Spring Blooms Articulation Activity

Well according to Punxsutawney Phil, we’re in for an early spring. But regardless of whether you put much stock in a large squirrel predicting the weather (GHD reference here😉), spring will soon technically be here, so let’s celebrate with a (low-prep!) craftivity! The idea is simple: fold strips of paper containing speech sounds in a loop, glue on tree. Done!…

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Therapy Tip Thursday

As you may know, I’m a big fan of visuals in therapy. Today I’m sharing a quick tip for adding in visual support when it’s not built in to the lesson or activity: have your students draw them! Use a dry erase board, or even just a scrap sheet of paper. Yes, it’s really that earth shattering. ;D I especially…

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Using Social-Emotional Visuals in Therapy

One of the first things I look at when troubleshooting a less-than-amazing therapy session is, “Did I use visuals?” Or, if I had some sort of visual cue in place, “How can I use visuals better?” Janie forgot the second part of the two-step direction every single time? Use a first/then chart. I had to repeat the directions 27 times? Have a completed example for students to look at. Johnny got frustrated when doing independent…

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