Archive | June, 2009

Checklist for Speech Sounds

This checklist can be used to track a student’s progress in correcting articulation errors from the auditory discrimination level through conversational speech.  It can also be found as part of the Interdental Lisping Basic Set.

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Word Lists Initial /s/ and /z/

These word lists can be used for focused auditory input (auditory bombardment) or as stimulus words for working on initial /s/ and /z/.  There are 30 words included for each sound.

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Word Lists for Final /s/ and /z/

These word lists can be used for focused auditory input (auditory bombardment) or as stimulus words for working on final /s/ and /z/.  There are 30 words included for each sound.

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“Hang in There” with this Speech Therapy Activity!

Clothes Line

Could it be?  Could hanging laundry actually be fun?  With this speech therapy activity it can be! What you’ll need Picture or word cards cut out in the shape of clothing (e.g., shirts, shorts, mittens) Yarn or string (and a simple way to hang it) Clothespins or large paper clips Small basket or container for […]

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Bubbles as a Therapy Tool!

Bubble Tumblers

Why are bubbles so great? They’re cheap, fascinating, low-tech, and a wonderful therapy tool – a must have for Speech-language Pathologists working with young children.  The effect bubbles can have on a child is amazing!  By blowing bubbles, you can quickly gain and hold a child’s attention or calm a fussy child.  You can work […]

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