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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…

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Challenging Speech Therapy Activities for 4th and 5th Graders

Speech therapy activities for 4th and 5th graders can be tricky to find. You need resources that are effective but will also engage your students. The past 6 years, I have spent a LOT of time working with 4th and 5th graders in speech and language therapy, and I’ve learned a lot about what works-…

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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…

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…

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Complex Following Directions Activities for Speech Therapy

Are you an SLP trying to work on following complex directions in speech therapy with your older students? Teaching 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders the importance of listening closely to spoken instructions has been an area I have consistently focused on in speech and language therapy. This is such an important classroom – and life-…