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Category: Literature

Winter Books for Literacy-based Speech Therapy

I love using books to target speech and language skills!  I also believe strongly that it is one of the best ways to encourage and facilitate a love for literature with kids.  Looking through my bookshelves for Winter books, it was really difficult to choose just three! There are so

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Easter Books for Literacy-Based Speech Therapy

Have you been using literacy-based lessons in speech?  Using books is a wonderful way to target articulation, language, phonology, apraxia, and fluency!  It is easy to utilize books in teletherapy too!  The best part is that if you are using books during teletherapy, you can complete some parent training on

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St. Patrick’s Day Books for Literacy-Based Speech Therapy

Literacy-based lessons work wonders in Speech therapy!  I especially love using with mixed groups and preschool students to target articulation, phonology, language, and fluency. Some of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day books are mentioned below along with what goals you can easily target with the book! There was an Old

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Spring Lesson Plans for Speech Therapy

Spring is on its way!  Check out what I will be using for therapy starting next month. RESOURCES for MIXED GROUPS DURING SPRING: Apraxia Blooms Speech & Language Craft SPEECH and LANGUAGE BLOOMS:  These fun crafts make the cutest take-home for students to practice their speech and language skills. I have

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Valentines Day Books for Literacy-Based Speech Therapy

Using books to provide speech therapy just makes sense since you can target articulation, phonology, language, and fluency. I have a lot of favorite books and I organize them by theme, season/holiday, sounds, language concepts, etc.. Check out why I love these Valentine’s day books! There was an Old Lady

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Halloween Books for Literacy-Based Speech Therapy

Halloween is my favorite holiday!  Story time with books was definitely my first love as a kid!  Using books to provide speech therapy just makes sense to me. I have a lot of favorite books and I organize them by theme, season/holiday, sounds, language concepts, etc.. Check out why I

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New Halloween Books for Speech Therapy

You might have expected me to bring up some old faithful Halloween books. You know the ones (one had a little old lady that has an issue with eating things she shouldn’t, another is an old lady that isn’t afraid of anything, and the third has a kind witch that likes to

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