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Clinical Reference

Phonological Awareness Developmental Milestones

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PediatricSLPArticulationLanguage DevelopmentPhonological Awareness
This speech therapy printable handout is an easy and simple guide to phonological awareness developmental milestones. Moats, L, & Tolman, C (2009). Excerpted from Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS): The Speech Sounds of English: Phonetics, Phonology, and Phoneme Awareness (Module 2). Boston: Sopris West.Admin, K. S. W. (2016). Phonological (sound) awareness […]
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Therapy Material

Back to School Vocabulary Activity – Category, Function, Feature, Class

Print Resource — US Letter — 5 pages
PediatricSLPLanguage Development
This speech therapy printable features a vocabulary activity, including flashcards with common back to school words and items to practice categorizing words by class, feature, and function.
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Handout

Feeding Guideline for Cleft Palate – Pre and Post Repair

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PediatricSLPAnatomy/PhysiologyFeeding and Swallowing
This speech therapy printable handout provides an overview of general feeding recommendations for cleft palates both pre- and post- surgical repair.
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Therapy Material

The Snail and the Whale

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PediatricSLPLiteracy
From the creators behind The Gruffalo is a delightful tale of adventure and friendship with Julia Donaldson’s trademark rhyming text and Axel Scheffler’s brilliant, characterful illustrations. When a tiny snail meets a humpback whale, the two travel together to far-off lands. It’s a dream come true for the snail, who has never left home before. […]
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Clinical Reference

Guide to Fluency Disorders Through Childhood

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PediatricSLPArticulationFluency
This reference is a quick guide to how fluency disorders present in childhood and a basic overview of age-appropriate treatment options. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (n.d.). Stuttering. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Retrieved June 6, 2022, from https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/stuttering/
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Clinical Reference

Therapy Session Ideas to Support Development of Perspective-Taking

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PediatricSLPAutismLanguage DevelopmentPragmatics
This resource provides ideas for simple ways to target perspective-taking in therapy sessions across ages.
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Therapy Material

Verbal Sequencing Cards and Interactive Activity Sheet

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PediatricSLPCognitionLanguage Development
This is a fun, and interactive resource that can be used to simultaneously work on building your child’s verbal sequencing, and conversational level skills.
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Therapy Material

Skunks in Trunks

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PediatricSLPLiteracy
A gang of excitable skunks is off to the water park for a fun afternoon. Their aquatic antics soon land them in trouble – but perhaps they can put their swimming skills to good use! This engaging, eye-catching series makes learning phonics fun.
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Therapy Material

Using Simple Recipes to Target Multiple Language Goals with Example

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PediatricSLPArticulationLanguage Development
Incorporating food/recipes into therapy can be messy and daunting. This resource explains how to target a variety of language goals with one activity.
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Clinical Reference

Flowsheet to Assist in Differential Diagnosis of Apraxia in Early Language Learners

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PediatricSLPArticulationCAS
This simple flowsheet is helpful for therapists to determine if apraxia is present, which is difficult to diagnose. Murray, E., Iuzzini-Seigel, J., Maas, E., Terband, H., & Ballard, K. J. (2021). Differential diagnosis of childhood apraxia of speech compared to other speech sound disorders: A systematic review. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 30(1), 279–300. https://doi.org/10.1044/2020_ajslp-20-00063American […]
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Shark in the Park

Print Resource — US Letter — 4 pages
PediatricSLPLiteracy
Oh no, there’s a shark in the park! Or is there? This entertaining story for beginner readers has simple rhyming text and colorful illustrations by Stephen Cartwright – and you can also listen to the story online. A delight to share with young children, or for beginner readers to read themselves, with parent’s notes on […]
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Strategies

Feeding Aversion: Meeting Caloric Needs

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PediatricSLPFeeding and SwallowingPicky Eating
This resource is for parents, guardians, and clinicians who are seeking tips to help children meet their caloric needs when adequacy of nutritional intake is challenged by feeding aversion.
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Clinical Reference

Building Blocks: Using Block Manipulatives To Target Goals

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PediatricSLPArticulationLanguage DevelopmentPragmatics
This resource outlines ways to use stacking blocks/Lego items to tackle multiple therapy session goals.
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Therapy Material

Packing for Vacation: A Receptive/Expressive Language Activity

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PediatricSLPLanguage Development
This therapy activity targets expressive and receptive language skills in the context of packing for a vacation.
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Clinical Reference

Tips for Teaching Locative Prepositions to Toddlers

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PediatricSLPLanguage Development
This resource is for families, clinicians, and educators who are seeking ideas to help teach their toddlers locative prepositions.
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Therapy Material

Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain

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PediatricSLPLiteracy
A cumulative rhyme relating how Ki-pat brought rain to the drought-stricken Kapiti Plain (Kenya). Verna Aardema has brought the original story closer to the English nursery rhyme by putting in a cumulative refrain and giving the tale the rhythm of “The House That Jack Built.”
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