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An Autumn Outdoor Therapy Classroom

October 16, 2014

The cooler weather often provides a wonderful opportunity to take speech and language sessions outside. Mother Nature and autumn provide a great backdrop for learning and exploring. Any session could take place outside; this will focus on utilizing the natural environment while working on speech and language goals. These activities will also incorporate vocabulary usage […]

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Flash Cards for Fall

October 9, 2014

The change of seasons is a great time to focus on expanding vocabulary and practicing word fluency. Making fall flash cards will provide opportunities for different activities within sessions. In addition to this, once students are done with the cards in school, they are portable and easy to send home for additional use toward speech […]

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Adding Words with Amazing Apples

October 2, 2014

Apples are not just for the teacher, they are a healthy way to use food for a hands-on experience during sessions. Most children adore having a snack while working and apples allow you to do this while sharing a touch of autumn during your speech and language session. Take time to check in with families […]

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Focus for the New Academic Year in Speech and Language

September 4, 2014

The first few months of school are filled with a lot of transitions. Many students may be new to speech and language sessions, while others already know the routine. It is important to spend time each year to get to know everyone, go over expectations, and clear up any concerns or questions that the kids […]

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Let’s Go Fly a Kite: Speech and Language Activities

August 28, 2014

While the weather is still nice, take advantage of an outdoor activity that will inspire additional tie-ins for speech and language goals. Bring in a kite to share with students. Remember that many may be unfamiliar with kites and how to fly them.

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Arrrr You Ready for Pirate Practice?

August 21, 2014

The pragmatics of pirates are a wonderful and fun way to work with kids on the |r|. Using this sound in the beginning, middle, and end of words can be tricky for many children, including those who are multilingual learners. So gather your mateys for some pirate fun while conquering the letter R.

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