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Speech and language resources that are geared toward preschool and early elementary school SLPs, teachers, and parents to help strengthen their students’ communication.
Students search for, say, and color ten different articulation words for 24 different sounds in all positions of words.
Three different interactive books that focus on winter nouns, actions, and clothing. Students complete sentences with interactive picture pieces.
Two sets of calendars that focus on articulation and language skills for each day of the month. These are great for quick and easy extra practice at home.
I’m a speech-language pathologist who loves working with the preschool population. I love using visual supports, toys, and games, and making therapy fun for kids! Thanks for coming with me to explore new ideas!
Are you looking for ways to read with your preschool speech and language students while encouraging language growth and goals? Go beyond just reading TO your students and start reading WITH them! Here are five steps you can take to read a book with your preschool students. 1.
Do you celebrate Thanksgiving in your speech room? If not, you may want to try it! There are so many fun activities and books that you can use to target speech and language goals at Thanksgiving. Your students will love this craft! Try this easy turkey craft. It requires a
Are you looking for ways to play with preschool-age children? It can be tricky to know what to do to encourage play and language while you are with small children. I know that when I started working with preschool students it took some time to really learn how important play