If you’re like most SLPs, you are in need of some pronouns speech therapy activities! Pronouns are actually the #2 most common grammar target amongst elementary school SLPs, so it’s a pretty common need. Children start using pronouns at 3-4 years of age. They don’t perfect them then, though. It isn’t until 3rd grade that […]

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Pronoun Activities: Time to Go Beyond He and She!

shannon loves the cycles approach for speech therapy

Are you struggling with articulation therapy students and ready to get started with the cycles approach for speech therapy? I was in that same place once, which is why I made my Cycles for Phonology Toolkit! Let me share what I learned and how I decide who is a good fit for this approach, assess, […]

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Elementary School, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Cycles Approach for Speech Therapy: Everything You Wanted to Know

194 of my favorite TPT freebies for SLPs

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!

Middle school (and high school) speech therapy activities can be hard to find, but I’ve got you! Middle school has a mixed reputation. I know some SLPs are intimidated by teenage attitudes, or aren’t sure what to work on once the basics have been covered. Some of these middle schoolers and high schoolers have been […]

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Materials, Middle School

Middle School Speech Therapy Activities: 10 Best Picks

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

speech therapy resources for parents and home practice

Parents, if you have found this blog looking for resources for parents help their child practice their speech therapy goals at home, thank you for wanting to be part of the team! I have some great products that are perfect for home practice, depending on your child’s goals. I highly recommend that you reach out […]

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Materials

Simple Resources for Parents for an Unstoppable Speech Team

solve it game for casue and effect, predictions, inferencings, deductive reasoning

  Students who have a hard time with socials are probably having a hard time with cause and effect. It’s hard for them to see how their actions might impact others (perspective taking). It can also be hard to make predictions about what could happen next. It might be a challenge for our students to […]

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Tackle Problem Solving with Cause and Effect!

apraxia train cards

Are you on the lookout for some cute and fun apraxia cards? I am so excited for this packet! It took a LONG time but in the end, I love how it turned out and I cannot wait to use it. This 44-page packet is intended for use with students with apraxia. But, it can […]

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Articulation, Materials

Say It! Trains for Apraxia Cards

basic concepts

Basic concepts are a great place to start with preschool speech therapy! Preschool Language Binder for Basic Concepts in Speech Therapy Whew! Running preschool speech therapy sessions can be so rewarding, but overwhelming! I feel all of these things when I’m working with preschoolers: They have so many needs! Where do I even start? How […]

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Materials

Powerful Preschool Targets: Temporal, Spatial, and More Basic Concepts

I LOVE book companion packs! I needed one to address some vocabulary needs for a couple of my clients and thus, created one for ‘Bear Snores On’ by Karma Wilson. You can find it in my TpT Store here. The packet includes: Pages 2-3: Cover Cards: Helps to label each deck and keep you organized! […]

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Bear Snores On Book Companion Packet

Update 2021:  At Speechy Musings, we are always looking to have the best resources available for SLPs. We are constantly updating and improving our store and resources we sell to make your therapy the best it can be. The SLP journey is a process. Over the years, we’ve honed our therapy as we’ve learned more […]

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Materials

Phonemic Awareness Powerpoint

I’m always looking for more materials that work on conversation! If you do too, read on! Maybe this packet is what you’re looking for! Why this game? It imitates natural conversation while providing a visual and something tangible to help visualize the flow of conversation! It provides practice asking questions, making comments, taking turns, and […]

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Materials

Let’s Talk! Conversation Game

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden