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Look At These 8+ Analogy Sentence Examples

Are you a speech-language pathologist or teacher teaching analogies to your students? Understanding analogies is an important skill for language development. Analogies are used within text and everyday speech. We use analogies to make comparisons, make writing more interesting, and even to persuade others. This blog post defines an analogy. In addition, it provides suggestions…

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Check Out These Suffix Examples (Sentence and 4 Activities)

Are you a speech-language pathologist, teacher, or intervention specialist teaching suffix endings to students? There are many suffixes in the English language. Understanding suffixes is important for reading comprehension and everyday speech. Morphological awareness and knowledge can assist with helping students define unfamiliar words. This article contains suffix examples, sentence examples, and a list of…

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10 Tested (and Cheap) Preschool Books to Boost Language Skills

Are you a speech-language pathologist, preschool teacher, or intervention specialist searching for cheap preschool books? Are you hoping to add new books to your book collection? This blog post recommends 10 children’s books that are engaging and fun for preschoolers. Whether you’re trying to build your book collection, or simply planning to visit your local…

Check Out These Adjectives Examples (Sentences and 3+ Activities)
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Check Out These Adjectives Examples (Sentences and 3+ Activities)

Speech-language pathologists and other educators know how important it is to teach adjectives. SLPs and educators know that comprehension of grammar and sentence structure within sentences is for reading comprehension. In addition to enhancing comprehension, using adjectives can increase overall expressive language abilities, as well as written expression. Students can express their thoughts and emotions more…

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Need 8+ Simple, Compound-Complex, and Complex and Compound Sentences (Examples)?

Speech-language pathologists and other educators know how important it is to teach complex and compound sentences. Research has indicated how important comprehension of complex sentences is for reading comprehension. In addition to enhancing comprehension, knowing how to use compound and complex sentence structures can increase overall expressive language abilities, as well as written expression. This blog…

Speech Therapy for Lisp In Adults and Children: Considerations
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Speech Therapy for Lisp In Adults and Children: Considerations

Are you a speech-language pathologist searching for tips about speech therapy for lisp in adults and children? Speech production can be impacted by a lisp. This blog post features links to additional helpful articles that can assist the reader with understanding the different types of lisps and possible underlying causes of a lisp. I have…

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3 Great St. Patrick’s Day Children’s Books (Speech Therapy)

If you are a speech-language pathologist searching for the best St. Patrick’s children’s books for speech therapy, check out this blog post! Using books during speech therapy sessions provides a fun way to target articulation and language goals. This blog post suggests 3 St. Patrick’s books to read in your speech room and even lists…

Quick List of 31 Homophones Examples (with Sentences)
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Quick List of 31 Homophones Examples (with Sentences)

Are you a speech-language pathologist, teacher, or intervention specialist teaching homophones to your students? Do you need a bit of a reminder of the difference between homonyms, homophones, and homographs? If so, keep reading for a clear explanation between these terms. This blog post contains a homophones list, homophones examples with sentences, and it also…