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Receptive Language Workbooks:
What Does Alianne See? (ages 4-6 yrs or significantly decreased receptive and expressive language skills). CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE
Targets identifying and expressing adjectives, increasing sentence length, and identifying and expressing nouns. Must be printed and laminated
Where is Jakaya? (ages 4-6 yrs or significantly decreased receptive and expressive language skills) CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE
Targets identifying basic concept (in/out, up/down), expanding sentence length, and identifying and expressing nouns.
Where is Jakaya….Too? is a hands-on activity that requires the child to identify and express spatial concepts. See the directions below.
Directions: Cut out the pictures and laminate pictures on pages 2-3. Put the pictures in a pile. Select the spatial concept that you want to target. On the page selected, first talk about the picture of Jakaya by saying for example: Jakaya is in the house. Point to the pile and say “can you find the picture of the lady in the car?” Give the child a chance to find the picture. Once they do have them repeat the sentence and then put the picture card on top of the square that contains the sentence. Continue this way with the remaining pages.
Please check out the YouTube video used to demonstrate how to use the product called: Speech Therapy Techniques: identifying and Using Spatial Concepts.
Identifying categories of functional nouns (banks, shopping stores). Encourages functional receptive and expressive language skills. Student must be able to read independently or understand words read out loud.
Identifying antonymn, synonymn, homophone, and part of speech (noun, verb, or adjective) of target words (using a diagarm). A color code system is used
highlight the each different forms vocabulary. This worbook needs to printed, laminated, and place in binder for continual use. Colored pencils or crayons are needed to complete this activity.
Targets multiple meaning words, categories, synonyms, and homophones. Vocabulary words with definitions are provided and students correctly fill-in the sentence. This is an interactive worksheet that requires the use of dice and colored pencils or crayons. Students create colorful polka dot, checkered, diamond, heart, stripes, and triangle patterns as they correctly fill-in each sentence. Patterns will vary among each student according to the number they roll on the dice.
Tell Me Again: (ages 3 and up): Targets: Language skill-Auditory Memory, which is the ability to recall information. Secondary Language Targets: identifying nouns and verbs, understanding and following directions, naming objects and actions, using simple sentences, answering “wh” questions or “yes/no” questions. CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE
This activity works by giving a category of words such as object, animals, actions, and places. You take those cards and place them in a pile. Select three random cards and place them on the Cue Board. Present the three cards according to the cues given on the cue board. Review this with the child at least three times. Take those cards and place them back in the pile and then have the student retrieve those same cards placing them in the same order using their auditory memory. Provide correction as necessary. Please check out my YouTube video: Speech Therapy Techniques for Developing Auditory Memory in Young Children. To create this activity you will need: cardstock paper, laminating paper, and Velcro buttons.
Targets: matching, identifying, expressing, associations and answering wh questions. Instructions:
1. Make an extra copy of the pages 2-4. These pictures will be used to target each skill (identifying nouns, associations, and what do I do with/what did I do?).
2. Laminate all pages and cut them out. Attach Velcro to each picture.
3. For naming and identifying nouns, use the pictures from pages 2-4 to match and identify the nouns.
A. First just get them to match (don’t require for them to say the names of the pictures).
B. Then get them to identify.
C. Then work on naming.
4. For associations, use pictures from 2-4, to see which pictures are related and go with each other.
5. For what do I do with/what do I do?, use pictures from 2-4 to get the child to use short sentences to tell what the object is used for or what it does.
6. Watch Youtube video to see demonstration on how it is used.
Expressive Language Workbooks/Games:
Targets nouns, verbs, adjectives, categories, definitions, sentence structure, and syntatic skills. Must be printed. Cut game cards and then laminate for extended use.
Targets "wh" questions for upper elementary and middle school students with expressive language difficulty such as answering questions,
sentence structure, and inferencing. Must be printed. Laminate for extended use.
Targets idioms and determining their meaning. Using color coding system the idioms are matched to their meaning, which should be shaded in the same color. Must be printed and placed in a three ring binder for continual use. Colored pencils, highlighters, or crayons are needed to complete this activity.
Create complex and compound sentences using the conjunction given and the picture cues. Make sure to use capital letters at the beginning of your sentence along with the correct punctuation within and at the end of your sentence.
Create complex and compound sentence when given the conjunction and a situation. Make sure the sentence makes sense and that correct grammar (capital letter, punctuation) is used. Just print and this activity is ready to use.
Targets categorizing vocabulary words, and distinguishing similarities and differences among the vocabulary words. Must be printed and laminated. Each barrel and word strip needs to be cut and stored in a manila envelope.
targets consonant sounds /p, b, m, n, k, g, t, d, f, v, l, r, s, and z/ in isolation through auditory and tactile stimulation. This targest articulatory placement sounds while providing auditory bombardment. Letter coloring sheets are provided for child to use during auditory bombardment. Provides auditory bombardment of each sound in initial, medial, and final word positions. Needs to be laminated.
targets all consonant sounds by pairing them with vowels. Syllables can be practiced in initial, medial and final position. Consonant cards need to be cut and laminated with velcro attached. Vowel sheets need to be laminated and have velcro attached.
targets the articulators we use to produce consonant sounds. Helps with articulatory placement. Must be cut, laminated, and have velcro attached.
targets oral motor exercises students can use with manipulatives to strengthen weak articulators and to help with sound production. Pictures need to be cut, laminated, and have velcro attached.
targets /p, b, m, n, k, and g/ in auditory bombardment, isolation, initial word position, and short sentences and phrases of
initial word position. Can also be used to identify and express nouns and to target answering "wh" questions. Pictures need to be cut laminated, cut and have velcro attached.
targets /l, r, s, z, sh, ch. and th/ in initial, medial, and final word position. Must be printed. Cut the tic tac toe game pieces, and laminate for extended use.
-targets /l, r, s, z, sh, ch, and th/ initial, medial, and final word position and the phrase and sentence level.
Can be used to play "Go Fish", "Memory", and other games. Must be printed, cut, and laminated for extended use
Target sounds: /p, b, t, d, k, g, f, v, l, and r/. Game similar to BINGO. Must spell out stars across or diagonally and shout “I am a star” to win the game. Player must then say each word containing the target sound. There are also extra practice tips such as defining the words containing the target sound or using the word in a sentence that all players can benefit from. There are three game cards for each target sound in initial, medial, and final position. The calling cards are made like flash cards, so four players can participate. One player can use the calling cards as a way to practice their target sound, while the other three players use the game cards to play STARS. The flashcards can also be used just for practice without the game.
Broken and Blended Articulation-Phonology Cards were designed to target students with articulation and phonology problems. Sometimes articulation problems can lead to reading problems, which are phonological in nature. Also, students with reading problems are often mislead with words because they are not always spelled the way that they sound. Print cards on 4 X 6 photo paper.
Provids tactile stimulation to help student segment sounds and then eventually blend them together to produce them correctly. (See Video on Speech Tutoria Video Page)
Articulation Activity Book of Early Sounds: (ages 2 and up): Targets: Early Articulation Skills for /b, p, m, and n/. CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE
This activity targets each sound in isolation, syllables, initial word position, and short sentences. It also targets auditory discrimination (being able to tell the difference between the target sounds versus another sound). This activity book is designed to interactive and fun and can grow with your toddler up until kindergarten. Please checkout my YouTube video called Speech Therapy Techniques of Early Sounds for Toddlers and Preschoolers.
Spin and Say Artic: (ages 7 and up): Targets Sounds: /f/ and /v/ in the word, phrase, and sentence position. CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE
This articulation activity contains a spinner game board. The spinner is in the center of the board and is divided up into four sections (word, phrase, sentence, and your choice). Each section is numbered 1-4 for points. At the bottom of the spinner is the placement for the articulation game cards in word, phrase, and sentence levels. The student spins and whatever they land on they must select the appropriate card that applies and then say the target sound at the specified level. If the sound is produced correctly, then the student gets to circle that number of points on their Spin and Say Tally Sheet. Who ever gets the most points wins. Please check out the YouTube video: Speech Therapy Techniques for F and V Sounds to see how to use this game board correctly. To create this activity you will need: card stock paper, brass fastener for the spinner, laminating paper, and Velcro buttons.
Syllable train is an activity designed for children ages 2-7 years of age with difficulty producing multisyllabic words.
This activity allows for tactile and auditory stimulation needed for accurately producing each syllable while also learning how to recognize and count syllables appropriately. This activity contains word and picture cards; so it can be used for readers and non-readers. These cards target sounds that are age appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers and for early elementary students with reading and articulation problems by targeting the following sounds in initial and medial word positions (b, p, m, n, t, and d/. This activity needs to be printed and laminated. Velcro buttons are also needed.
Combined Articulation and Language Workbooks
targets /th, ch, r, l, s, and z/ in initial, medial, and final word positions, at the phrase level, and sentence level while targeting multi-step directions, parts fo speech, grammar, and much more. Must be printed and placed in three ring binder for continual use.
targets /th, sh, r, l, s, z, f, v, k, g/ in mixed word positions while targeting antonyms, multiple meaning words, defining words and using them in sentences, paragraph completion, and grammar skills. Must be printed and placed in a three ring binder for continual use.
Data Collection Sheets
Blocks Collection Sheet: To be used during play therapy with early intervention clients. This is a data collection sheet with predetermined expressive and receptive language targets. Please watch the Youtube video called: Speech Therapy Techniques of Early Sounds for Toddlers and Preschoolers on how to use these data collection sheets appropriately. CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE Animal Ball Push/Pull Toy Data Collection Sheet: To be used during play therapy with early intervention clients. This is a data collection sheet with predetermined expressive and receptive language targets. Please watch the Youtube video called: Speech Therapy Techniques of Early Sounds for Toddlers and Preschoolers on how to use these data collection sheets appropriately. CLICK HERE FOR SAMPLE