Tag: pediatric speech therapy

Climate Change

  This slightly messy speech activity has been a hit for me over the years, especially with preschool and Kindergarten aged kiddos, and is easily tailored

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Hungry Hippos

  Here’s another classic game that is easily adapted for articulation drills. Materials:  Hungry Hungry Hippos game, word list or deck of artic cards How to

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Dot to Dot

  I use this as a quick homework sheet or treatment session activity.  If I have a child working on a particularly troublesome sound (/r/

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Speech Madness

North Carolinians take college basketball very seriously and March Madness is the culmination of all craziness.  This year’s tournament starts on March 19 and lasts

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Take Note

I work in a rather gray area in that I’m a private clinician, but most often seeing kiddos in their school setting. I can easily

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With a Bit of Grace

  This post originally appeared on the PediaStaff blog. When I was in grad school, our campus clinic saw a high percentage of fluency clients. 

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Speech Snowmen

***It looks like the orignal template I used is no longer available and I have been unable to connect with the author.  Click here for

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Give this a Tri!

During one of my Christmas shopping jaunts, I picked up a new game for me—Tri-ominos.  It looked easy.  It looked fun.  It was cheap (I

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