5 Essentials Steps for A Successful, First Therapy Session

It’s almost that time for your first, back to school, speech therapy session!  As I say every summer, ‘I can’t believe how fast this summer went!’.  I hope that you are all thoroughly enjoying your summer. As many of you know, I am taking…

How To Prepare For Next School Year Over The Summer

Have you ever heard of Speech Spotlight?  Well, Speech Spotlight is a blog that consists of 10 SLP contributors who share their knowledge with you!  It’s a wonderful blog that consists of ideas, activities, SLP must have lists and more!  This past week, I wrote a post about…

Summer Giveaway & Exciting News!

  I’m sure this past month has been crazy for you with the school year coming to an end!  I know you understand how this time of year goes, so thank you for understanding why I haven’t blogged in so long! In addition to the end…

Summer Speech & Language Homework

Sending home homework can be a pain and in the past has taken me DAYS to put together!  One of the worst feelings is taking days upon days to put together summer homework packets and parents throwing them out because they are too difficult, take too much time or they…

Taking Therapy Outside: Let’s Chalk!

Warm weather is finally here!  I am so excited because today it’s 81 degrees outside!  For Michigan, this is wonderful considering it was snowing 10 days ago!  Due to the wonderful weather, I was inspired to create some outside therapy fun and link up with The Frenzied SLPs…

Mother’s Day Craftivity

Here’s a perfect gift for your students to make for their moms, aunts and/or grandmas! Not only will they leave with a great gift, but they can work on sequencing, following directions and articulation while making it.  This project usually takes 2-3 half hour sessions to…

The Brand New ‘Speech Therapy Fun’

I’m so excited to show you my new website!  I have been working hard on designing my blog for the past two weeks and it is FINALLY ready! I hope that you find it more user friendly and full of information!  I plan on adding a lot more…

Easter Therapy Activities & FREE Download!

  Some of you lucky SLPs are already on break and I hope you are enjoying a restful, peaceful and fun week.  For those of us who don’t have break until next week, here are a couple of fun Easter activities (and a freebie of course) to get you…

Common Objects for Uncommon Speech Therapy: Pencil ‘Lead’ Therapy

I am so excited for the first post of my new series, ‘Common Objects for Uncommon Speech Therapy’! To read about this new series, click here.  I hope you and your students enjoy these pencil activities as much as we did!  All you need for each of these…

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…