I got behind on my blog posts! A couple of weeks ago, I did a frog theme in therapy. It seemed like the perfect time since frogs are popping up everywhere at my house...especially at night! My absolute favorite book for this theme is "The Wide Mouthed Frog." It's a great pop up book that… Continue reading Week in Review: Froggy Speech
Last week, I talked about using puzzles to work on your child's speech. This week we are talking board games! Each and every household has at least 1 game. No video games are allowed in this! Without further delay, let's get to business! 1. Candyland: I SUPER PUFFY HEART Candyland for VARIOUS reasons!! I like… Continue reading Parent Tip: Using Games to Encourage Speech and Language
We started off May with a great week!! The boys were not very excited about it at first. But there were some happy little boys that made crafts for their mamas at the end of the week! We started our week of flowers with a choice of 2 books: "Planting a Rainbow" and "There Was… Continue reading Week in Review: Blooming Good Speech!
SLPs are the masters of turning unsuspecting objects into great therapy tools. We are also the gurus of visuals. So when you mix those two talents together, you might get something like this: Touch light artic therapy. I work with a wide range of ages but the majority of my caseload is preschool. Often times,… Continue reading How To Use A Cheap Touch Light for Artic Therapy
Kids love puzzles! SLPs love puzzles too!! Better yet? Parents usually have a puzzle or two in the house. Why not use something that your SLP brings and your kids love? (Yes, there are a lot of questions to start this post. I will try to stop it!) Puzzles are so simple yet so great… Continue reading Parent Tip: Using Puzzles to Enhance Speech and Language
I have to say my new favorite theme might be my Texas theme! I had so much fun putting it together last week. I used to do this theme every year when I worked in the schools. It was kind of standard policy to do this theme during Texas Public Schools week. But when I left… Continue reading Texas Our Texas: Our Week Review