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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…

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…

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Working on the Snake Sound in Speech Therapy: SW Words

This blog post is written for a speech pathologist looking for sw words speech therapy activities and word lists. It additionally contains suggestions for teaching s blends and provides the definition of consonant cluster reduction. A child’s speech can be very impacted by a speech disorder, and difficulty with s blends can definitely impact a…

How To Teach SM Words in Speech Therapy: Guide and Activities
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How To Teach SM Words in Speech Therapy: Guide and Activities

These sm words speech therapy activities are perfect for speech-language pathologists to try using in speech therapy. Young children often have difficulty producing s-blends. Many children who have difficulty with s blends are exhibiting an articulation disorder or phonological disorder. This blog post provides a definition for a phonological disorder, as well as a link…

3 Practical ST Words Speech Therapy Activities
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3 Practical ST Words Speech Therapy Activities

Are you a speech-language pathologist looking for st words speech therapy activities and word lists? Look no further! This article provides the definition of a phonological disorder, and explains what consonant cluster reduction is. SLPs will want to understand the difference between a phonological disorder and childhood apraxia of speech. Additionally, there are links to…