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Check out my list of “Do’s and Don’ts” regarding how to successfully implement incidental teaching into your therapy sessions here.
Today I’d like to address the myth I hear very often from other SLPs about play therapy. “Play therapy is not structured enough to reach my speech therapy goals.” I believed the myth too once upon a time: Ok let me first say I too was that therapist that believed this 12 years ago […]
Here is a Tip Tuesday Flashback I originally shared last December. But it is full of so much Gingerbread Man fun that it is a great one to share again! If you missed it or were looking for some fun links to Gingerbread Man activities, look no further and check out this flashback post! Enjoy! […]
Today’s spotlight guest blog comes from the clever Abby over at Schoolhouse Talk! If you haven’t read her blog, I’d recommend you head on over there and check it out. She has some novel and fun speech therapy ideas and this guest blog is no exception! Check out all of her links at the bottom […]
This week I’m sharing the form I created to monitor vocabulary progress in speech therapy. If you missed my Tip Tuesday post this week about how I use running record sheets to record and monitory vocabulary in order to meet speech and language goals, you can read all about it here! Here is what my Vocabulary […]
When working with very young children (below 5 years of age), who are primarily non-verbal, I find it helpful to use a running record to measure vocabulary. This is probably the most basic way to measure current vocabulary skills as well as monitor increases in vocabulary over time. One of the main reasons I […]
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 […]
Who doesn’t love using books in therapy? The Napping House is one of my personal favorites for story sequencing and simple story retelling or our PK kiddos. Initial Reading: I always begin with an initial reading of the book, using pointing and showing to emphasize actions of characters in the book. I take this time […]