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Free speech therapy apps

FREE Apps for Every Speech and Language Pathologist. I'm so excited to try some of these apps in therapy! Retrieved by Devin Bruce

How to Deal With Dyspraxia Infographic. The Dyspraxia Infographic. The Pig Picture of Dyspraxia. The Details of Dyspraxia. Dyspraxia Tips.

I love using these games to supplement Words Their Way instruction. They work with all word sorts and the kids love them!

I love using these games to supplement Words Their Way instruction. They work with all word sorts and the kids love them! I love her words their way my way posts.

Useful Tips Infographic

How to win at life - tips for how to get up early, start the day, work fast, think faster, and have a simple life as an entrepreneur (or anybody).

A growing goal bank for speech and language therapy at the middle school levels. Sorted by target area and always being updated!

A growing goal bank for speech and language therapy at the middle school levels. Sorted by target area and always being updated!

If you are just starting your career in Early Intervention or have been working with these itty bitties for a long time, you will LOVE these toys.  I admit it. I am a shopaholic for toys to use in ear

Hasbro Connect 4 Game Gift-wrap available. Classic Connect 4 game is disc-dropping fun Choose yellow or red discs When you get 4 discs in a row you win Includes grid, 2 legs, slider bar, 21 red discs, 21 yellow discs and instructions

2 word phrases

Book lists for kids speech therapy. Articulation, vocabulary and rhyming. 't' books, 'sh' books, rhyming books and more!

Uh-oh! Where Should the Band-Aid Go? A receptive language activity for PreK and Kinders! FREE :) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://Pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Betty and Billy Boo-Boo-This is a receptive language activity for PreK and Kindergarten. Students listen as you tell them where Billy or Betty have a boo-boo and then the student (s) place a band-aid on the correct body part.

Pressure Poster- Sensory/Therapy Room

Proprioception activities such as heavy work have been shown to improve attention and concentration, improve body awareness, and regulate arousal levels. Heavy work can be calming for students with autism or sensory regulation difficulties.