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5 Ways You Can Use Food to Elicit The R Sound in Speech Therapy • Speechy Things

Food can be a fun, motivating (and delicious) way to elicit the R sound in speech therapy. Who doesn’t love snacks, right? Today I’ll share 5 ways I use food to elicit the R sound in my speech therapy room. Some of them may surprise you! Sticky Stuff Think icing, peanut butter, or even nutella… YUM. Apply a small amount to points of contact for the R sound to give some sensory feedback. Even sour spray could work if you’re careful about applying it. For bunched R, you could put the “sticky…

The Best Apps for Speech Therapy

We all know apps are so convenient for in-person speech therapy sessions, but now they're even more helpful for teletherapy, too! Check out this list of my favorite speech and language apps for the iPad and download all the freebies!

432+ Free Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives Bank - Speech Therapy Store

Are you constantly recreating your speech therapy goals, or looking for speech therapy goals for vocabulary, or looking for goals for autism? Look no...

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25 Speech and Language Strategies �— SLP

25 Speech and Language Strategies Free Printable. Download this free guide for parents of late talkers and children with speech delays. This is also a great reference tool for speech therapists in early intervention, preschool and elementary school settings.

Natalie Snyders, SLP: Quick Tip for the Dreaded /r/!

Can I make a confession? One of my least favorite things to work on in therapy is the dreaded /r/ sound! It's so hard to demonstrate to students what exactly you want them to do

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Speech Therapy Activities: 14 Articulation Exercises for Kids

If your child struggles with articulation, fluency, voice regulation, understanding and expressing himself through language, or nonverbal autism, these speech therapy activities are a great place to start!