Tag Archives: SLP

Pediatric Therapy Corner: Walking the Line Between SLP and Friend/Family

Editor’s Note:   While this article was written by an SLP for SLPs, we think it is highly relevant for all pediatric therapy clinicians.   by Danielle Reed M.S., CCC-SLP At some point in your career as an SLP, you … Continue reading


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Pinterest Ideas for Better Hearing and Speech Month

[Source: PediaStaff on Pinterest] May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!  How are you recognizing and celebrating it in the classroom??   I was going to post one idea per newsletter, but then I realized, “Why not just post the entire … Continue reading


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Using Shakespeare To Help Children With Autism

[Source: New York CBS Local] An unusual acting class is using Shakespeare to help children with autism. British actress Kelly Hunter developed the Hunter Heartbeat Method, drawing on the rhythm and repetition of lines from Shakespearean plays. In a new … Continue reading


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Teaching Phonics Using Pool Noodles

[Source:  We Are Teachers] Pool noodles are available everywhere during the summer, and they’re inexpensive, too. So it’s a great time to stock up for fun, hands-on classroom activities, like Pool Noodle Phonics. What You Need: To make this hands-on … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Articulation Therapy Carryover Activities

 by Sherry Artemenko, CCC-SLP I have a number of boys, ages 5-8,  currently on my caseload, who are working on improving their articulation. They have made great gains in learning to correctly produce their target sounds in words, sentences and … Continue reading


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