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3 weeks ago
Some fun ideas to teach kids about germs that can easily be turned into speech sessions! premeditatedleftovers.com/naturally-frugal-mom/10-ways-to-teach-kids-about-germs/#_a5 ... See MoreSee Less
10 Ways to Teach Kids About Germs
10 Ways to Teach Kids About Germs- Teaching kids about germs doesn't have to be difficult. Here are 10 ways to teach them so they can stay healthy and safe.
These fun ideas from SmartMouth SLP makes winter fun (almost)! smartmouthslp.com/the-social-snowman/ ... See MoreSee Less
The Social Snowman
We made it through the first week back to school, but the week was all about benchmark testing for our K students. I am excited to get back to therapy with my kids and winter is the theme for Janu…
Some good advice about mixed groups from Old School Speech: www.oldschoolspeech.com/2018/01/killing-two-birds-with-one-stone.html ... See MoreSee Less
Killing Two Birds with One Stone
Just as you have to tap into your creativity to work with mixed groups, you can work with more than one objective with your language students.
4 weeks ago
Great advice from Susan Berkowitz that applies to all aspects of our field! Read about it here: kidzlearnlanguage.blogspot.com/2018/01/aac-and-autism-whats-evidence.html?showComment=15166605347... ... See MoreSee Less
AAC and Autism: What's the Evidence?
I have been using voice output devices (VOCA) - otherwise known as speech generating devices (SDG) - for as long as they’ve been around. A...
These posts always make me laugh! ... See MoreSee Less
11 Realities of Teaching They Don't Tell You About in College
Yes, we learned everything there is to know about lesson planning, childhood development, pedagogical content knowledge, and all that good stuff. But...
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