Tag Archives: Articulation

SLP Corner: Fast Paced Articulation Therapy Through an RTI Model

By: Tamara Truax and JoAnn Tuttle For decades the traditional once-weekly 30 minute group therapy model has been the most common way of treating sound errors in a school-based setting. However, if you ask therapists working on articulation what they … Continue reading


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Articulation Freebie: No Prep, Roll-A-Bingo R

[Source:  GoldCountrySLP via Speechie Freebies] Hi, I’m Tracy from GoldCountrySLP. Do you need something quick and easy to use during the last few weeks of school? Click below and head over to my blog for a FREEBIE – featuring our … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Articulation Christmas Tree

Editor’s Note:  This week’s pin of the week is from a currently inactive blog.   Speech Lady Liz is not currently working in pediatrics.  Regardless, this blog still has some fantastic ideas for school-based speech and language clinicians. [Source: Speech Lady … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Using Silly Sentences in Articulation and Language Therapy

Holly Flynn, M.S., CCC-SLP You might remember the phrase, “Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore.” To some it’s a silly tongue twister, but to a speech therapist it’s a classic example of using silly sentences to stimulate language … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Helping Your Child Produce the /g/ Sound at Home

[Source:  North Shore Pediatric Therapy] It is common for young children to make certain sound substitutions as their speech and language skills are developing. One example is substituting /t/ for /k/ (e.g. saying “tar” instead of “car”); another is substituting /d/ … Continue reading


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