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How to Use Story Starters in Speech Therapy

Story starters serve as prompts to help students create a story. This activity is useful in therapy sessions with students who are working on narrative, syntax, or social skills. SLPs can take advantage of this strategy to work with bilingual students in a less biased way than traditional language therapy. Story starters will allow you […]

Using Slime As A Speech Therapy Tool

Craft stores and more have displays set up all about how to create slime of different colors, textures, and more. Slime is a popular toy for kids but it can also serve as a great therapeutic resource as well. The best part about slime is that it is extremely easy to make with kids during […]

Top 5 Tools for SLPs

Working with students on their speech and language goals, evaluating them, and keeping lines of communication open with families can be challenging. Thanks to technology, we have a lot of resources available to help us with our daily tasks. Using these tools will help to maximize time, balance work, and keep things fresh within your […]

Fall in Love with Autumn Tales

Using the changing seasons are a nice way to put a twist on sessions that you have with your students. Halloween, fall trees and leaves, pumpkins, and Thanksgiving are excellent topics to get kids motivated to chat in sessions. These days books on these subjects are a fun way to get everyone ready for the […]

Halloween Sensory Fun

Getting a little messy can allow kids to be more actively engaged in sessions. When they are having fun, students don’t always realize they are working on skills. Sensory activities help with this problem and allow us to focus us checking on their speech and language, fine motor, gross motor, or other therapy needs. Getting […]

Pumpkin Patch Pride

Imagine the look on the face of kids as they walk into your classroom for a session and see a school pumpkin patch. Yes, to get kids excited for the autumn weather and celebrations, it’s time to give them the opportunity to pick their own pumpkin. Write messages home to those at home to see […]

Lots of Laughs with Ladybugs

Look all around you and the world is filled with a lot of insects flying, buzzing, and crawling around. Most of the times kids are afraid of them, but there is one in particular that makes kids of all ages smile. The little lady bug has become a symbol of good luck. They are the […]

Focus on Feelings for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is the perfect time to talk to students about important men in their life. While Father’s Day is only one day in June, it is nice to spend several sessions with kids discussing their feeling about the male role models in their lives. Remember to be aware of different family dynamics and sensitive […]