kids outside. 3) It uses realia to teach vocabulary. Fun fun fun! I must do this with my ESOL class at least once this year!

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Book Walk | Child Care Providers Resource Network (CCPRN) Blog

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