SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

What Are Idea Sheets?

Idea sheets are resources I have collected and documented over the years to help with particular challenges and guide in play. Feel free to use and share with others. Many of the drawings were done by my daughter, Sasha Ross Becker, a graphic designer. Please check out her website at www. sasharossbecker.com.

Ideas Sheets

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Articulation Speech
Dramatic Play
General Communication Development
Important Precursors
Listening Skills
Parent Information
More Than One Language
Oral Motor Ideas
Playing With Toys
Reading
Vocabulary
 

Articulation Speech

About Lisping

Speech Apraxia and Some Characteristics

Creating a silly articulation story

Eliciting A Variety of Sounds

Practicing Final Sounds in Words

Ideas to Work on Lisping Sounds (s, sh, z, ch)

Over 20 Ideas to Elicit Target Sounds

Normal Progression for Sound Correction Training

Speaking like Elmer Fudd /l/ and /r/ errors

Eliciting l sound

Eliciting k, g sounds

Eliciting h, w, y sounds

Eliciting s Blends

Eliciting b, d, f, g, k, p, t Blends

Eliciting b, p, m Sounds

Eliciting d and t Sounds

Eliciting f, v Sounds

Eliciting 'th' Sounds

Eliciting sh, ch, j (jump) Sounds

Eliciting s and z sounds

Eliciting n and ng Sounds

Eliciting r Sound

Dramatic Play

And Now For . . . Learning to Use Language in the Dramatic Play Area

Let's have a tea party! Let's have a picnic!

General Communication Development

More than a dozen things to remember while playing with children

General Communication Development

Floortime ™: An Approach to Play

Ideas to develop and encourage communication efforts with a young baby

Language Games to Play in the Car or When the Opportunity Arises

10 Suggestions to Spend More Time Playing and Talking and Less Time Asking Questions

Ideas to Develop Choices to Support Communication Efforts

Early Developmental Speech Sounds and Suggestions for Production

About Baby Talk

Important Precursors

10 Ideas to Foster the Concept of Object Permanence

Pattycake and Peekaboo, Why are they so Important?

Learning to Point!

Listening Skills

Ideas for Supporting Auditory Processing

Classroom Accommodations

Suggestions for Successful Direction Following

10 Suggestions for working with an active child with communication delays

Listening to Music Together

More Than One Language

Notes on a Book Entitled: One Child, Two Languages

A Dozen Key Points to Consider While Working with a Child Learning English Language

Oral Motor Ideas

Encourage Language as you Create Bubbles

Ideas & Games for Oral Motor Development and Awareness:

A Dozen Ways to Make Sounds Together

Parent Information

More than a dozen things to remember while playing with children

Fostering Object Permanence - Is it Still There?

Ideas to Develop & Encourage Communication Efforts with a Young Baby

Language Games to Play in the Car or When the Opportunity Arises

More Time Playing and Talking & Less Time Asking Questions

About Pacifiers & Sippy Cups

Learning to Point!

Pattycake and Peekaboo, Why are they so Important?

Developing Self-Regulation

Getting Initial Words

Playing With Toys

While playing with kitchen containers

Let's Play Ball!

While Playing Together with Vehicles

While Playing with messy stuff

While Playing with Balloons

While Playing Together With Blocks

While Playing Together with Play Dough

While Playing Together With Puppets, Action Figures and/or Dolls

Playing with Puzzles

While Drawing Together With Templates And Stencils

While Playing Together With Stringing Toys

While Playing Together With A Variety Of Toys

While playing in a pretend kitchen & playing with foods

Playing on Slides and Swings

The Stages of Play

25 Ways to Learn Language at Bath Time

While Coloring or Drawing Together

Peanut Butter Play dough

Reading

While Reading with your Child

Vocabulary

Developmental Vocabulary List

Ideas for Eliciting Grammar Forms and Sentence Structures

Strategies to Develop Vocabulary and Word Retrieval

Fun Ways to Strengthen Vocabulary

Early Vocabulary and Concepts