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

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Articulation, Freebies, Materials

My Favorite FREE TpT Downloads

Over the holidays, my boyfriend’s family always does a White Elephant gift exchange. If you’re unfamiliar, it’s basically where everybody finds random, unwanted things around their house (sometimes humorous things…) and trades them. I saw this gem and surprisingly (or not surprisingly…) nobody else wanted it! I knew immediately that it would be an awesome […]

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Articulation, Therapy Ideas

Spider-Man Matching Revised!

By far, this is my favorite thing to make with kids! It’s motivating, easy to make, and tons of fun for everybody! Any guesses?! It… is… SLIME! Or flubber, or gak, or whatever your preferred term is! I know there are many recipes out there, but here is my personal favorite: Ingredients: 2 4oz white […]

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Therapy Ideas

Sensory Slime Therapy Ideas

As my semester wraps up, I’ve started compiling ideas that I’ve used thus far! One of my clients was a very young artic client. He was incredibly cooperative and wonderful, so I got the chance to try out all sorts of activities and games on him. Here are some ideas that worked really well for […]

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Articulation, Therapy Ideas

A Semester of Articulation Therapy Ideas

I finally found it! I’ve been searching since I read about it at Speech Room News here. One way to make it easy to adapt Cariboo for articulation therapy is to insert the cards found on Mommy Speech Therapy. There, you can click on most any articulation sound and get a page of Boardmaker pictures […]

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Articulation, Therapy Ideas

Cariboo!

So many of the kids I’ve worked with have difficulty with wh questions in some form. This semester, at my grad clinic, I’m working with an AAC client on answering comprehension questions about books. It was difficult for her to understand the different wh-questions and how she should answer them. For example, when I say, […]

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Therapy Ideas

Wh- Questions Visual

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden