Speech & Language Materials
Inspired by recent research presented at the ASHA convention, this is a new way to look at speech articulation and motor learning. Speech therapy materials designed to focus on a variety of vowel and phoneme combinations as well as to facilitate the carryover and generalization of these skills within your speech therapy session or at home. Articulation material design is visually simple to allow the child to focus on motor learning. No prep speech therapy materials are appropriate for preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school age students. Focus on motor learning and new pathways for speech sound acquisition with these nonsense word programs.
L – Made Simple
Effective and specific facilitation of the motor requirements to produce the “L” sound without accessing prior semantic knowledge. This combines the initial “L” sound with a variety of vowels and consonants in a CVC format.
R – Made Simple
Effective and specific facilitation of the motor requirements to produce the “R” sound without accessing prior semantic knowledge. This combines the initial “R” sound with a variety of vowels and consonants in a CVC format.
Can You Name It
A game developed to facilitate awareness and monitoring of articulation targets in a generative naming format.
No-prep, digital, and evidence-based speech therapy materials to target a wide variety of receptive and expressive language goals. Designed to be visually simple to allow you to work on complex targets with a variety of ages and needs. Also included in this section is a series of educational handouts which provide on the spot language interventions for home and school in common deficit areas which is a perfect way to support intervention (MTSS/RTI) and home practice.
Can You Name It
Speech therapy materials designed to promote phonological awareness and monitoring of productions in a higher level linguistic task. This is an excellent task to support generalization of articulation targets and categorization skills. Developed for a wide range of ages with current/familiar topics to support engagement!
Pragmatic speech therapy materials designed to spark social curiosity and engagement to support socially meaningful interactions and friendships. Developed to be used as a springboard to practice foundational social language skills either in 1:1 or small group settings for a variety of ages and skill levels. Social language is such a critical yet complex combination of foundational skills required for social, educational, and vocational success. Social stories and functional core social language skill practice materials are included here. Materials have been intentionally left simple to focus on the communication and interaction.
Bounce Back Questions
A strategy to support social communication for students with low language skills. The bounce back strategy involves responding to social questions and reciprocating a like question to maintain a conversation. This strategy based product provides a large bank of common conversational questions as a functional opportunity to practice social reciprocity.