Archive | March, 2012

Top 5 Printable Speech and Language Therapy Materials

Top 5 Printable Materials for Speech and Language Therapy

SpeechTherapyIdeas.com was created to provide Speech-Language Pathologists with fresh therapy ideas and reduce their therapy preparation time. If you are not a Speech Therapy Ideas member you are probably spending too much time preparing for therapy and making your own materials. Here is a list of the top 5 printable therapy materials our members are […]

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Top 5 Free Speech and Language Therapy Ideas

Top 5 Free Ideas for Speech and Language Therapy

From the beginning, Speech Therapy Ideas was designed to be an online resource for Speech-Language Pathologists to get free speech and language therapy ideas. Recently we started to wonder which therapy ideas were the most popular. As we expected, many of the top therapy ideas were specific to a holiday or season. Since those ideas […]

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Build a Basket in Therapy Using Easter Sentences

Sentencesfor Easter Egg Basket

Use Easter and spring sentences to build a basket These sentences make it easier to work with a group of students who are focused on different sounds or skills.  Every sentence contains the /k/, /l/, /s/, and “r” sounds.  The sentences can also be used to identify parts of speech.  There are 25 Easter sentences […]

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Spring Tic-Tac-Toe Reinforcement for Therapy

Spring Tic-Tac-Toe Reinforcement for Therapy

Here’s a fun reinforcement activity that can be used with students of almost any age.  It’s tic-tac-toe – spring style! What to do: If playing with a group, divide the students into pairs.  If there’s an odd number, you can play to even out the teams. Print out a game page for each pair.  Cut […]

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Pick a Stick Therapy Activity and Multiple Meaning Words List

Pick A Stick Therapy Activity and Multiple Meaning Words

This is a quick-to-make, versatile, and portable activity that is great for a wide variety of speech and language therapy goals.  You can even use it with groups of students working on different skills! What you need: craft sticks marker small color-coded stickers (optional) word lists for stimuli container/cup (I used an Emerald Nuts container) […]

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Rearranging Sentence Parts with Adjectives for St. Patrick’s Day

These rearranging sentence parts are different than those posted previously.  With these sentences, students arrange the sentence pieces into two different sentences by making an adjective describe two different nouns.  For example, one set of sentence pieces could be arranged as “The lucky boy found a clover.” or as “The boy found a lucky clover.” […]

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