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We ALL know that there are a lot of SLP lies floating around -- lies that we tell ourselves about what we can or cannot get done for our caseloads. This blog post shares some of the more common lies that SLPs tell themselves AND it provides tips for overcoming those obstacles. Click through to learn these tips to help you become a more efficient speech therapist!
$ Irregular Past-Tense Verbs activities have never been this much fun! Guess the rhyming riddles to play this verb tense bingo game in speech therapy or classroom. This leveled game is for later developing verbs, age 7 and up. #speechsprouts #speechtherapy #grammarlessons #esl #speechandlanguage
There are a lot of strategies for SLPs to attempt when it comes to teaching vocabulary to students. This blog post explores the do's and don'ts of how to teach vocabulary with a few simple steps for evidence-based vocabulary practice in the speech room. Click through to read the entire post and get all the tips!
Do you need to work on your organizing skills in your speech room? This blog post is all about how I organized my tools and materials in my speech therapy room -- all as inspiration for you! As SLPs, we can accumulate a lot of stuff over the years, so speech room organization is a must in order to keep our little rooms from getting too crazy. Click through to learn more organizing skills for your speech room!
SLPs have challenging jobs -- I don't think any of us would argue that! With that being said, though, of course we sometimes run into overwhelm and struggle to manage the crazy schedules of our speech therapy rooms. This blog post, though, is all about an SLP manifesto: how you can change your mindset to come to a more positive head space about your job. Click through to read the speech-language pathologist's manifesto!
Do you use a speech therapy cart in your speech room? My cart has quickly become one of my favorite and easiest ways to organize my speech materials and resources. I'm explaining where I got my cart, the containers I use, and how I organize my cart in this blog post, so click through to read all of the details!
Here's a silly little Christmas themed game that your students will love playing! Use it with 2 or more players; the first player to free Santa or Rudolph wins the game! Aside from playing the game, the 285 task cards are sure to come in handy for assessment and therapy. I hope this becomes one of your go to Christmas activities for years to come!
Did you know you can get the speech therapy materials your students need without having to break the bank? Check out this blog post for tips, tricks, and a bonus template to quickly request funding for your materials using DonorsChoose! Yes, DonorsChoose can be used by speech-language pathologists, too!
Once our students learn all of these great vocabulary words, how do we make it stick? This blog post explores vocabulary generalization and provides ideas for helping students use their vocabulary words in other settings. Click through to learn more about how SLPs can teach vocabulary in speech therapy.
Answering WH Questions for Listening Comprehension activity for autism, auditory comprehension for speech and language, as well as Special Education, will have your students engaged and focused on listening to each short story read aloud by the teacher, SLP, or therapist! Using an ink dauber (which ...
Parent conferences are a crazy time for all educators, including SLPs. How can you make it easier for yourself? Well, I've got FIVE tips in this post, including links to other blog posts and resources to give you lots of tools to make parent conferences manageable. Read this post to get all of the tips, downloads, and a video!