Feed the Snowman Articulation Game for high repetitions

By Laura Smith|January 5, 2015|Therapy for apraxia|

I decided since my Spooky SpiderWeb game was so popular, I’d make another one for my kids with a winter snow theme.  I go back to work tomorrow and I’m excited to play this with the kids. You start with printing out the snowman boards. Glue onto a manila envelope or cereal box and cut out the mouth.     Then cut out the game cards and snow balls.  Cutting

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The Gingerbread Man Speech/Language Activity/Companion Pack

By Laura Smith|December 12, 2014|Apraxia, apraxia blog, book companion, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Therapy for apraxia|

The Gingerbread Man is a classic story that all my kid’s love.  It is a repetitive style book, and as you know, I love using repetitive books in therapy!  The first page has some pictures to cut out and use while reading the story as props.  You can even glue them onto popsicle sticks if you’re so inclined!       Next, if you’ve bought any of book companions, you

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Speech with simple magnet clips

By Laura Smith|December 8, 2014|apraxia blog|

      If your child has a speech delay, your SLP will most likely tell you that you need to create opportunities so your child HAS to communicate to you what he/she wants. I found these cheap magnet clips for the fridge at the dollar store!  You can take pictures of items in your fridge, and then clip them to the outside.  Depending on your child’s level, you can

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Winter holiday themed Dauber games for repetitive practice

By Laura Smith|December 4, 2014|Therapy for apraxia|

[purchase_link id=”848″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”blue”]   My kiddos love using BINGO daubers to for any activity.  I personally buy the ones straight from the machine in the BINGO parlors.  They have the best quality and don’t seem to be as messy as ones I get from the teacher or speech stores.  Then we roll the dice and practice saying our target words the number of times on the dice while

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Friday Freebies Thanksgiving subject pronoun/verb agreement

By Laura Smith|November 21, 2014|Uncategorized|

Pronoun subject/verb agreement FREEBIE     I needed an activity to work on subject pronouns and has/have this week with a few kids, so I made these activity sheets to go along with the Thanksgiving theme.   Visit my TpT store now to get it free, and please leave a comment or rating!  Also, don’t forget to follow me so you can get notified first thing of any sales, other

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