197: Using Receipts in Speech

Using Receipts in Speech

 

Want a fresh and fun activity that you can use in hundreds of ways in speech?! 

I have you covered in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk! I’m sharing one of my favorite free websites that you can use to make custom receipts for your speech therapy sessions. 

I just love using receipts because there are no limits to what you can do. The possibilities really are endless. When using activities like this,  your students will never be bored because there’s always something fresh and fun to do. 

You can work on so many goals and use these receipts in so many different ways and I am so excited to share some ideas with you today! 

 

In This Episode You’ll Discover:

  • The types of goals you can work on with receipts
  • Ways to use receipts to make speech fun 
  • Where to make your own custom receipts

 

If you’re looking for fresh ways to keep your students entertained and engaged while working towards their goals, you can’t go wrong with custom receipts. You can get started creating your own at http://www.customreceipt.com

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Using Receipts in Speech

 

Joke of the Week:

Q: What kind of key opens a banana? 

A: A mon-key

 

Resources Mentioned: 

Check out the Custom Receipt Maker website

 

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