Articulation Activity: /th/

Articulation Activity: /th/

Find, Say, Color Articulation page: /th/ Happy spring! Celebrate the warm and beautiful spring weather with our free Find, Say, Color Articulation Page here. This is a fun way to supplement a student’s hard work in speech therapy at home. Many children experience difficulty producing the /th/ sound correctly. There are two distinct productions of this […]

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Teaching Rhyming Words

Teaching Rhyming Words

Teaching Rhyming Words: whole class strategies Have you ever seen a cat wearing a hat? Have you ever seen a bear on a chair? Have you ever seen a sheep in a Jeep? Understanding rhyming words is an important early literacy skill, and also one of the most fun! According to ResourcesforEarlyLearning.org, “recognizing rhyming words […]

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Sight Words + Music

Sight Words + Music

Sight Words Song Scavenger Hunt Go! Me! Help! We! See! What do all of these words have in common? They can all be found on the Pre-Primer Dolch Sight Words list, which is commonly taught as part of beginner reading curriculums. Sight words are common words that pop up frequently when reading. Recognizing these words […]

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Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia Awareness Month October is dyslexia awareness month, which is a great time to learn about dyslexia, as well as resources for children that have dyslexia Facts about Dyslexia: As many as 1 in 5 students have a diagnosis of dyslexia, and is the most common learning disability. Dyslexia is a learning disability that includes difficulty in […]

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Singable Books

Singable Books

Let’s Read & Sing! As the school year is back in full swing, we here at Project Play Therapy want to help you find creative and fun ways to support your child’s academic skills! Most children enjoy being read to and enjoy singing songs – but did you know that the two can be combined […]

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Cooking and Communication

Cooking and Communication

Cooking and Communication How Your Kitchen is the Next Best Place for Speech and Language Development! When practicing speech and language skills, it is important to make it practical and engaging for your child. Research shows that young children learn by experience. Play is the most meaningful when it is child-directed and relevant. Most children […]

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