“10 on the sled” is one of my favorite repetitive books for winter. The book is sung to the tune of “10 in the bed”, and song books are generally always a hit with my kids! In a previous post, I wrote about the role of repetitive books in therapy, some of which involved speech sound trials. When looking for… Read More
Using Repetitive Books in Speech Therapy
We all know reading books is an evidence-based practice to facilitate various aspects of language development, but what about using repetitive books, specifically, in speech and language therapy? Rhythmic and predictable language found in repetitive books help to capture children’s attention, along with being useful in a variety of other ways! 1. Increased engagement Repetition of words/phrases throughout the story… Read More
Favorite Games for Final Consonant Deletion
As SLPs, many of us use games as general reinforcers while working on a variety of speech/language targets. A lot of times, the games may have nothing to do with the target we’re working on. Some games & activities I’ve been using this school year with my phono kids, though, have turned out to have great opportunities to work on… Read More
Craftivity Tuesday: Articulation Trains
I love the way this train craftivity turned out during Transportation week– I think it’s way cute, if I may say so myself! I made the locomotive portion of the train from a die cut at work, and then just cut rectangles from other color construction paper. I free-handed the smoke clouds and cut out a bunch at a time… Read More
“What’s In Your Cart?” Link-Up– Tpt Cyber Monday Is Here!
Linking up with Speech Room News today for her “What’s In Your Cart” link up! The TpT Cyber Monday sale is here & there are SO many great materials I’ve had my eye on– it’s hard to narrow it down! But, here are a couple of my new items I think you’ll want to check out, as well as a… Read More
Turkey Talk- a Thanksgiving craftivity!
Need a quick, easy-prep activity to use for Thanksgiving? I’ve got you covered! I used this super cute craft with my articulation students this morning & it was a huge hit– the kids were SO proud of their turkeys & were eager to show them off to everyone! Trace a large circle onto brown construction paper (I used a paper… Read More