For the next couple of weeks, I’m doing something a little bit different on the show. I just got back from New Orleans for ASHA 2022. It was my very first time having an exhibit booth and I wanted to have some fun with the people there. I wanted to give them the chance to be on the podcast and hear themselves speak!
So in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m letting the attendees take the mic to tell us their favorite book, their favorite game, or their favorite hack to use in speech therapy. You hear from me all the time, so I thought this would be a great way to give you perspectives, tips, and ideas from other SLPs.
Join us as these speech therapists from hospital settings, school settings, private practice settings, and even grad school share some amazing tips, games, books, and ideas for bringing fun into your speech therapy classroom.
These activities and books will help you work on things like vocabulary, sequencing, inference, and so much more.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- Great books that have a lot of repetition
- Activities using The New York Times
- A great speech game for high school students
- Books for sequencing and vocabulary
So there you have it! Next week, tune in to hear even more ideas from other attendees from the ASHA convention. I had so much fun talking to all of these amazing SLPs and I’m so glad to get to bring their advice to you.
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Joke of the Week:
Q: Where do polar bears keep their money?
A: In a snow bank
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