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If you work with younger-aged students, then planning play-based speech ..read more
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Having toys in your therapy stash that you can use to cover multiple goals ..read more
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Do your students love talking about monsters? I know mine do! And there are ..read more
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It is fun to break away from traditional therapy activities and find ways to ..read more
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If you are new to planning therapy around themes, then you will love all the ..read more
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Playing with toy sets is one of the best ways for kids to interact with ..read more
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Some of my best therapy materials come from affordable things I can find at ..read more
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Treating articulation disorders in the school setting is very common ..read more
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Recently, I polled the SLPs that follow me on Instagram to see how many ..read more
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Raise your hand if you have students working on articulation in your ..read more

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