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5 Speech Therapy Articulation Activities for Older Students

Speech therapy articulation activities that will engage older students can be a little more difficult to find. If you’re on the hunt for articulation activities that won’t have your older speech therapy students rolling their eyes, keep on reading! Some Older Students Feel Like They’ve Been in Speech Therapy for… forever When you’re working with…

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Summer Speech Therapy Activity for Grammar

This summer speech therapy activity is FREE and provides a really fun way to work on basic grammar in speech and language! Throughout the school year, I focused quite a bit on basic grammar goals with my elementary speech and language students in grades 2-4. Many of my second graders especially needed help understanding how…

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Describing Pictures in Speech Therapy Activity

A describing pictures activity for speech and language therapy I often target defining and describing pictures in speech therapy, so I decided to create an activity to allow me to better address those objectives. My students are often working on goals such as identifying or stating the category for items. We also work on object…

5 EASY End of the Year Speech Therapy Activities
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5 EASY End of the Year Speech Therapy Activities

Need some EASY end of the year speech activities? In this summer speech therapy resource round-up post, I’m sharing some no-prep, low prep, stress-free and engaging speech and language resources to use in the last few sessions- or the last day- of speech for the year. If you’re like me- you’re literally in SLP survival…

Quick and Easy Semantic Relationships Speech Therapy Worksheets
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Quick and Easy Semantic Relationships Speech Therapy Worksheets

These semantic relationships speech therapy worksheets make it simple to work on this skill. They are absolutely perfect for upper elementary or middle school speech therapy students who need to work on semantic relationships, and involve no prep- making them quick and easy to use during a busy day! In this blog post, I’ll share…