How to Use Picture Scenes in Speech Therapy + free scenes
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!
Is your child struggling with being able to say the /R/ sound? Is the sound absent from words like “run”, and “rake”, or sound distorted and more like the /W/ sound “wun” and “wake”? If so, your child is not alone! In speech therapy we work on this sound often with our elementary and … … Continue reading →
Techniques for Eliciting the R Sound in Speech Therapy : How to Make Teaching R Tongue Placement Easy for your Students • Speechy Things
Check out this helpful blog post on how to teach the r sound! Teaching retroflex r, vocalic r, r blends, and prevocalic r. Speech therapy. SLP.
A Spooky Halloween Game - The Joys of Boys
A Spooky Halloween Night Game. A game where kids close their eyes and draw a spooky Halloween scene as you read the story. When the story is done, they open their eyes and get to laugh at their pictures. Points are given for how they did. www.thejoysofboys.com
Roll a Silly, Spooky Story
Activity for ages 5 to 8. Do your kids say that they can’t think of anything to write about during Writer’s Workshop? Problem solved. Whether you are a teacher looking for a creative writing assignment or a homeschooling parent incorporating literacy, this fun fall themed activity is sure to cure any kiddos’ writers’ block! Getting …