The Cow Says … Play-Doh is one of those go-to materials that you can use to target pretty much any speech and language goal—articulation, phonology, sound-letter correspondence, vocabulary, sequencing, following directives, fluency, wh- questions, pragmatics, conversational skills, or overall receptive and expressive language. This child was using Play-Doh to increase vocabulary and general ... Glimpses
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Glimpses   |   March 01, 2018
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The ASHA Leader, March 2018, Vol. 23, 10. doi:10.1044/leader.GL.23032018.10
The ASHA Leader, March 2018, Vol. 23, 10. doi:10.1044/leader.GL.23032018.10
Play-Doh is one of those go-to materials that you can use to target pretty much any speech and language goal—articulation, phonology, sound-letter correspondence, vocabulary, sequencing, following directives, fluency, wh- questions, pragmatics, conversational skills, or overall receptive and expressive language. This child was using Play-Doh to increase vocabulary and general knowledge by working to identify animals and their sounds. It’s a multisensory experience that’s super interactive and child-directed!
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We’re both originally from the New York area, earned our master’s degrees at New York University, and work for the New York City Department of Education. After going to school and working together, we decided the next natural step was to open our own private practice, More Than Words. Having the practice allows us the perfect opportunity to work with children of all ages. We enjoy using Instagram and social media to share our ideas and to interact with parents and other professionals in our field.
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