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Rebus Sentences For Final /p/

Rebus Sentences for Final /p/

These rebus sentences can be used to elicit productions of /p/ in the final position of sentences, even with non-readers.  The predictability of the sentences allows even young children to produce basic sentences without a model. [ismember][/ismember] [nonmember] [/nonmember]

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Easter Egg Therapy Ideas

Easter Egg Therapy Ideas

What's fun, inexpensive, and versatile for therapy activities?  Plastic Easter eggs!  All of the ages I work with (from 3 to 19 years old) enjoy our egg games.  It could be that I make prizes part of the activities or…

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Articulation Stories For Any Sound

Articulation Stories for Any Sound

Time to take it up a notch Yeah!  Your client can successfully use his target sound in words and sentences!  Now what?  It’s time to take it to the next level.  If the child can read, I recommend having him…

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“S” – The Super Sound

“S” – The Super Sound

I actually get excited about working on the "s" sound with children!  It’s really a "super sound" that when corrected can dramatically improve a child’s speech.  So, if you have clients that are stopping, deleting, lisping, or otherwise distorting /s/,…

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