Speech therapy for preschool
25 Preschool SLP Must Haves! Click through to see all ther great materials you need in your preschool speech language room. You'll find great ideas for organization, classroom management, sensory, and MUCH more! Great for preK, but really these can be used in any speechies room! #Preschool #SpeechTherapy
Download our free printable to help your child or speech therapy students working on cognitive & receptive language development skills. This Fill in the Blank list is perfect for children with autism and/or a speech delay and can serve as a building block for reciprocal conversation. #abaspeech #speechtherapy #slp #autism #specialeducation #speechdelay
This Boom Cards deck is a quick and easy way to target detection and imitation of the Learning to Listen Sounds! Use it at home or in speech therapy with children with hearing loss to improve object/sound associations. Great for teletherapy and/or auditory verbal therapy sessions!
Speech therapy progress can be exciting and something to be celebrated, but conveying the amazing news can get lost in translation! It may excite speech therapists that a child can categorize objects with 80% accuracy according to function and group without a visual or verbal cue. However, this doesn’t always make sense to non-professionals in the field. These materials should help!
No print and flip book preschool speech and language screening kit: This resource helps SLPs screen large groups of preschool students to identify students with concerns and administer a screening to individual students. Also includes various preschool screening forms and checklists. - Speech is Beautiful #speechtherapy #earlyintervention #noprintspeech #preschoolspeechtherapy #slpeeps #speechscreener
FREE Early Language Activity BOOM CARD™ Deck - Distance Learning This speech language activity is designed to be open ended for you to use in creative ways to address language skills. Your students will describe each shape, name objects hidden behind the shapes, describe objects, use propositions to tell/describe where an item gets moved to, and more! #speechiefreebies #teletherapy #distancelearning #speechtherapy #speechtherapyboomcards #languagetherapy #speechtherapyfree #boomcards
What are early literacy skills and why are they important? In today’s podcast episode I talk all about pre-literacy skills and ways that SLPs can help to promote and facilitate these skills in children. Tune in below to learn more and be sure to check out the links and resources section at the bottom of the page! | The Digital SLP #earlyintervention #literacyskills #earlyliteracyskills
Below are simple ways to encourage a late talker to talk. These activities aren’t necessarily complicated or expensive. The most important part is you, the parent, and how you interact and talk with your child. My child is also a late talker, I know how it feels!! To read about my experiences, thoughts, and plans, click here.