Monthly Archives: January 2014

100th day of school

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Wait, what?  The 100th day of school is just around the corner.  That seems unreal!  My room is next to a kindergarten class and each morning I hear them counting the days they have been in school.  My ears perked … Continue reading

Visual support in speech/language therapy

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Visual support is a portion of every one of my therapy sessions.  As SLPs, we use it to teach articulation, language, and communication skills.  For some students, it is a critical component as they rely on picture exchange for their … Continue reading

Winter Olympics – Speech/Language style

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I absolutely love the Olympics!  I get sucked into the stories about the athletes, the competition, and the dramatic flair.  The combination of pure athletic talent, competitive spirit, and constant devotion to training is impressive!  And let’s not forget some … Continue reading