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Language Photo Cards

Language Photo Cards December Speech and Language at Home

Speech Carryover Calendars

Speech Carryover Calendars December Speech and Language at Home

Top SLP Resources

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Early Language Calendars

Early Language Calendars December Speech and Language at Home

I'll be honest. I'm not a huge fan of newsletters.

I get sooo many emails, the last thing I want to do is sign up for more.

You know what I do LOVE?

Getting emails from my friends.

You know what else I love?

Giving my friends presents.

In fact, I love to spoil my friends.

I want to make things for them that brings a smile to their face.

So that’s what I decided to do

Make stuff to give away

If I had more time I’d knit you a hat, but for now I can send you helpful therapy materials

Like these…

1st of the month

Language Photo Cards

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7th of the month

Carryover Calendars

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14th of the month

Top SLP’s (links to freebies)

SLP Top Spot Speech and Language at Home

21st of the month

Early Language Calendars

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Lia Kurtin Speech language pathologist owner of speech and language at home
 

What do I get exactly?

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1st - Language Photo Cards

A printable page (or 2) of versatile photo cards. I use these cards to teach vocabulary, functions, categories, associations, attributes and more. Word cards are also included to develop literacy skills (match to picture, alphabetize, phonemic awareness). A great set of materials to have on you for doing therapy on the go.

 
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7th - Speech Carryover Calendars

Monthly homework to target frequently used words. Each month you’ll get a new scene and word bank from a familiar setting. Use these as a starting place to generate individual word lists. Save time with quick checkbox directions to select level of practice (words, phrases/sentences or conversation). Hurray no brainer homework. Mark that off your to do list.

 
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SLP Top Spot

When I see a great idea (or resource) for speech therapy I love to spread the word. Starting in 2019 I’ll highlight my top picks.

 
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Early Language Calendars

I’ve been sending out these early language calendars for over a year. And I must say they’ve been a big hit. There are 3 leveled calendars of ideas for developing a child’s speech and language. Doesn’t get much better than that, oh wait. They are also in Spanish. Get out!

Level 1 - Early Communicators (learning to communicate)

Level 2 - First Words (single words)

Level 3 - Expanding language (phrases and sentences)


Don’t just take my word for it.

Here’s what other SLP’s had to say about my resources.

Where can I find more? What a fantastic idea!!!!
This is great! Something like this has been on my to do list for longer than I care to mention!!
I appreciate greatly all the work that you put into these resources

Free (awesome) resources.  

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