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The ASHA Leader, April 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22042017.22
The ASHA Leader, April 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22042017.22

“Consider the needs of your students here—do you have any students who might try to eat the items? Do you have any students who may struggle with a heavier weight of container?”

—SLP Natalie Snyders, in a post on her eponymous blog with how-to steps and tips for making sensory bins.

“Packing definitions with words they have not yet learned serves no purpose.”

—SLP Deena Seifert, in a post on her Communication APPtitude blog about how SLPs can “fit” vocabulary into a student’s world.

“What was your favorite part of the story?”

—The Teach Speech 365 blogger, in a post on her website about her go-to question to ask students after finishing a book used in treatment.

“When I talk to occupational therapists about strategies I can carry over into my room, it comes down to three things: fine motor/visual motor, sensory and activities of daily living.”

—SLP Jenn Alcorn, in a post on her Crazy Speech World blog about how to incorporate occupational therapy strategies in treatment.

“Alexa: Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?”

—SLP Daria O’Brien, in a post on her Speech Paths blog about ways to use the Amazon Echo Dot or similar products in speech-language treatment, including formulating questions, like this one referencing the SpongeBob SquarePants theme song.
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