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How to Do Speech Therapy with 4th and 5th Graders (SLP Guide)

Are you a speech pathologist that works with 4th and 5th graders? Do you need tips on how to work best with your upper elementary students? This is the ultimate SLP Guide for working with 4th and 5th grade in a school setting! In this blog post, I’m going to share some of my favorite…

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BEST Books for Speech Therapy: 4th and 5th Grade

What are the BEST books for speech therapy to use with your upper elementary students? In this blog post, I’m sharing my favorite speech therapy book ideas for 4th and 5th graders. You don’t have to just use books in speech therapy with younger students. They’re wonderful to use with 4th and 5th grade as…

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Speech Therapy Goals for 4th and 5th Graders

Are you trying to write speech therapy goals for your 4th and 5th grade elementary students and feeling stuck? No worries! In this blog post, I’ll dig deep and discuss some of the most important areas that I like to treat (hint, a lot of these areas involve expressive language and articulation), and I’ll also…

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BEST Speech Therapy Games for Elementary School

Looking for speech therapy games to motivate your upper elementary school students? This age range is past the “babyish” stage, but most upper elementary school students definitely still love PLAYING while working on speech and language goals! Games don’t just need to be reserved for your preschoolers! Games can help keep our older students motivated…

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The MUST-HAVE Speech Therapy Grammar Program

It all started in an IEP meeting I realized just how important grammar and syntax really is I can’t even tell you how many times I’d heard it- but one particular meeting, it really got me thinking. And I’m sure as a school SLP, you’ve heard it too: “he’s really struggling with reading comprehension.” But…

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MAGICAL CFY SLP Advice for the School SLP

CFY SLP advice -so you don’t have a stressful clinical fellowship year (like I did) I’m excited to share some CFY SLP advice for the school SLP today- because the clinical fellowship year can be seriously overwhelming. “You should try doing cooking activities like that last SLP did.” These criticizing words cut deep- and they…