Language therapy

Improve your communication skills with effective language therapy techniques. Discover top strategies and exercises to enhance your language abilities and achieve better fluency.
Picture scenes are a versatile and engaging tool to use in speech therapy to work on: grammar, wh questions, following directions, inferences, conversations, and much more! #speechtherapy #slpeeps #language Slp Nonverbal Activities, Increasing Mlu Activities Speech Therapy, November Speech Therapy Activities, Picture Scenes For Speech Therapy, Speech Therapy Free, Oral Language Activities, Speech Games, Last Day Of School Sign, Preschool Speech Therapy

Picture Scenes in Speech Therapy

Picture scenes are a versatile and engaging tool to use in speech therapy to work on: grammar, wh questions, following directions, inferences, conversations, and much more! #speechtherapy #slpeeps #language

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Allison Fors
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Quick and Easy Articulation Activities for Speech Therapists

Hey busy SLP! Ever find yourself in a therapy rut or in need of some articulation activities ASAP? I’ve got you covered! This post is full of 12 quick and easy articulation activities to help you achieve as many target trials as possible, without resorting to the ever-tedious drill, drill, drill! Articulation Activitie

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Lauren Williamson
Use barrier games in speech therapy to target social skills, expressive and receptive language skills, and much more. Barrier games are a fun way to encourage conversation between students. You could even have a child give YOU some directions to follow as you play together! Speech Therapy Expressive Language, Eyfs Activities Communication And Language, Mod Severe Speech Therapy, Speech Language Therapy Activities Middle School, Speech Therapy Vocabulary Activities, Slp Games Therapy Ideas, Speech And Language Activities Eyfs, Speech Therapy Preposition Activities, Sensory Language Activities

Why You Should Be Using BARRIER GAMES

Use barrier games in speech therapy to target social skills, expressive and receptive language skills, and much more. Barrier games are a fun way to encourage conversation between students. You could even have a child give YOU some directions to follow as you play together!

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Allison Fors
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6 Ways to use Paper Bags in Speech and Language Therapy

Looking for a cheap, easy to use therapy material? How about paper bags? I love using paper bags for a variety of activities. Here are some simple ways I have incorporated paper bags into my therapy sessions. 1. Puppets My students love to use puppets to "eat" their articulation cards or other target cards. They also love to use them to tell stories. Making puppets from paper bags is a great, inexpensive way to engage your students in a variety of activities! You can easily make a puppet to…

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Frozan Wahedi
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Play-Based Speech Therapy

Over the past five and a half years I have learned a lot while working as a school-based speech-language pathologist. When I first started I created a set of homework tasks cards called Toddler Toys and felt that it was time for an update. Through the years I have realized that many of my school-age children benefit greatly from play-based speech therapy and that these cards are not just for toddlers. So, I have updated the file and compiled 15 of my favorite, most used play-based speech…

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Teresa Beaton