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Articulation Therapy

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Confession time...I'm a terrible singer. Like, turrible. But I don't let that stop me (Follow your dreams, people) from belting out my own little diddies and dance moves in my therapy sessions. Why? Mostly because it draws attention and makes my students laugh. But also, I know that movements and chants and rhymes can all help my students engage and learn. Like the kind of learning that sticks. Let's take a look at some research:

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Happy Tuesday! Today, I want to share how I collect data during articulation therapy! I’m a dork. I love collecting data and during articulation therapy I try to be as thorough as possible. I like to keep track of exact numbers.. for instance, if a student produces 150 repetitions at the word level during a session ... Read More about Articulation Data Sheets (Freebie!)

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School SLPs can set-up articulation speech folders to help them stay organized with planning out a treatment program for articulation therapy.

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Speech therapy should be meaningful and motivating. Do you agree?! One way we can make practicing articulation in speech therapy meaningful is to choose words to are related to the theme and activity that we are doing (what four year old says the word, “thimble”??). Using speech sound targets that are related to the theme will help you easily incorporate words into any of your themed speech therapy activities - books, games, songs, and toys! You can use these tips during speech therapy with…

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Confession time...I'm a terrible singer. Like, turrible. But I don't let that stop me (Follow your dreams, people) from belting out my own little diddies and dance moves in my therapy sessions. Why? Mostly because it draws attention and makes my students laugh. But also, I know that movements and chants and rhymes can all help my students engage and learn. Like the kind of learning that sticks. Let's take a look at some research:

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As my semester wraps up, I’ve started compiling ideas that I’ve used thus far! One of my clients was a very young artic client. He was incredibly cooperative and wonderful, so I got the…

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