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Puppets

Every spring, my speech-language therapy students looked forward to the Puppet Project. Puppets are a great way to generate conversational skills, expressive and receptive language skills, fluency, and good articulation. We made puppets from paper bags. The illustration below shows how the hand manipulates the “mouth” for “talking.” 1. Using paper lunch bags, we made… Continue reading Puppets

Great books for Children and their Applications for receptive/expressive language learning

Anything by Paul Galdone is marvelous because kids love the simple illustrations and classic folktales have inherent appeal and story structure. “Gingerbread Man is a favorite because it is essentially a tale of a chasing game, one of the first games children enjoy. (Just say “I’m gonna get you!” to any young child and reap… Continue reading Great books for Children and their Applications for receptive/expressive language learning


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