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Feed a Frog Therapy Idea

Feed a Frog Therapy Idea

This quick and easy-to-make frog container is a cute way to get your students motivated to practice their speech and language skills. Your students will be eager to feed him their speech and language cards or plastic flies! What you need: a clean, plastic container with a lid that opens a little more than halfway, […]

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Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Articulation

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Articulation

It’s springtime, which means I want to be outside as much as possible! Don’t you just feel like the outdoors are calling you (and your students) to go exploring? Next time you’re given an opportunity, take your students outside for a scavenger hunt! They’ll love it, and you’ll all see things you don’t normally notice. […]

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Build a Bug Reinforcement Activity

Build a Bug Reinforcement Activity

I love finding easy and fun therapy activities to share with you, so when I saw this idea on Pinterest, I knew I had to let you know about it. It’s easy for little ones, but can also be used with older students. Plus, it’s an adaptable and easy craft that can be used as […]

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April Theme for Speech and Language Therapy

April Theme for Speech and Language Therapy

Spring is in the air! Our ideas and materials this month will focus on a spring theme. Our spring theme includes materials and ideas for flowers and gardening, bugs, caterpillars, frogs, weather, and picnics. We will be publishing new ideas and materials this month in addition to the over 50 spring related materials that are […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Activities with Lucky Charms Cereal

St. Patrick's Day Activities with Lucky Charms Cereal

Who doesn’t love marshmallows in their cereal? And have you seen your students’ eyes light up when you bring food into therapy? If your with me on these two things, Lucky Charms cereal just may need to make an appearance into your therapy sessions…and there’s no better time than St. Patrick’s Day! So, what can […]

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Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? Activity for Teaching Onomatopoeia

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? Activity for Teaching Onomatopoeia

Dr. Seuss is known for using zany, creative words in his stories. In Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?, Dr. Seuss opens our ears to the sounds around us. Besides being fun for your students, you can use this book as a wonderful language learning opportunity that teaches about “onomatopoeia,” a type of figurative language. […]

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