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Winter Sports Theme in Speech Therapy

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Winter Sports Theme in Speech Therapy

We’re back this week to talk about another versatile winter therapy theme: Winter Sports! In colder parts of the world, the arrival of snow brings opportunities for new adventures and trying new things; which means, it opens up lots of chances to bring this theme to life in therapy.  What sports do you think of when you think of “winter sports?” For me the first that come to mind are skiing, snowboarding, sledding and ice skating, but there are so many other amazing activities to teach our students about and learn about with them!  Here are some ideas to target winter sports...

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Help Kidz Learn: An SLP Review

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Help Kidz Learn: An SLP Review

Question: Have you ever heard of Help Kidz Learn?  This was a website and group of apps I randomly stumbled upon when looking for some cause and effect activities for a new AAC user. After some in depth research, I discovered just how much MORE they could offer to ALL of my speech students. So...What is Help Kidz Learn?? HelpKidzLearn is a collection of software for young children and those with learning difficulties to play online. The software is split into five sections: Early Years, Games and Quizzes, Stories and Songs, Creative Play & Find Out About. Here is a super...

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Articulation Station App: How to Use with Thematic Therapy

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Articulation Station App: How to Use with Thematic Therapy
I want to show you how I've been adapting this app to work for my themed therapy units (if you're new around here, you can check those units out here. They've been a hit in my therapy room!)

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Amazon Favorites for the First-Time SLP

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Amazon Favorites for the First-Time SLP
I have rounded up some awesome Amazon favorites for my fellow Amazon-addicted SLPs.

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I quit my SLP job...

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I quit my SLP job...
Back in grad school, I dreamed of becoming a traveling therapist so that I could fulfill my dream of seeing the country (visiting every state is still on my bucket list!) + helping others along my journey. But then I got a really great SLP job right out of grad school. After four years at my amazing school, I started to feel a little “stuck.”

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