Hands On Therapy Activities

Summer, Grilling and Speech Therapy

So, it’s officially summer here in Texas.  No, I don’t wait for the actual “First Day Of Summer” on the calendar.  It’s summer in Texas when your thighs stick to your seats in your car.  Cue the fun summer themes in speech therapy!!  I found these adorable tin grills in the dollar spot of my favorite store last week- which …

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Hands On Therapy Activities

Using Mailboxes in Speech Therapy

We’ve all seen those cute little mailboxes in the Target Dollar Spot or our favorite dollar store. I know I walked by them a couple of years ago, not sure what I could do with it. Don’t worry…before I checked out, I walked back to pick up 3 (or maybe 5!) These little mailboxes are FANTABULOUS (yes, you read that …

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Articulation Tips, Hands On Therapy Activities, Language Tips, Parent Tips

Tips for Enriching Language with Halloween Candy!

It’s Halloween!  It’s probably #2 on the scale of “The Best Day of My Life” that every kid has.  And all you can think about is, “What the heck am I gonna do with all that candy?”   Well, you are in luck.  I just happen to think about writing this post just for parents (and SLPs) like you!  Not parents like …

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Hands On Therapy Activities

Pizza Sensory Bin in Speech Therapy

I had previously written a post about our pizza theme for speech therapy.  There was a quick (code: terrible picture and description) of my sensory bin.  This year, I revamped it and made it better!  Since I improved it, I figured I would write a quick blog post about it with a freebie! I started out with a simple plastic …

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Hands On Therapy Activities, Parent Tips

Language Skills with a Dash of Lemonade

Let’s face it.  Kids don’t always want to work on language skills at home.  They want to play their video games.  Text or “Snappy Chat” their friends.  Yes, you read that right…”Snappy Chat.”  If you are lucky, they enjoy reading.  But working on talking, answering questions, describing?  That’s a big NO.  But it’s ok.  Sometimes during therapy sessions, they don’t …

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