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The BEST K and G Words (Speech Therapy)

If you’re a speech language pathologist looking for activities, ideas, and articulation word lists for k and g words speech therapy practice, then you’re in the right place! This blog post explains the correct tongue position for k and g sounds. In addition, this article lists the most common substitutions for k and g, as…

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…

8 Fun Language and Articulation Printable Worksheets (that Students Love)
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8 Fun Language and Articulation Printable Worksheets (that Students Love)

Speech pathologists looking for articulation printable worksheets should check out this blog post! It contains recommendations for speech and language worksheets that will allow SLPs to easily target a variety of articulation sounds during a speech therapy session, as well as language goals! Receptive and Expressive Language Worksheets for Speech Therapy Want some speech therapy…

6 Quick (and Easy) Speech Therapy Activities for Preschoolers
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6 Quick (and Easy) Speech Therapy Activities for Preschoolers

Are you a speech-language pathologist looking for speech therapy activities for preschoolers? This article contains tons of effective activities and speech therapy ideas that will motivate young children to work on a variety of goals. It includes tips for engaging preschoolers during speech therapy sessions, as well as ideas for movement, sensory play, and recommended…

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4 Beneficial (and Easy) Voicing Speech Therapy Activities for SLPs To Try

Searching for some effective voicing speech therapy activities? Speech-language pathologists often need voicing activities when working with young children or school-aged children who have articulation or phonological disorders. This article provides suggestions for voicing activities. Speech production can be impacted by a phonological disorder, and voicing can negatively impact the intelligibility of speech sound production….

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6 Engaging (and Simple) Articulation Games for Speech Therapy

If you are a speech-language pathologist looking for the best articulation games for speech therapy, check out this helpful blog post! There are activities and games that speech therapists can use to target a variety of articulation skills. Additionally, articulation word lists are included, as well as suggestions for apps and websites that may be…

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Here’s How To Teach Multisyllabic Words in Speech Therapy

Younger children with speech sound disorders may have trouble saying multi-syllabic words. This may be the result of motor planning or phonological difficulties. Longer words can be more challenging to say. Speech-language pathologists might therefore wish to select multisyllabic targets during speech therapy sessions. A multisyllabic word list for speech therapy is included in this…