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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…

6 Amazing Category Activities for Speech Therapy
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6 Amazing Category Activities for Speech Therapy

Speech-language pathologists are often on the lookout for category activities for speech therapy. That’s because targeting categorization skills in speech and language therapy is a great way to help both younger and older students learn new vocabulary, organize new information, and increase language comprehension skills. Speech therapy students with language disorders often benefit from working…

20 Best Speech Therapy Apps for Preschool (Free and Paid)
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20 Best Speech Therapy Apps for Preschool (Free and Paid)

Speech-language pathologists are often searching for the best free apps for speech therapy to use during sessions! SLPs are often looking for a dedicated speech therapy app to use when targeting a specific skill with a preschool or elementary student. There are a ton of apps available in the apple store that a school-based slp…

5 Simple (But Effective) SN Words Speech Therapy Activities
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5 Simple (But Effective) SN Words Speech Therapy Activities

Speech-language pathologists looking for sn words speech therapy activities and word lists will want to bookmark this post! Young children with speech sound disorders often need to work on producing s blends in speech therapy. S blends can occur in the initial position, medial position, and final position of words. Speech production intelligibility is very…

The Best WH Questions Speech Therapy Activities and Ideas
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The Best WH Questions Speech Therapy Activities and Ideas

Speech-language pathologists often teach wh- questions in speech therapy sessions. There are different types of wh questions. WH questions contain the wh question words: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How. A qualified speech-language pathologist may target wh questions in therapy to support language development. The ability to answer wh questions is very important for…

8 Fantastic Easter Speech Therapy Activities and Ideas
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8 Fantastic Easter Speech Therapy Activities and Ideas

Do you need Easter speech therapy activities or ideas? Look no further! This blog post has your speech therapy session planned. In this article, I’m going to share my absolute favorite Easter speech therapy activities and ideas for speech pathologists to use during therapy sessions. There are plenty of ideas for articulation and language, as…

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The Top 10 Lesson Plans for Speech Therapy

Speech-language pathologists often work “on the fly”- but sometimes it can be really nice to have a solid therapy plan for your speech therapy sessions! In this blog post, you’ll learn about 10 speech therapy lesson plans that will easily allow you to target your students’ goals. Need a formal lesson plan to work on…

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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…