This board showcases some engaging, proven activities and articles from SLP's for all different ages and abilities. Perfect for parents, caregivers or teachers…
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Speech Blubs: A User’s Guide | Speech Learning App for Kids | Speech Room
We prepared a NEW GUIDE for you! -How Speech Blubs works -Why we included Parents Academy in our latest version -How to choose GOOD screen time for your little one -And more! Check out your FREE trial of this learning app for kids that promotes speech and vocabulary.
Lego Learning Activities for Language Development | Speech Room
LEGOS BRING A WORLD OF ENDLESS FUN, and can also help your child improve their developmental skills like fine motor skills, language, etc. Let's look at how to use Legos for language-building! 1. Letters and Numbers 2. Color Recognition 3. Compare and Contrast 4.Target Sounds
Daily Routines and Language Learning Activities | Speech Room
Waking up, getting dressed, and eating a meal are routines we do everyday. But did you know sneaking in some speech practice within these daily routines can reinforce your child’s communication skills and build language skills? Want to know how? Let’s find out!
Valentine's Day Language Bundle for Speech Therapy
Looking for fun Valentine's Day language activities that your students will enjoy? This Valentine Language bundle contains 5 great packets that support receptive and expressive language skills! The bundle includes Valentine's Day receptive and expressive packets, The Day It Rained Hearts book companion, as well as pronoun and grammar activities. | Speech is Sweet
How to Target 12 Language Skills With One Toolkit
If you are an SLP looking for a fun and streamlined way to target multiple language skills in speech therapy with just one resource, I have you covered! Here's how you can target over 12 language skills with just one toolkit. You'll love these simple and effective speech therapy activities!
What Types of Questions Should You Be Asking Your Kids? | Speech Room
Understanding why the types of questions parents ask their children is important in helping parents understand communication development. Teaching your child to have a conversation is a great speech and language skill to practice from a young age.
Daily Routines and Language Learning Activities | Speech Room
One of the most important things to remember is this: when it comes to improving your child’s language, every minute counts. And spending time practicing during your daily routines for kids is one of the many ways you can reinforce their overall communication skills and build up their language skills.
No Prep, No Print Speech Therapy Winter-Themed Companion Activity - Yeti with Spaghetti BOOM CARDS
This is an engaging activity for SLPs to use with their speech language students. This no print, no prep, activity for articulation and language includes winter-themed game boards that are a must have addition to your speech therapy materials! Use this for in person sessions or during teletherapy to engage your students and support their learning. #articulationgames #speechtherapy
18 Speech Therapist's Techniques You Can Use at Home | Speech Room
Whether your child is in speech therapy or not, you may want to practice some speech and language at home. In this reading, you will get to see some of the common techniques used by speech therapists and hopefully, you can use some of them when practicing with your little tots.
Learning through Play at Home | Speech Room
Having FUN is KEY to learning and practicing developmental skills as home. Whether you draw them or build them out of craft bits and recycled packaging, creating new and exciting creatures is a fun way to explore new and unusual vocabulary. It’s a great way to get messy and creative while unlocking communication.
Montessori Maze Magnetic Puzzle Game | Speech Room
Playing with these cute puzzles will get your toddler’s fingers and eyes working together! It helps with color and shape recognition, hand-eye coordination, increased observation, increase logic abilities, strategic thinking, and concentration. This makes a great developmental Christmas present or birthday gift.
When your kid stutters...
Help them control the fear that is associated with social speaking. Practice breathing exercises. Join a support group. Develop a sense of humor about stuttering. This and much more is what you can find in our blog post. Check the link in the description. #Speechdelay #Smartphone #kids #Slp
10 Top Tips for At-Home Speech Practice | Speech Room
Pin this post or save for later! This is a must-read for parents of little ones who at any time have been or may be worried about their toddler's speech development. These are our top 10 tips for parents to use for speech practice at home, in the grocery store, in the car...anywhere!
10+ Ways To Feel Better About Your Child's Speech | Speech Room
Mom guilt can be felt for so many reasons and speech milestones is definitely one of them. While having a late talker prompted this blog post, these twelve ways to deal with the feelings of guilt moms often have can be used in so many more situations. This is a must-read for new moms, seasoned moms or moms to be!
Questions for Kids that Helps with Speech Development | Speech Room
Parental engagement starts with talking with your child. Asking questions is an integral way to model curiosity, initiating communication, as well as question forms. Open-ended questions are a great speech development activity for all ages.
Magnetic Double Sided Drawing Board | Speech Room
Drawing is an essential activity for kids since it helps them learn about shapes, patterns, colors, and more. For this purpose, you can opt for the magnetic double-sided drawing board. This drawing board is all your kid needs to use the imagination and learn focus, hand-eye coordination, and fine motor skills. Perfect for Christmas presents and birthday gifts!
Have Fun Developing Language Skills | Speech Room
As a therapist, I am constantly saying that “therapy is a daily, parent-led, home-placed task”…Just like if we were learning a new language, learning how to communicate takes lots of practice and lots of repetition. This can be hard and boring especially for little people who love to play! Read on for 5 great toddler activities to help build language skills right at home.