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Kim from Scanlon Speech Therapy wrote an informative guest post this past Tuesday on how she uses the book Parts by Tedd Arnold in therapy. If you are looking for some great ideas, check out her guest blog post here! Today she is leaving us with a awesome freebie to add to our speech therapy arsenal! Check […]
Today I have a wonderful guest post from Kim Scanlon over at Scanlon Speech Therapy. If you have yet to check out her website (link above) and her blog, My Toddler Talks, I highly recommend you take a look. She has some wonderful ideas for parents and toddlers! Let’s Have Some Fun in Speech Therapy: […]
More often than not, I share a freebie that I have made to use for one of my clients in therapy. However, today I’d like to share a freebie from another colleague. Why? Because it’s a great freebie to add to your speech therapy arsenal! Check it out!!! Smart Speech Therapy’s,Tatyana Elleseff, offers so many wonderful […]
Have you checked out the BOB books series yet? It’s been the go to book series my son and I are using in our house recently. I have come to really appreciate the series organization and set up based on the most simplistic phonological awareness skills, while adding complexity with each book to facilitate more […]
Today’s freebie Friday is a simple rhyming sheet you can use for PK and early elementary kiddos who are struggling with hearing or identifying when words rhyme. For my PK kiddos, I begin with one picture and ask the child to choose which picture rhymes with this original picture from two choices that I […]
Today’s Freebie Friday can be considered an additional supplemental activity to last week’s CVC2 Word Family Reading Strips. So if you missed the freebie last Friday, just click the link above. This week we are targeting Silent E word families. Word families are a simple way to encourage decoding skills as well as rhyming. […]
Today’s Freebie Friday is a simple but effective phonological awareness task. Word families are a simple way to encourage decoding skills as well as rhyming. All you need to do is print out the freebie (I’d recommend on card stock or be sure to laminate for durability), cut out the squares in each word […]
I spoke in this week’s Tip Tuesday blog post about how I use The Napping House in speech therapy. I target early vocabulary, story comprehension, sequencing of story details and story retelling skills. I use these simple pictures I made from microsoft ppt. Of course for you to be able to use them you […]
This week’s Tip Tuesday blog, I shared how I use sock puppets and simple pictures to retell this fun story! I promised you the pictures if you want them, so here they are! Grab them at the link below Grab your freebie here! Enjoy!