sample page for high frequency words for speech therapy

There are SO MANY ways to target articulation (and language!!) that don’t involve our artic kids finding words from text passages or just “focusing on their sounds” during other, unrelated activities. ⁣My favorite words for speech sound or articulation therapy are high frequency, and they can be found everywhere, all the time! New Research on […]

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Articulation, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Best Advice for High Frequency Words in Speech Therapy

Teaching /r/ can be tricky! If you’re looking for some quick /r/ articulation lists, check out my systematic, super functional high-frequency /r/ packet! This resource will help you target words your students actually use like “really” and “are” instead of random, noun-based targets like “rooster” or “monster”. It includes printables to target R in isolation, […]

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Articulation, Middle School, Therapy Ideas

Tools and Techniques for Eliciting /R/ in Articulation Therapy

I recently released an entire line of no-prep articulation worksheets. The thing that differentiated these worksheets from other resources already out there is that they utilize high frequency words. What are high frequency words? High frequency words are the ones that we say frequently day to day. Today, I wanted to share my thoughts on using […]

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Articulation, Elementary School, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Using High Frequency Words in Articulation Therapy

There are so many amazing products on TpT, but it can get overwhelming trying to find the best of the best. I’ve compiled the best products from a variety of categories and link to all of them below. Hopefully this helps narrow down your cart or helps give you some ideas of new products to […]

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AAC, Articulation, Elementary School, Grammar, Language, Materials, Middle School, Social Skills, Therapy Ideas

Best of SLPs on TpT – 2017 Edition

Articulation News is one of my newest products, and believe it or not, it's a perfect fit for both articulation and language students. This resource of chockfull of worksheets and games that will reach your students in a variety of ways and help them find success in learning and practicing speech and language skills.

One of my first products on Teachers Pay Teachers was Articulation Menus, a fun way to generalize articulation skills and incorporate language skills – perfect for mixed groups. I used that resource all of the time until I decided I needed something similar to mix things up a bit. I came up with Articulation News […]

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Articulation, Language, Materials

Articulation News

Have you been wishing for an articulation card game to add to your speech room? These articulation playing cards are exactly what you've been wishing for!

Ever wish you could play card games in speech while targeting articulation skills? Now you can! I made these versatile articulation playing card decks so you can play games like Go Fish, War, Crazy Eights, or even Memory – all with one deck! These cards are so versatile, you can even use them like normal […]

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Articulation, Materials

Articulation Playing Cards

Because I couldn't find anything I loved, I decided to create this resource of book lists by speech sound. It breaks down books for 22 different sounds! There are six books for each sound, so this is a loaded freebie for your speech and language therapy room!

I love using children’s books in therapy! They are so easy to use for language goals. I always found myself needing a list of picture books sorted by speech sound. I couldn’t find anything I loved so I made my own. I recently updated the list and know you’ll love it too! This download contains […]

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Articulation, Freebies, Materials

Book Lists by Speech Sound

This year, I’m sending home speech and language bags with each student on my caseload. The kids have helped put them together for the past week or so and are incredibly invested in the idea! Check out what I put in each bag below. {articulation} My articulation bags were SO easy. To assemble them, I […]

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Articulation, Language, Materials, Therapy Ideas

EASY Speech and Language Summer Homework

For me, finding targets and activities for articulation at the word and sentence level is fairly easy. I can do a lot with flashcards! Things get more tricky when looking for fun activities that get in lots of trials at the structured or unstructured conversation levels! So many of my students as these levels still […]

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Articulation, Materials

Articulation Menus for /r/

Recently, I felt like I had an influx of students who were finally stimulable on some new sounds! Yay! Except… I suddenly had an incredibly difficult time getting them to produce these sounds when combined with a vowel in syllables. Here’s my tips and tricks for moving from making sounds in isolation to working on the […]

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Articulation, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables!

If you’re a follower of Speechy Musings, you know that I recently switched to a school setting. I primarily work with students up to grade 2 and have a TON of students with phonology disorders. I worked for 1 week at the school before heading out to Costa Rica. Rough life, I know. I was […]

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Articulation, Materials, Reviews, Therapy Ideas

Cycles for Phonology: Assessment, Setting Up, Progress Monitoring, & Intervention

Since I’ve switched to the school setting, I’ve had moments where I desperately wished I could see some of my grouped students 1:1, even just for a short time or for certains days (e.g., days I want to do progress monitoring, formal data collection, etc..). I felt like a bad SLP on these days: I […]

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Articulation, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Centers for Articulation

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden