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17 FUN Ways to Use Articulation Flashcards to Get Multiple Repetitions

Eliciting multiple repetitions of target speech sound(s) is important in developing articulation skills. According to a systematic review of 5 research articles, the available evidence suggests that “…high-frequency (Allen, 2013)...

Draw and Say Articulation Worksheets

 I was inspired to make these because I wanted something fun and functional for my clients. All you need to do is print and grab some crayons OR share your screen and use the annotation tools - you and your students are set to draw and...

Fun Articulation Puzzles for Speech Therapy

Looking for an engaging, hands-on, simple product that your students, clients, or children can use to practice their targeted speech sounds? Allow me to introduce you to my ARTICULATION SOUND PUZZLE CARDS FOR FUN SPEECH THERAPY PRACTICE. Your...

Articulation Flashcards with Visual Placement Cues

These aren’t your typical articulation flashcards! Must have articulation flashcards for SLPs and Parents! These flashcards are exceptional because a colorful placement visual is included to help your child or student say his or her target...

“S” Articulation Cards with Visuals and “S” Sound Puzzle Cards

My school-aged clients will be arriving soon so I’m getting ready for my afternoon sessions. Can you guess what sound we’re working on? The “S” sound or aka the Snake Sound. I designed these unique cards a few years ago and they...

Yeti in My Spaghetti: A Fun Speech Therapy Game

As a speech language pathologist (SLP) who "plays" throughout the day,  I’ve amassed a cornucopia of toys and games to foster the development of various speech, language, and social communication skills. One game I recently discovered...

Lightening Round Interview 4: Oral Motor Development and Pacifiers

Lightening Round Interview 4: Oral Motor Development and Pacifiers Welcome to another installment of Lightening Round Interviews. For these interviews, I “speak” with experts in various professions related to speech therapy, literacy, and...

Is Your Child Intelligible?

Is it challenging to understand what your child is saying? Highly unintelligible speech can significantly impact functional communication, social participation and educational achievement. Definition of Intelligibility Intelligibility can be...

What is a Phonological Process?

Does your child consistently say “pish” or “tish” for “fish” or “TB” for “TV”? Photo Source: Photo Credit: hoyasmeg If such substitution patterns frequently occur then he's mostly likely  demonstrating what's called a...