Speech Therapy for Preschoolers: How to Target the Possessive ‘s

Speech Therapy for Preschoolers: How to Target the Possessive ‘s Photo Credit: weeghostie Recently, I’ve worked with several preschoolers who were omitting the possessive – ‘s. Instead of “daddy’s shoe” it would be daddy shoe or “Mary thumb” not Mary’s thumb. Children usually begin to mark possession by using the name of the possessor before […]

A Speech Therapy Guide for Parents and SLPs!

A Speech Therapy Guide for Parents and SLPs! A few months ago, fellow speech language pathologist (SLP), Carrie Clark and creator of Speech and Language Kids, gave me a copy of her awesome e-book: Speech and Language Therapy Guide Step-by-Step Speech Therapy Activities to Teach Speech and Language Skills At Home or In Therapy This […]

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