• Below you will find some resources for fun ways to address speech and language skills while out of school. I feel strongly that the best way to address communication skills is during activities of interest and within the natural routines and schedules of children. With that said, it can also be helpful to take time away from routine and address speech and language skills within structured time. If you decide to do this, keep it short and sweet, no more than 20 minutes each day.  

    *If your child is working on "speech" skills (articulation, specific sounds, intelligibility, etc.), please click here: Speech Articulation Calendar.

    *If your child is working on "fluency" (for stuttering), please click here: Fluency Therapy Calendar.

    *If your child is working on "language" skills (receptive, expressive, organizational skills, etc.) please click here: Language Therapy Calendar.

    ---Note that the attachments indicate SUMMER practice. Clearly disregard this and focus on the activities and suggestions.  Choose activities that pertain best to your child and be sure to note the websites and apps included. Have fun!