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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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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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March Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

March Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

We have three FUN themes planned for you to use during your sessions in March! We’ll be starting out with some silly words and rhyming activities with our Dr. Seuss theme and then moving on to some lucky leprechaun lessons that are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Lastly, we’ll be hopping down the bunny trail […]

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Turkey Clothespin Reinforcement Activity

Turkey Clothespin Reinforcement Activity

Your students will have a feathery fun time with this Thanksgiving turkey activity! Use it to keep your students engaged and wanting to produce more correct speech and language responses. You can make a turkey for each student or divide your group into teams that share turkeys. What you need for each turkey: brown paper […]

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Paper Plate Cow Therapy Activity

Paper Plate Cow Therapy Activity

Bring the farm into your sessions with this easy and adaptable craft! With a few supplies and a little preparation, it’s easy to make it come together. What you need: paper plates (one for each child) white, pink, black, and brown construction paper black marker scissors glue What to do for each cow: Cut two […]

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Popcorn Pitch – A Food Fight Therapy Activity

Popcorn Pitch - A Food Fight Therapy Activity

Food fight!!  Okay, not really, but throwing paper popcorn is still loads of fun! This therapy activity is a great way to reward students after they have worked hard. They’ll want to earn as much “popcorn” as possible, which makes them eager to produce as many targeted responses as possible.  You can use this activity […]

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