Back at the beginning of summer, Cara Danielson, MA, CCC-SLP contacted me to review her new book for our early communicators. Easy-To-Say First Words focuses on Final Consonants. The book is designed for both SLPs and parents. It features words and images that emphasize words that have one syllable simple final consonant sounds. The book features a repetitive text that is similar ... Read More about Easy-To-Say First Words
I talk A LOT about perspective taking with my students. It's one of the biggie social skills that my students are missing which create difficulty relating to others. Perspective taking happens when you realize that your behaviors and words affect the feelings of those with whom you interact. You modify your language and behavior during each interaction because other people react ... Read More about Perspective Taking
I'm moving buildings again this year. If you are too you might be thinking you need some activities to help you get to know your students in speech therapy. I always like to start the year talking about why they come to speech and doing our learning target 'I can' sheets. I also need to get to know the kids better! This year I'm thinking we'll play a game and complete some new 'Get to Know ... Read More about Get to Know You Packets for Speech Therapy.