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Why Do Speech Therapists Play Games?

Have you ever wondered why do speech therapists play games? Is the your child's therapist even really working on speech sounds or language skills while playing games? Well the answer is definitely yes! Speech therapists are able to target MANY skills while playing games. Here are some of the skills a speech therapist is able … Continue reading Why Do Speech Therapists Play Games?

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10 Best Gifts for Speech Language Pathologists

With the holidays approaching quickly, I thought I'd share the best gifts for speech language pathologists that your favorite therapist will actually use and love! These gifts could also be great for a newly graduated SLP or a thank you gift for a mentor, supervisor, or professor. If you're an SLP reading this list, please … Continue reading 10 Best Gifts for Speech Language Pathologists

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8 Necessary Items for Successful Speech Teletherapy

As many schools around the country headed back to school this month, speech language pathologists are learning to adapt to the new normal: Teletherapy. Over the past few weeks, as I've prepared to provide therapy to my students virtually, I've come up with a list of necessary items to help make speech teletherapy successful. It's … Continue reading 8 Necessary Items for Successful Speech Teletherapy

5 Ways to Use Let’s Go Fishin’ Game for Speech Therapy

Let's Go Fishin' game is favorite among my students. I really enjoy using this game in speech therapy since it can be played so many different ways and is easily able to be played with groups of children. The game is geared for children ages 4 to 7, however, many of my older students choose … Continue reading 5 Ways to Use Let’s Go Fishin’ Game for Speech Therapy

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5 Fall Activities for Speech Therapy

5 Fall Activities for Speech Therapy 1. Fall Leaf Frame This very cute leaf frame is a perfect fall activity for speech therapy. Have the child request for leaves he wants to put on the frame (Ex. "I want a red leaf"). If your child requests using only 1-2 word utterances, then help the child … Continue reading 5 Fall Activities for Speech Therapy

Simple Speech Therapy Door Craft

This simple speech therapy door craft is great for adding some flair to your office door! Speech Door Craft Materials Wood letters Mod podge Foam brush Scrapbook paper Scissors Mounting tape Speech Door Craft Directions Trace wood letters onto scrapbook paper. Carefully cutout letters. Use brush to modpodge scrapbook paper onto the letters. Brush on … Continue reading Simple Speech Therapy Door Craft

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10 Items Every New SLP Should Have

You're a new SLP and wondering what must have items you should get for your therapy room. Maybe you were given a budget (lucky!) or paying out of pocket like many of us (myself included). Anyways, there are some items every new SLP should have to get them started. Below you'll see the top 10 … Continue reading 10 Items Every New SLP Should Have