Tag Archives: Language

FREEBIE Friday: Twas the Night Before Christmas Fill-in-the-Blank Poem!

Here’s another fun Christmas activity you can do with your clients.  We all love mad libs!  Well how about a fill-in-the-blank activity for the famous Twas the Night Before Christmas poem? This is a simple way to work on parts of speech, rhyming skills, reading and conversational articulation skills, and even understanding humor.  You can […]

FREEBIE Friday: Little Old Lady Who is Not Afraid of Anything-Sequencing Activity

My son really enjoys the book, The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, and we have read it many, many times this fall.  There are so many things I love about this book:  the personification of the clothing, the gross body movements we have fun making while reading, sequencing parts of the story, […]

Tip Tuesday: Research Supporting Use of Sound-Field Systems!

It’s October, Awesome Audiology Month and last week we discussed a research study regarding PK teachers’ perceptions on the use of sound-field and FM systems. Most teachers’ felt the use of a sound-field or personal personal FM system in conjunction with auditory management already in place (i.e.  hearing aids (HA) or cochlear implants (CI)) for […]

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