Low-prep/no-prep articulation activities for kids! Find 12 quick & easy game ideas you can use with your students in speech therapy today!

Phonology: Low-prep/no-prep articulation activities for kids! Find 12 quick & easy game ideas you can use with your students in speech therapy today!

When used correctly, technology can be a great resource for teaching your child. Check out our top 5 iPad apps for toddlers in speech therapy.

Top 5 Apps for Toddlers in Speech Therapy

Easy activities that WORK for a speech delay!  DIY therapy ideas for your kids!

Helping a toddler with a speech delay

Looking for ways to target categories, attributes and grammar? My DIY "I spy" sensory bin is a hands on way to teach these skills in speech therapy!

"I Spy" Sensory Bin To Build Language

"I spy" sensory bin is perfect for building language with understanding of categories, describing items by attributes and using them in grammar.

Helping develop your child's speech through play.       We're always told not to compare children. They're all different and all do things i...

MEGHAN RAYCROFT-I choose this as Language and Literacy because this demonstrates a good way to develop a child's speech through play, by increasing the number of words they use, and encouraging them to talk more with this kind of activity.

Research shows that shorter, more frequent sessions are more effective for learning and retention than longer, less frequent sessions.

Twenty Speech Therapy Activities You Can Do at Home -- These easy 5 minute activities seem appropriate for within the speech setting as well as for carryover skills at home.

This Wonderful Daily Visual Schedule is exactly what everyone needs. Perfect for special needs children, Autism, and children that do best with a visual plan. Organization at home or school with FREE PRINTABLES

Daily Visual Schedule for Kids Free Printable

Wonderful resource for OT, parents with children with autism, special needs, speech therapy. Beautiful visuals for your visual schedule.

DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one

DIY Sensory Blocks How To

DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one, but wouldn't they be GREAT in speech therapy? Close your eyes, touch, now describe how it feels. Use your best vocabulary words for describing!

Who, what, where, why, and why, basic flip cards for autism! How do you teach your students with special needs these skills?

WH Question Flip Cards

These WH question flip cards include over 100 flip cards to get your special education students working on simple WH questions!

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