Speech Therapy Share on Saturdays!

Welcome to Speech Therapy Share on Saturdays! Spring is well and truly here and there is great excitement in the SLP blog world this week. We have all been very busy over our Spring Breaks and we have planned lots of treats and surprises for you over the next while. I can’t let the cat out of the bag just yet so make sure that you are already following along on Facebook here to get the latest news first.

Meanwhile, here are 3 fantastic posts that were shared here on the site this week. Thank you to all who took the time to link up. You can see all the posts from last week here. To link up one of your own, go to the linky at the bottom of the page.



This gorgeous craftivity from Carrie at Carrie’s Speech Corner jumped right off the page at me. It is so cute and such a great idea for homework or as a follow through activity.



Miss Speechie over at Speech Time Fun shares ideas for comprehension activities with older students. She shares some great resources and strategies so head on over to read the full post.



If you love DIY therapy materials or are on a budget then head over to Carissa’s blog at Home Sweet Speech Room. As a grad student she has been challenged by her supervisor to use trash and other low cost materials to create Speech Therapy games and materials. She has some great ideas!






Don't forget, you can still read all the great posts from last week here.

You can also submit your own post below.

You will feature on the linky for others to view your blog and ideas and I will be choosing my three favorites to be the highlighted blogs next week!



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*By linking up, you are granting me permission to repost photographs from your blog if you are chosen to be featured.




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