Tag: speech and language activities

Figurative Fun

This post originally appeared on Speak Well, Read Well. Last week I had lunch with a friend and her teenage son, Mason. He had a

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Carry-over and out!

I’m a big believer in incorporating carry-over activities into an articulation therapy plan as early as possible.  Initially, this might include focus on only one

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Try this Nugget!

  St. Patrick’s Day seems to hold a fascination for the children I know.  At our school, the leprechaun’s are rambunctious and likely to play pranks.  For

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Figuring Out Speech

Do you ever feel like you’re slogging through another therapy session?  Especially if you are working with a long-term child who has been with you

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