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SPEECH THERAPY FREEBIES! A growing library of free speech therapy printable activities. Use this free website to plan your sessions for back to school or year round! #speechtherapy #slpeeps #speechtherapyfreebies #freespeechtherapy
Free speech therapy activities and printables. Get access to this growing library! #speechtherapy #freespeechtherapy #ashaigers
Low-prep/no-prep articulation activities for kids! Find 12 quick & easy game ideas you can use with your students in speech therapy today!
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
A roundup of FREE speech therapy activities for toddlers and preschoolers. Download free printables, activities, and handouts kids will love. Various resources for SLPs, special educators, and parents that target articulation, basic concepts, language stimulation, vocabulary, listening skills, and more. Be sure to grab my FREE farm interactive book.
12 Mr Potato Head ideas to use in speech therapy to target language and articulation! #speechtherapy #slpeeps
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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Basic concepts in speech therapy! Basic concepts are critical to a student’s academic success, being able to comprehend others, communicate, and read. #speechtherapy #slpeeps
Speech and language activities using playdoh are a lot of fun for preschool aged kids! Here are some simple activities you can do to strengthen your child's language development!
Deborah Lodis saved to EV