G/r/eat Idea Pediatric SLP “Katie” from Playing With Words 365 was on a mission to get her young clients to practice their articulation together—enough to make a difference. So she was thrilled to stumble on a group game that does the job. She explains how the sand timer-based game works in her ... Blogjam
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The ASHA Leader, May 2014, Vol. 19, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ2.19052014.16
The ASHA Leader, May 2014, Vol. 19, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ2.19052014.16
Pediatric SLP “Katie” from Playing With Words 365 was on a mission to get her young clients to practice their articulation together—enough to make a difference. So she was thrilled to stumble on a group game that does the job. She explains how the sand timer-based game works in her “Tricks of the Trade” blog post.
“Years ago I was trying to figure out a way to get mass practice AND make sure I was working with each student in my group an equal amount of time. I had been using my sand timers in therapy forever to provide my kids with autism and other more severe disabilities with a visual for time, and it occurred to me that I could use my timers in articulation therapy to stay organized and get the kids to produce their targets many, many times.”
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