Speech and Language Activities for Mixed Groups

In a perfect world, our speech schedules would consist of groups of kids all working on the exact same goals…I wish! In reality, it is very likely that most of your caseload consists of mixed groups of students.  As SLPs, we are expected to make mixed groups work and be able to address multiple goals …

Common Objects For Uncommon Speech Therapy

Why did I want to become a speech pathologist in the first place?  The answer for me was that I wanted to be able to use my creativity to help my students communicate. Well, working in a low income district for the past few years has been a wonderful experience, but it has really challenged …

It’s Time To Become The Student!

I am always trying to think of new and creative ways to keep my students engaged during articulation therapy.  I just wrote a new blog post called ‘Tables Turn: When Students Become The SLP’ on the Speech Spotlight Blog.  Personally, I had a lot of fun with this idea and I hope you will too! …

Speech Therapy Plans Made Easy!

Do you ever find yourself trying to constantly come up with new ideas for your speech therapy plans? I know that I used to struggle when it came to planning therapy and keeping my students engaged. So, I came up with an easy way to plan while still being able to keep my students engaged. …

Speech Therapy Materials…Where To Get The Best Deals!

Have you ever said to yourself, ‘Yes, I want to pay $40 for a board game!’ or ‘Wow, this one pack of articulation cards is only $100!’…probably not.  If you are like me, you probably think, ‘How can any SLP afford this stuff?’ Well, after asking myself that same question over and over, I decided to find some …

‘I’M AN SLP’ Poem

A poem about a day in the life of an SLP. Feel free to download the printable version HERE! I’m An SLP Walking through the halls with the familiar sounds, I get to my office and see kids all around. Another day at my job with 60 kids to see, 3 evaluations and 2 IEPs. …