My school district is very purposeful and intentional about their use of homework and I’ve tried to follow their same policies! This means I don’t give homework for the majority of my caseload other than family recommendations or strategies. But, I always want the families I work with to feel knowledgeable and comfortable with what […]

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Therapy Ideas

Homework Labels for Speech Therapy

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

Who is ready for a quick and easy following directions activity? Let’s be honest. You might be the most organized, plan oriented speech and language pathologist that ever existed. But some activities, some days, some sessions… just DON’T go according to the plan. And sometimes you don’t even have a plan and just have to […]

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Freebies, Therapy Ideas

Walk the Line! A No-Prep Following Directions Activity

Are you ready for some AAC core vocabulary carryover tips? March 2019 Update: I recently uploaded a HUGE AAC training resource that includes training materials, data sheets, core word printables, and more! You can check it out here! So you’ve got an awesome AAC system set up, the child is increasingly using it during your […]

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AAC, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Increasing AAC Core Vocabulary Carryover

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden