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Setting Up Articulation Speech Folders For Students

Setting Up Articulation Speech Folders For Students

Recently, I polled the SLPs that follow me on Instagram to see how many of us make individual student folders for our caseloads. It was a pretty even 50/50 split of speech pathologists that do make individual folders and those that don’t. I personally do not make...

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Push-In Speech Therapy – How to Set Up Your Lessons

Push-In Speech Therapy – How to Set Up Your Lessons

There has been a big shift in school districts wanting Speech Pathologists to adopt push-in speech therapy services for their caseloads. It is very easy to tell SLPs to use this model, but without guidance, this process feels overwhelming. And as SLPs in the trenches, we know that when implementing a new model or approach, many conflicts can arise that impact delivering collaborative services well.

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Using Simon’s Cat Videos In Speech Therapy

Using Simon’s Cat Videos In Speech Therapy

Who loves low-prep speech therapy activities that cover a LOT of goals? And keeps your students engaged? Um, we are all raising our hands right now. If you have yet to hear of the wordless short Simon's Cat videos, you need to check them out. In fact, I am going to...

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Articulation Activities Speech Therapy Ideas

Articulation Activities Speech Therapy Ideas

Trying to get those 100+ trials during articulation therapy can be challenging! Student motivation and mixed therapy groups can make it tough to get high repetitions. I wrote this blog post to introduce new articulation activities for speech therapy sessions. It’s not...

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30 FUN Themes For Speech Therapy Planning Prek-5th Grade

30 FUN Themes For Speech Therapy Planning Prek-5th Grade

As school-based SLP's, we’re going to be working with so many different grade levels throughout the day. Especially if you’re like me and you love to push-in to multiple classrooms throughout your day or week. The more grade levels you see, the more time you’re going...

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What does play-based speech therapy activities look like?

What does play-based speech therapy activities look like?

If you work with younger-aged students, then planning play-based speech therapy sessions can help you save time with lesson plans and increase engagement with students! You can adapt toys to cover multiple goals, so you can use the toy in many of your sessions. I love...

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All About Me – Likes and Dislikes

All About Me – Likes and Dislikes

All About Me is a versatile theme for preschool and early elementary students. You can use an All About Me theme any time of the year, but it is an ideal theme to use at the start of the school year. By having students talk about their likes and dislikes, you can...

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Articulation Game That Gets 100 Trials

Articulation Game That Gets 100 Trials

If you are trying to get more trials in your speech sound sessions but want to keep your students motivated to practice, check out this free articulation game! Nothing makes a speech therapy session drag more than when students complain that they must practice their...

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