Articulation

PROMPT: Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets

I’m sure many of you SLPs have heard of PROMPT therapy.  You may be familiar with the acronym, but less familiar with what it is exactly.  I have wanted to explore PROMPT therapy more in depth recently and have considered doing the training.  I found a great blog post on the subject written by up-and-coming …

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Summer Vocabulary and Activity Companion!

I wanted to let you know that I just added an articulation and language activity companion to use with the summer vocabulary worksheet on the free worksheets page under “Vocabulary Worksheets: Holiday and Seasonal Activities.” Just click to download this summer freebie! How is your summer going so far? Have you been able to practice …

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5 Super-Cool Speech Tips to Get You Through a Hot Summer!

I am a big believer in practicing speech skills over the summer. This year I made each of my students a Summer-Fun Communication and Literacy Gift Bag! I loved giving them all away. The kids loved them too! Hopefully, they will use the materials I included to help them continue growth in both literacy and …

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Teaching Speech Sounds at the Isolation and Syllable Levels

I just uploaded some free worksheets I made for teaching speech sounds in isolation (the sound by itself) and in syllables (the sound paired with vowels). I talked about these two levels in my posts titled The Process of Articulation Therapy and Correcting a Frontal Lisp, but since I just added some free worksheets to use at …

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How to Correct a Frontal Lisp

A friend of mine recently asked me to listen to her little boy’s speech because she was concerned about him having a frontal lisp. His lisp never bothered her until someone outside of their family commented on “how cute” his little lisp was!

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