Speech therapy ideas


Speech therapy ideas

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Ways to use playdough in speech therapy.

Using Play-Doh in Speech Therapy

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A Virtual Vacation in Speech

A Virtual Vacation in Speech

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Learning your phone number by jumping from number to number

Lindell Living: August 2011

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

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

Shades of Spring!

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

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 SOS Inc. Resources.

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

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!

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

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how to make a loom band sensory bottle

Loom Band Sensory Bottles - In The Playroom

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Create cause and effect kits for your students using Dollar Store goodies! Click the image for illustrated ideas.

Create Cause and Effect Kits

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These cute giraffe themed cards target developing the skill of comprehending that a "Who" question requires a response that names a person. There are three skill levels included in this freebie - independent (no choices), written choices, and picture choices with 18 "Who" question cards for each level.

Giraffe Who Questions: 3 Levels

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car themed sensory bin | Share and Remember: Little People Car Wash Water Play

Little People Car Wash Water Play -

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Recycle empty crayon boxes into color-words books.

Smart Kids: Crayon Box Books

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DIY speechsound tubs for the phonological processes: velar fronting, palatal fronting, final consonant deletion, gliding, cluster reduction and stopping.

The Miscellaneous Musings of Mrs. B.: Speech sound tubs

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5 Early Language Goals to Target with Mr Potato Head

5 Early Language Goals to Target with Mr Potato Head

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Construction area display -Mudpies and Marmalade- an Early Years Journey. ≈≈

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SLP Bug-Out Bag - A List of Essential Speech Therapy Materials for Your Everyday Therapy Emergencies :) Guest post by Ginger Anderson.

The SLP "Bug-Out Bag" - Essential Speech Therapy Materials

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A post about why you should learn about Minecraft and ideas of how to use it in therapy sessions.

Minecraft in Speech Therapy?! - Speechbloguk

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Chit Chat and Small Talk: Pairing a Picture Dictionary with the Expanding Expression Tool

Pairing a Picture Dictionary with the Expanding Expression Tool

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Have a bucket of "Reading Buddies" for silent reading time. :)

The Teachers' Cauldron

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Beat the drum for every syllable in the picture

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Outdoorgames

5 Awesome Outdoor Games for Speech Therapy

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Stars Wars and Speech Therapy Just Might Be the Perfect Match

Stars Wars and Speech Therapy Just Might Be the Perfect Match / Erik X. Raj: Speech-Language Pathologist

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