SLP Corner: Using Wind-Up Toys In Speech (Beyond “MORE”)
[Source: Activity Tailor]
Wind-up toys and speech therapy go together like peanut butter and jelly (or chocolate and wine, depending on your leanings). But often therapists who see students older than toddlers/preschoolers tend to pass these mechanical gems by because they assume that they’re best suited for “more” and other basic communication requests.
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