Amazon prime day deals 2017 for speech and language toys

10 Best Amazon Prime Day 2018 Deals for Speech and Language Toys

Amazon Prime Day 2018 begins on July 16th at 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The deals run through the end of July 17th. This is a great time for parents and speech language pathologists to stock up on great speech and language toys. Check out the best deals here. Amazon Prime Day 2018 Deals for … Continue reading 10 Best Amazon Prime Day 2018 Deals for Speech and Language Toys

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10 Children’s Books Perfect for Summer

Ahh, it's finally summer! The best time to kick back and relax with your child. Hopefully you'll have the opportunity to take a break from the stress of the school year and rigid schedule. Reading with your child is a great way to keep improving his language skills over the summer. As you're reading together, … Continue reading 10 Children’s Books Perfect for Summer

R Sound Books Speech Therapy

5 R Sound Books for Speech Therapy

If your child is working on producing the R sound appropriately, then reading books with these sounds is a great activity to do together. Reading books with your child's target sound will help give him many good models of the sound (a great auditory bombardment activity). When you're reading the book to your child, please … Continue reading 5 R Sound Books for Speech Therapy

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5 S Cluster Sound Books for Speech Therapy

If your child is working on producing the S Cluster sound appropriately, then reading books with these sounds is a great activity to do together. Reading books with your child's target sound will help give him many good models of the sound (a great auditory bombardment activity). When you're reading the book to your child, … Continue reading 5 S Cluster Sound Books for Speech Therapy

Best Easter Books

10 Best Easter Books for Language Development

Reading books with your child or students is an excellent way to work on improving vocabulary skills, as well as receptive and expressive language skills. Check out some of these books to read with your child prior to Easter. Remember to ask your child questions about the story to check for comprehension. You can also … Continue reading 10 Best Easter Books for Language Development

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Winter Vocabulary Word Search Freebie

As winter is winding down, please enjoy this winter vocabulary word search freebie thanks to Education.com. The word search clues consist of common winter vocabulary items, such as igloo, candle, and boot. This is a simple yet fun activity to complete with your child or students before the end of winter. The activity is great … Continue reading Winter Vocabulary Word Search Freebie

P Sound Books

5 P Sound Books for Speech Therapy

If your child is working on producing the P sound appropriately, then reading books with the P sound is a great activity to do together. Reading books with your child's target sound will help give him many good models of the sound (a great auditory bombardment activity). When you're reading the book to your child, … Continue reading 5 P Sound Books for Speech Therapy

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The Top 10 Children’s Books About Penguins

The winter is a great time to read about penguins with your child or students. There are so many great books about this cute black and white animal, but this list will give you the top 10 children's books about penguins. The list includes fiction and non-fiction books. Top 10 Children's Books About Penguins 1. … Continue reading The Top 10 Children’s Books About Penguins

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5 Best Children’s Books for January

Happy New Year! Thank you to my readers who continue to follow this blog for another year. January is the perfect month to snuggle up with your child and read some books about the new year, snow, and all things winter. Remember to ask your child questions about what's happening the story to check his … Continue reading 5 Best Children’s Books for January

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5 Easy Winter Crafts for Kids

Winter Crafts for Kids Looking for some fun winter crafts for kids? You've come to the right place! Below are listed five easy winter crafts to complete with your child over the winter season! As a speech language pathologist, I also describe how to incorporate speech and language skills into each activity. Please comment below … Continue reading 5 Easy Winter Crafts for Kids

B sound books

5 B Sound Books for Speech Therapy

If your child is working on producing the B sound appropriately, then reading books with the B sound is a great activity to do together. Reading books with your child's target sound will help give him many good models of the sound (a great auditory bombardment activity). When you're reading the book to your child, … Continue reading 5 B Sound Books for Speech Therapy

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5 Best Children’s Books for December

With this busy time of the year upon us, it's important to remember to slow down at times. A wonderful way to do this is to read stories with your child. Reading books is a great way to spend time together and also practice improving your child's language skills. Remember to ask your child questions … Continue reading 5 Best Children’s Books for December

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5 Best Children’s Books for November

Welcome November! There is finally a crisp feel in the air and colorful leaves on the trees (and ground!). With the cooler weather, it's the perfect time to stay in, cozy up, and read a book with your child. Continue reading for a perfect list of children's books for November. Remember to talk about what … Continue reading 5 Best Children’s Books for November

6 Thanksgiving Activities for Speech and Language Therapy

If you're looking for fun Thanksgiving activities to do with your child, you've come to the right place! By choosing any of these crafts or activities, you will be able to work on improving your child's speech and language skills, from following directions to increasing sentence length. Continue reading to learn what speech and language … Continue reading 6 Thanksgiving Activities for Speech and Language Therapy

Leaf Hide-and-Seek: Fall Speech Therapy Activity

A great fall speech therapy activity I like to do with my students is "Leaf Hide-and-Seek". The game is very simple and requires minimal setup, but the outcomes are great! In order to play, you will need to place leaves in different areas of a room. Then ask the child to search for the hidden … Continue reading Leaf Hide-and-Seek: Fall Speech Therapy Activity

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8 Halloween Crafts for Speech and Language Therapy

Halloween is right around the corner and what a better way to work on speech and language skills with your child or students than to do crafts. From spooky ghosts to silly pumpkins, pick out some Halloween crafts for speech therapy from this list and start working on your child's goals. You can use crafts … Continue reading 8 Halloween Crafts for Speech and Language Therapy

5 Best Children’s Books for October

Happy October! Although it's still feeling like summer here in NJ, apparently it really is fall. With hopes of cooler weather, colorful leaves, and all things pumpkin, I have complied a fantastic list of children's books for October. In addition to the list, I have added a short synopsis of each book and recommended ages. … Continue reading 5 Best Children’s Books for October

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