Speech & Language Tips for Late Talkers

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As many of you know, my family and I are expecting baby number three in just a few short weeks. As I take some time off from work and blogging to spend time with my family both before and after my new son’s birth, I am thrilled to share with you some amazing posts written by some very talented bloggers. So please sit back, relax and enjoy this guest post and leave a comment letting us know what you think! {Read More}

You Are a Social Detective! Explaining Social Thinking® to Kids {A Review}

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I am so thrilled to be part of the Social Thinking Blogging team. As part of the team, I’ll be bringing you reviews of Social Thinking products, curriculums, books and conferences. If you are not familiar with Social Thinking, don’t worry. In each post I’ll give a quick explanation with links for more information. I have been using the Social Thinking Framework in practice with children aged 3 through middle school for about 7 years now. If you work with children {Read More}

Tell Tale Fairy Tales {A Review AND a FREEBIE!}

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Last month I shared with you the game Tell Tale and told you all how much I loved it. So I was super excited to become involved with the games developer Blue Orange Games. A couple weeks ago I shared a fun new game called Chicky Boom with you, also by Blue Orange Games (super fun!) and today, I am going to share with you another version of the Tell Tale game: Tell Tale Fairy Tales. Disclaimer: This product was provided {Read More}

Chickyboom (TM) Game Review

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I am constantly looking for new games to play with my clients (and my own children as well). I recently shared with you a new game I love called Tell Tale which is fantastic for story telling and can be used to work on all types of speech and language goals. So I was pretty excited to recently become involved with the company who developed that awesome game, Blue Orange Games. They were kind enough to send me a couple {Read More}

How to Elicit (Teach) the /r/ Sound {Part Two: Materials and Products for /r/}

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Yesterday I shared with you a TON of tips on how to elicit the /r/ sound. Today, I am sharing with you materials and products you can use to treat the /r/ sound in therapy! From manipulative devices to books to programs to TpT products, there are a lot of fun ways to target this sound! (This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.) Visual Aides As I mentioned yesterday, many of the books/programs that I share below have visual aides to {Read More}

Intergalactic Articulation for Speech Therapy from Crazy Speech World {I Love It}

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I have started buying more and more products from my amazing fellow SLPs at Teachers Pay Teachers (If you don’t know what TpT is…you better head over there as soon as you are done here and check it out!) I recently just purchased and used a pretty awesome game called Intergalactic Articulation for Speech Therapy from Jenn over at Crazy Speech World. And I love it. What is It? It is a Star Wars Themed (see why it rocks already?) articulation {Read More}

Story Telling Game: Tell Tale

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I recently got my hands on a new game and I HAD to write a post about it. I had seen some reviews on this game and thought it would be AWESOME for use in therapy (and also tons of fun for my own family). And I was right! The Game The game is Tell Tale Card Game: Take a Journey Into Storyland by Blue Orange Games. Simply put, it is a small canister filled with 60 round cards with {Read More}

6 Games to Get the Kids Up and Moving Indoors

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When I was working in the schools, I sometimes got pretty bored working at the table with my students. Let’s be honest..how many of us love to be sitting on one place for long periods of time having to use a LOT of brain power? Not me….and not my students. And my own children are the same way. So it is pretty common for me to incorporate games that get us up and moving in our speech sessions. I have {Read More}

The Gruffalo: Product Reviews and a Giveaway!

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Disclaimer: The items reviewed in this post were supplied to me by the great people at The Gruffalo for me to review and keep at no cost. The opinions and thoughts are mine alone. This post contains affiliate links.  Last week I shared some fun activities we did to go along with The Gruffalo. Today I’m going to share some additional actrivities we did to go along with the Gruffalo thanks to the wonderful people at The Gruffalo! They teamed up with several {Read More}

Best of 2012 at PWW365!

10 Therapy materials I Cannot Live Without

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Can you believe it is 2013?? I cannot believe it!!! 2012 was a great year for my family, and for this blog. I FINALLY am feeling like I am starting to “find my voice” so to speak and I have “met” and gotten to know so many amazing people as well as fellow bloggers. I want to take a moment to THANK YOU all for your support this last year. This little blog would be NOTHING without {Read More}

Fall and Halloween Speech and Language Roundup

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Last year I did several Fall and Halloween posts incorporating crafts, activities, and therapy ideas that can be adapted for use in therapy sessions or by parents at home to help expand speech and language skills. I thought it would be nice to have all these posts in one place! Just click on the picture below to take you to the post. Most of the posts have been revamped and updated so be sure to take a look even if {Read More}

Hidden Picture Scenes: Review and Giveaway!

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It has been a while since I’ve had a giveaway, so I thought it was about time! Hidden Picture Scenes from Super Duper Publications: A Review Product Description The Hidden Picture Scenes for Articulation and Language from Super Duper Publications consist of 80 laminated word scenes (40 cards with scenes on both sides) to target /s,r,l/ and /s,r,l/ blends. Included in the box are 4 wet erase markers and a CD ROM of ALL 80 cards in a printable format! {Read More}