Speech and Language Practice with a Halloween Theme

I am always telling my clients’ parents that practice for speech and language skills doesn’t have to be a chore. It doesn’t even have to take long or be complicated. Speech practice can, and should, be completed in the course of your daily routine and regular activities. Since we’re...

Halloween Themed Books for Speech Therapy

Halloween is so much fun! And so is reading! What better way to introduce new vocabulary and concepts than with Halloween themed books? The books in this post are huge hits with my elementary aged students (preschool through around 3rd grade, ideally), but my older students have always enjoyed practicing...

Hide and Seek: Hallway

Come out, come out, wherever you are!! It’s a hide and seek blog hop! Enjoy this guest post by Kim from Activity Tailor. Then see who else is hiding by following the links. Back and forth. Back and forth. Sometimes it seems like I spend more time in the...

Bean Bag Language

As many of you already know, I recently relocated to the states with my husband who is in the US Air Force. While we were serving in the UK, I had the privilege of meeting and working with some amazing professionals in the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA)....

Going on Vacation

As children of teachers, my brother, sister and I always had the summers available for travel and family time. We didn’t always go too far from home, but we did always schedule the trip around something educational. Camping in state and national parks was always a hit. My brother was obsessed...