Are you on the hunt for some free speech therapy materials?? Who isn’t?! Speech therapists aren’t exactly being overpaid and sometimes something new helps breathe life into the therapy plan. Now, I’ll be honest, my favorite products are large, versatile, all-encompassing mega units that last me a whole year, like my cycles for phonology product, my […]

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Articulation, Freebies, Materials

194+ of my Favorite FREE Speech Therapy Materials!

Today’s topic is all about speech sound therapy! I’m going to share how I structure my therapy, stay organized, and think about service delivery for students who are working on targeted speech sounds or phonological processes. Below are my top 5 tips: Drill, drill, drill. I often ask myself, “What activity would make drill fun for this […]

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Materials, Therapy Ideas

Speech Sound Therapy: Get Organized and Structure Your Sessions

It’s articulation assessment time! In the schools, it’s not just about the errors, but about how those sound errors are impacting the student in the classroom. Standardized Articulation Assessment I always give the GFTA-3 even though our eligibility is based more on overall intelligibility and impact anyways. I find that it’s nice to use something […]

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Articulation

The Quick Guide to My Articulation Assessment Process

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, Middle School, Therapy Ideas

Best Advice for High Frequency Words in Speech Therapy

You’ve probably heard of Cariboo, the perfect game for speech therapy! Cariboo is no longer in production (I’m not sure why! I feel like all the SLPs in the world must have convinced the company that they need to bring this game back!) But, if you hunt around, you can probably find one in a […]

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Articulation, Therapy Ideas

Cariboo! The Perfect Game for Speech Therapy

k words cookie game on ipad

Looking for cute, FREE resources featuring /k/ words? Check out this fun product for 26 pages of /k/ words for speech therapy! In order to celebrate nearing the end of my first semester, I’m posting a free articulation game! I made it for a current client of mine who is working on /k/. I sent […]

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Articulation, Freebies, Materials

/k/ Words Cookie Articulation Game

story creator app for speech therapy

The Story Creator App!! I originally got this app when I was a poor grad student with a brand new iPad. But, I think that only made me a better critic! 😉 I know your speech therapy dollars have to really stretch, so why not take advantage of a free, open-ended, highly versatile tool?! Story […]

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Articulation, iPad Applications

The award for my favorite app so far is….

During grad school, I had a few go-to speech therapy articulation games that I think you’ll love! I like to think I’ve learned and grown as a clinician quite a bit since grad school. But honestly, these simple (CHEAP!) games I played in grad school still work and are fun, quick, and efficient for maximum […]

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Articulation, Therapy Ideas

Super Simple Speech Therapy Articulation Games

Are you ready for some more speech therapy activities for the R sound? 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 […]

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Articulation, Materials

Speech Therapy for R sound: Articulation Menus

syllables speech therapy

Recently, I felt like I had an influx of students who were finally stimulable on some new sounds and needed to move from sounds in isolation to VC and CV syllables! 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 […]

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Articulation, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Moving from Sounds in Isolation to VC and CV Syllables!

Check out my free speech sound cue cards! I LOVE visuals. All day, every day, it is all about visuals! I needed a way to organize cards to help my students with apraxia or articulation goals sooo I made these. I love how they turned out and now I use them every day! Plus bonus, […]

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Articulation, Freebies, Materials

Speech Sound Cue Cards Freebie

“The dreaded ‘r’.” I hear this phrase almost daily from SLPs – in person, in forums, from my friends, from everybody. Why is ‘r’ so hard? I like to tell parents of the kiddos that I work with that there are SO many variations of ‘r’! If you feel this way, you definitely need to […]

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Articulation, Reviews

R Made Simple Review and Giveaway

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden